What is everyone's opinion on what low mileage means? I am speaking in terms of gasoline powered trucks. I am thinking of buying a newer truck. I have a 92' f250 with a 460 that has been a terrific truck and still is but It is a long bed 2wd I used for camping and hauling trailers long distance when I was younger. I bought it with 70k on it and put another 150k on the odometer. Only thing I've ever had to replace is a waterpump plus the basics every vehicle requires. I am wanting to move up to a 4wd truck for winter use and pulling a smaller trailers. I see pickups listed everywhere (at dealers and on Craigslist) that say in bold letters "low mileage" and then when I look at them or inquire about them they have 100k or more on the clock. This is mind boggling to me. I have been looking at 2004 and up Chevys and Fords. To me 100,000 miles is not a low mileage vehicle especially on one that is less than 10yrs old. Sure, 100k might not be a lot of miles on a 20yr old vehicle in respect to its age but that is still not low mileage. I can't get over how much these "low mileage" trucks are going for! I stopped and looked at a 2006 Silverado today at a GM dealer and on the window it said "low, low miles". The price was a little high but I figured since it has low miles the price wasn't too bad. I get looking at it and it has 118k on the clock. I asked the salesman, "I though this is a low mileage truck?" In which he replied, "it is". Apparently I live in a different dimension then everyone else I guess.