Q: There is no mileage discrepancy currently indicated by the National Mileage Register can I please have the mileages you hold?

A: No unfortunately in order to protect the database, mileages can only be disclosed on discrepant vehicles. If we were to supply mileages they could be used by unscrupulous ’seller’ to clock a vehicle..

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  1. Posted April 24, 2011 at 9:00 am | Permalink

    hi had this car HG54EBF for three weeks mileage [61066] looks reasonable but on general servicing myself engine seems to have done a lot more would appriciate an oppinion…..many thanks S.G

  2. Posted April 26, 2011 at 9:43 am | Permalink

    Hi Stephen,
    Since you have not performed a Cartell Car Check on this vehicle we cannot provide specific advice. I see that the car was first registered in late 2004. For a six year old diesel car we would predict that the odometer should be approaching 90,000 miles. It’s quite possible that the previous owner did not drive much, however, there are several previous owners on this car so this scenario is less likely. I would certainly check the service history and verify it with each garage that stamped the book. In addition you might ring Peugeot to see if they have any information on their systems that may help. Getting the car looked at either by a Peugeot garage or an engineer may provide expert opinion and advice. Obviously the person that sold the car should be of assistance, but, if you have bought it privately you may find that avenue difficult.