6 months almost exactly, 14000 miles or just a bit over. That is way faster than I wanted but hey, it works. Doing several Pittsburgh area to Boston area 1500 mile round trips a year will do that. Until buying the new car we did those in rentals, or if only one of us went, by flying. Now we're coming up on a second time where she will drive it alone on that trip.
If I take out the 3 long trips though (one was a little longer so I'd say so far those totaled over 5000 of the miles) it's still a bit more than our average has been. That will probably even out in a year but still it looks like we'll be well into the 20s at least for the first year. Our weekday commute drive will be cut to a little less than half, though, a few weeks from now, from 44 miles round trip per day to 20. With very little to add back onto that, over the course of a year that will cut over 6000 miles of driving, and because of the location may actually give us ways to save 10 or 15 more miles in the average week (another 500 in a year, so we might save close to 7000 miles annually). The old commute was highway driving though, pretty easy on the car generally, but it will feel better. The new drive route will be fast enough to cut the amount of drive time about in half as well.
So, like my last car, the subsequent years will probably have fewer miles racked up than the first.
Coming up on a year....boy time flies. Since I am retired I only drive her a couple times a week, groceries and golf. Just went past 7777km (4,821m), should have bought a lottery ticket.:laugh2: When I sold in my old 1997 Infinity I30 last year it only had 65,000 miles on it. Guess I will have my M3 for quite awhile.:smile2: