People looking to buy used cars will normally base a part of their decision on the mileage of the vehicle, it has been reported.
According to EurotaxGlass, a car with 40,000 miles on the clock will take more than one with 50,000, regardless of age, make or model.
Managing editor at the firm Adrian Rushmore commented that people are less likely to pick up a vehicle once it passes 60,000.
He added that people attach a significant amount of importance to the experience of their vehicles.
"There remains an additional stigma attached to a used car with more than 100,000 miles and many owners avoid passing through this psychological barrier during their period of ownership for fear of instant devaluation," he said.
EurotaxGlass has more than 70 years of experience in the industry and is Europe’s top supplier of automotive business, according to its company website.