How do I rate my car?
It is mostly about whether a car lives up to its expectations. It is about the price/performance ratio. A Ferrari does not by definition get 10 out of 10 for the engine, because the buyer expects a powerful engine. Each mark higher than 6 out of 10 will be given for anything that scores higher than expected. A car that scores 10 out of 10 has the torque of a tank, the acceleration of a Formula 1 car and the fuel consumption of a pedal bike for the price of a pint of milk.
Why do you want to know the mileage?
This way it can be determined whether a car was sold as a new or used car. The mileage and the number of years in ownership together form the criteria for the valuation and reliability.
When was my car built?
This is the year in which the car was first registered. The question is in fact for the first-in-use-year, but that is such an odd word.
My brand is not in the list
A number of exclusive brands have intentionally been left out because the number of entries would be so low that the average would not represent a reliable picture. However, do feel free to prove the contrary by mailing a suggestion for a particular make.