Dear God. You are living on borrowed time with that car buddy. You must have made a deal with the devil to get that car to 236000 miles.
With proper maintenance, I have owned vehicles with over 300,000 miles. 236,000 highway miles is nothing with today's cars if they are maintained well. When you get in the car, put the key in the ignition and turn it and nothing happens.....that's a good time to retire your vehicle.
I have a 1987 t6000 and it wont die I stop changing oil a few years back and that wont kill it
In my experience burning out alternators on a Pontiac and an Oldsmobile, you can get about 100,000 miles out of it before expecting to replace the alternator.
If you are talk about a 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix it will get about 34 miles per gallon. If it a 2007 Pontiac Aztek it only gets about 26 miles per gallon.
On average a 1995 Pontiac Sunfire will get about 36 miles per gallon of fuel.
If you perform regular maintenance and change the oil religiously every 3000-5000 miles, lots!My '96 was apparently well taken care of before I bought her. Right now, there are 215,000 miles on the odometer and she still runs fine. I'm averaging about 28 miles per gallon.
It is 1,694 miles according to Google Maps.
about 20 miles per gallon
It is 294 miles according to Google Maps.
Well if its in 2002 Pontiac am GT then it will probably go 2002 miles. Wasn't that easy!? Of coarse this answer ain't right but oh well! LOL!
Go to the Pontiac dealership before it closes for good!!
normally 50 to 60 miles per galon
Detroit to Pontiac Michigan is 34 min (31.2 mi) via I-75 N
I get close to 325 miles about 25-27 miles to gallon
mine has ove 113000 miles on it and is still goin strong
I have 150k miles on mine and it is still working like the day i bought it
if taken care of properly,all fluids, including supercharger oil(gm s/c oil, every 30,000 miles). my last one had 245000 miles before engine died.
average life of a 3.1 v6 with proper oil changes and tuneups lasts about 160,000 miles according to common reviews on engine life
108 miles per hour.
The Pontiac G8 has been recorded by the EPA to have a gas mileage of 18 miles per gallon. This is based on an average of 15 miles per gallon in traffic areas and 24 miles per gallon in highway areas.
A 2006 Pontiac Torrent automobile is rated for 24 miles per gallon for highway driving and 19 miles per gallon for city driving. The annual fuel cost for this vehicle is estimated at approximately $1,500.
The 1991 Pontiac Grand Am gets 19 miles per gallon in the city, and 30 miles per gallon on the highway. It can hold up to 13.6 gallons of gas.
The 2009 Pontiac G5 gets 25 miles to a gallon when driven in the city and 37 miles to a gallon when driven on the highway. When averaged that is 30 to a gallon when driven on both the highway and in the city.
The Pontiac Sunbird, described as an economy car, averages about 23 to 25 miles per gallon in the city. Highway driving increases the gas miles per gallon to between 30 - 35.
18-29 miles per gallon