I have a 99 zx2 and I have put 166,000 miles on it and it is still going strong. I wasn't the best at keeping up on service, so if you are then you have a lot of life left in your car. Change your tranny fluid and filter as well and you will be fine.AnswerThere are many variables to this question. Assuming that the car sees it's recommended maintainance it should be good for 200,000+ miles. I have a '98 ZX2 with a 5-speed. It now has 154,453 miles on it and I expect many more. AnswerI have a 1998 zx2 with an automatic transmission that has 178,000 miles on it and besides some minor problems, it's working fine. AnswerNo reason you can't get at least 300,000 miles if you take care of it. Although "taking care of it" is very relative. Answerdepending on the model you have its not uncommon to get 250k-300k on the zx2s. note that the transmossion on the autos may verry well need replacing at 140k or so, and replacing it with a slightly better production Mazda tranny is a good idea (the stock Ford auto trannys are rated for 105 WHP, where the Mazda can hold up for 132 WHP or so.)
200k to 300k depending whether or not it has been driven hard. Expect to R and R the brakes, tires, belts and battery every 60k.
If it's a 1.8TD then about 30 miles
35 Miles per gallon.
On my 2000 zx2 with 125,000 miles I get about 27 in town and 30 on the highway.
well i am gettin about 50 -60 miles outta mine
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( 12.8 U.S. gallons ) in the 2001 Ford Escort models
According to a website I was looking at : For a 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 , 2.0 liter : ( 22 city / 30 highway miles per U.S. gallon , auto and 5 speed manual )
Who knows?? Most of them are still on the road. A fabulous little car!!
98 Ford Escort gas tank holds 12.5 gallons.
According to a website I was looking at : For a 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 , 2.0 liter DOHC four cylinder engine : ( 22 city / 30 highway / miles per U.S. gallon / auto and manual trans )
None.Ford stopped producing the Escort line of cars in 2003.
i usually will not do a tranny flush with over 100000 miles on a vehicle. if over that many miles, have a transmission specialist inspect your vehicle.
120,000 miles , inspect and replace if necessary ( but I see another person has answered that their belt broke at 110,000 miles )
It depends on the regular maintained and driving habits... I had a 1998 Ford Expedition XLT 4.6L. With over 125,000 miles on it and running strong... My brother has a 2000 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 5.4L that has over 225,000 + plus miles on his...
it has 4 cylinders
Both the 2.0 liter SOHC and 2.0 liter DOHC engines in a 2001 Ford Escort have ( 4 cylinder engines )