i heard only till 90,000 to 110,000 miles at the most
The goal is typically to make a million miles before needing an engine overhaul. However, after being overhauled multiple times, some trucks have logged multiple millions of miles.
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
Most gas engine cars can easily reach 200k+ miles if properly maintaned before needing major reconditioning. Diesel engine cars can probably double that, the motor anyway.
Depends on which engine/transmission it has installed which you failed to list.
It depends on the miles( highway vs. city), how well its maintained and driven. Most vehicles should last (engine)175,000 - 250,000 miles before needing rebuild. The transmission(automatic) 100,000-150,000.
While the age depends on how well the truck has been maintained, Toyota trucks can often go for 250,000 miles before needing a new engine.
a million miles
Depending on the year Metros usually lasted between 180,000 miles and 250,000 miles. 1989 - 1997 metros usually go up to 180,000 before needing major repair. 1998 - 2001 were not as good and usually went up to 130,000 before needing work done. It all depends how the car was treated. They are good cars for the price.
The average Toyota Sienna gets just under 100,000 miles. It typically will receive around 97,000 miles before needing major repairs.
Depends on how you take care of it. Most I have heard is 300k.
I have a friend with 170,000 miles and he still drives it daily, I have another friend replacing his engine at 50,000 miles.
At least 200,000 miles.
mine has ove 113000 miles on it and is still goin strong
70,000-80,000 miles would be considered high as in possible engine work needing to be done soon, ie cam chain
the miles per gallon would depend on if the car has a v6 engine or a v8 engine...and also if its an automatic transmission or manual transmission..but most of all it would depend on you drive it, weither you take off with your foot to the floor or not..i have an older v6 camaro..automatic...an it averages 18 mpg in town and around 22 to 26 on the highway...depending on how i drive it....an i would assume that a 2000 firebird should get somewhere close to that.
With proper maintenance I see them in the 250,000-300,000 mile range regularly.
go to kbb.com and put in your vehicle info
The manufacture recommends replacement at 120,000 miles. This is NOT and interference engine, so no damage will occur if it breaks, other than being stranded and needing a tow. So rest easy, you have 30,000 miles left before replacement is necessary.
I have 250,000 and still running.
175,000 miles before major repairs.
According to the Gates website ( 120,000 miles )
Yes, they are. In fact they are fantastic swimmers. An adult tiger can swim 6 kilometres (over 3 and a half miles) before needing to rest.
The answer depends on your walking speed, and how long you could go without needing to stop for rest and how long before your feet blistered!