Do you mean in its entire lifetime? My 87 Cabriolet has gone 210,000 miles without a major engine overhaul and still has its original transmission. I do take very good care of my vehicles but changing the oil every 3000 miles, replacing fluids, checking for worn parts and replacing them where needed. I have no doubt that it can go another 100,000 miles without the need to completely overhaul the engine. Take care of your cars from the beginning and they'll be good to you. My 88 Cab has 115,000 miles and hasn't needed any repairs beyond regular maintainance requirements. Only replaced parts are hoses, belts, etc that have to be changed after certain milage/time milestones as normal wear and tear.
20 thousand miles
12,000 to 15,000 miles is the average person but I'm not sure of the average American
The typical Audi A4 Cabriolet in perfect running condition can get very good gas mileage. The Audi A4 Cabriolet is rated for 27 highway miles per gallon and 21 city miles per gallon.
At an average 60 mph: 600 miles
10-14000 miles on average
That depends what your average speed is.
The average person drives 13,476 miles a year. 15,000 miles per year is average. (The abbreviation M.P.A. is sometimes used, Miles Per Annum.)
It depends on the speed that you can drive at. Time = Distance/Average speed
Me? 109 miles/27 = 4.037 gallons ============== That is an average.
44.14 mph on average.
If you drive at an average rate of 70 miles per hour then 931miles / 70miles / hour = 13.3 hours
It obviously depends on your average speed
That depends how fast you're driving, how many stops you make, and how many hours per day you drive. If you average 50 miles per hour, it will take 100 hours to drive 5,000 miles.
as far as I know..its around 40 miles daily..
However many miles away you are, that's how many minutes it is.
The average American family drives their car 15,000 miles per year. The more you drive your car, the more your insurance company will want to charge you.
65 miles per hour / 1 hour = 65 miles
596/s, where s is the average speed in m.p.h.
At an average 50 mph: 10 hours
At an average 60 mph: 5 hours
At an average 60 mph: 9 hours
At an average 52 mph: 10 hours
At an average 41 mph, one hour.