The answer depends on too many variables -- how many owners, whether the car was regularly serviced, climate of the area, what kind of gas was regularly used, what the car was used for...
Most cars, with decent care, can run for more than 100,000 miles and sometimes twice that.
I have a 95 Nissan 200sx and it is already over 220,000. Still runs good, had to have some minor repairs for oil leaking, but other then that, it's great.
My 96 200 SER has 394,000 and still runs EXCELLENT. With proper maint. They will go just like the energizer bunny !!
I believe it's about 70k or 75k. That's what I did on my 200 Xterra
200 kilometres = 124.27 miles
200 feet=0.0378787879 miles
200 km is about 124.3 miles.
200 km = 124.3 miles.
200 AU is 18,591,161,453 miles.
200 km = 124.27 miles
The 1996 Nissan 200 vehicle speed sensor can be found on the back of the transmission. The vehicle speed sensor will be in the upper left-hand corner of the transmission.
200 feet = 0.037 miles.
200 feet = 0.0378787879 miles
200 acres = 0.3125 square miles