Well I just hit 285,000 Miles on my Saturn SL1... That's with the original Engine and Transmission. Changed the OIL every 3,000 miles and the Transmission was changed every 50,000 miles. Just put some new COOPER tires on it. Still runs like new......
450,000 miles on the original engine.
I drove my 1995 Saturn sl2 until it had 263,000 miles on it. At that time, the transmission started to slip. I then gave it to a friend, to buy a newer Saturn sl1.
It should last the life of the engine. Which should be over 300,000 miles.It should last the life of the engine. Which should be over 300,000 miles.
It has a chain that should last the life of the engine.
No, the 2005 Honda Accord 2.4 L 4-cylinder uses a chain and does not use a belt. The chain is designed to last the life of the engine and is normally replaced during a complete engine rebuild. The Honda V6 however does still have a belt that must be replaced every 110,000 miles.
I got 36 last fill up.
with proper maintenance over 200k miles.
It must be changed every 100,000 miles. WARNING: This is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks you will have engine damage. Also replace the water pump at the same time the belt is replaced as it is driven by the cam belt. This will save you money as the pump will not last 200,000 miles.
Mobile 1 engine oil can last up to 15,000 miles. However, it is recommended that the oil is changed every 3,000 miles.
I have a goped gsr40 all modded out with a bigger engine 49 cc and I want to know how many miles these engines usually last
Should last the life of the engine and be replaced when the engine is overhauled.
Any engine will last several hundred thousand miles given proper care (tune ups, oil changes, etc).
The V6 L series engine uses a timing belt, which must be replaced every 100,000 miles. The 4 cylinder Saturn engines use a timing chain that typically does not need replacement until you have a reason to remove the cylinder head.
i have a 1997 Saturn sc2 410xxx miles my friend is at 560xxx on his sl1 if you treat a Saturn well it will last a lifetime if you don't you will cry
How well do you maintain it? The Saturn engine is well engineered and is capable of running several hundred thousand miles if you keep the fluids full and change the lubricant at the proper intervals using a high quality oil. Most machine shops will recommend full synthetic if you want an engine to last. But it's up to the owner.
It all depends on how well the vehicle was maintained. With proper oil changes, and if the vehicle is driven SANELY, a Saturn can last for well over 200,000 miles, and even as far as 300,000 or more.
Possible vacuum leak. Also replace the plugs and plug wires if you have not done so in the last 75,000 miles.
If the head(s) were checked and had no cracks and the coolant never mixed with the motor oil it could last for many miles depending on how many miles allready on the engine.
definetly, bought a nissan sentra for my son, has 280 thousand miles on it, as long as you take care of the engine it will last. Engine is wonderful. runs superbly
The amount of miles that a Honda Element will last will vary from vehicle to vehicle. The wear and tear on the vehicle plays a role in the amount of miles the engine can take. Many vehicles last well over 200,000 miles.
There is no way of saying for sure. As long as the engine never overheats and you change the coolant every 50,000 miles it should last the life of the engine.
The Mercedes petrol engine will last about 300,000-400,000 miles. If the factory maintenance schedule is strictly complied with.
No way! Honda engines can last up to 300,000 miles - engine and transmission. Unless the engine check light is on or if it's running badly, there's no problem.