No, If it runs good just drive it; spend the money on something you need.
The Chevrolet Cavalier low gas warning light goes on when there is 1.5 gallons of gas left. The average Cavalier can go approximately 40 miles.
Typically about 80-90 thousand miles
1.5 gallons, enough to drive 45 miles highway or 30 city. Don't forget to fill up! ~Owner of a 2001 Chevy cavalier
I recently porchased an 04 cavalier with the 2.2 ecotec engine. It gives me around 360 miles on a full tank but thats really pushing it
every two too three thousand miles depending on how hard you drive the car.
the motor if its over 200 thousand miles use 20/50 motor oil
18 mpg city
Its not a matter of miles but how many times u use your brakes...i can drive a hndred thousand clicks without touching the brakes and the pads would be fine...
Every three years or 50,000 miles.
20 thousand miles
my '96 cavalier sedan (233,000 miles) gets about 450 miles per tank if i run it completely empty, averaging 30 mpg.
I have a 99 cav and it get 28 1/2 miles to the gallon
The expected fuel economy on a manual transmission 1995 Chevy Cavalier is an average of 26 miles per gallon. In the city, you can expect 22 miles per gallon, while averaging 33 miles per gallon on the highway.
Yeah depending on the price id buy it
to be honest a well maintained car will run forever my grand mother still has her 57 Chevy she bought new in 58.
23 City 32 Highway 27 combined http://www.aboutautomobile.com/Fuel/1991/Chevrolet/Cavalier
The transmission fluid capacity, in your 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier, is 12 quarts. It is recommended to change the transmission fluid every 30,000 miles.
25 miles...but i wouldn't push it
They will drive nearly ten thousand miles.
If your talking about Thousand Oaks, CA, then it is only about 56 miles.
about three hundred thousand miles. if properly maintained.
About a thousand miles, give or take. Takes about 15 hours to drive.