I think it's once every two years or 15,000 miles.
Trade it in for a Vette or something... You dont. And the 89' skylark gets WAY more than 7 miles to the gallon. I get about 20-23 in the city and 32 on the highway.
Probably around 16 mpg. I had a 1969 LeSabre once and the best I got out of it was 18.6 on the freeway.
You have driven 55.9234 miles.
Depends entirely on how it has been driven and serviced. With careful driving and frequent oil and trans fluid changes, I would not be surprised to see 250,000 miles.
I would go with the V6. I have a Skylark that I bought with the 3.1 when it had about 63,000 miles on it and I've found it to be very reliable. The only problem it has is with water getting into the front passenger section on the floorboard. I couldn't find a cure for it, so I'm in there changing towels every so often.
I owned this car is high school and the most I ever got per mile was 12 miles per gallon. City driving netted around 8 miles per gallon at best. This is not the best car if you are trying to conserve on gas.
If you drive for an hour, you have driven 45 miles. If you have driven for a longer or shorter time, you have driven more or less, respectively. You have to specify the amount of time to get the answer.
because there are faster.
The average number of miles driven in the state of Idaho is close to 15,000 miles per year. Almost everyone has a car in Idaho.
You can put roughly 150,000 to 200,000 miles on a Buick Century. The exact amount of miles varies depending on how the car is taken care of.
You might want to examin your proportioning valve
the car is new, and has not been driven, hence the distance. if it said 5 miles, it would mean that that car has driven 5 miles.
Miles driven times 40 miles driven x 57.5 cents per mile
14461.9 miles in a Nascar season.
230 miles per week
The 2009 Pontiac G5 gets 25 miles to a gallon when driven in the city and 37 miles to a gallon when driven on the highway. When averaged that is 30 to a gallon when driven on both the highway and in the city.
Around 15,000 miles per year in the U.S. is average.