When you trade in a car, you're selling it - to the dealer. Selling the same car privately will ALWAYS generate more money for the seller than a trade in, but it's also more work. In a trade-in, a dealership offers less in order to make money when they sell it. They know that, to many people, the time savings and reduced hassle are worth more than the extra money they could get if they sold their car privately. Go to www.kbb.com (Kelly Blue Book) or www.nada.com (The Blue Book that banks usually use) to get the market value of a sell. As to which is better for you - more money, or more time and less hassle - that's a personal decision that only you can make once you have both the Blue Book value and the dealer's offer in front of you. (By the way, this is true of all cars, not just bimmers.)
High mileage is a term to describe running shoes. The support in these shoes is designed for long distance running. A hiking shoe would be a better shoe for hiking.
Probably the best way to get better fuel mileage would be to get a tuner for it.
i honestly think that a charter bus has better gas mileage than a regular school bus a lot better gas mileage if i were to really answer this i would say yes a charter bus does have good gas mileage= ]
In terms of preventing injury, running on a treadmill is better. Road running has a tendency to destroy a lot of peoples knees which causes them to never be able to run again. Running on a treadmill would be better for training if that is available to you.
If you are purchasing a new 08 Caravan, the smaller engine will be better on gas mileage.
did it change for the better or worse? if it changed for the better it could of been bad.
No it will not give you better performance or increase gas mileage. Gas mileage and performance will decrease only if you use it. leaving it off is like not having it at all.
A free flow muffler can improve mileage but by not by much. It would take a long time to recoup the cost of a new muffler.
That would depend upon the lending terms in the purchase contract, and in some US states the consumer law relating to the matter
i found with mine, that if you used 91 octane you get worse gas mileage than with 87, you also have to remember the KZ models are old and when they were running the streets the most common gas was 87 octane 91 was pretty much race fuel. so if you want better mileage i would probably go with 87.
Running rough? Hard starting? reduced fuel economy? Recommended mileage from owner's manual?
i header is much better than a manifold better it will give you increased air flow horse power and gas mileage
Could be a clogged catalytic converter, if you are also getting wose gas mileage, and it sort of smells like raw eggs. Otherwise, I would get a fuel injector cleaning, and try switching to a better octane at the pump.
They get slightly better city mileage then conventional cars. They would help reduce foreign oil dependence if people drove them.
While they are not necessarily better, they do have pros such as greatly improved gas mileage, and lower efficiency. I would contact a dealership for more information.
Nothing would happen. You would just be wasting your money. It would have no more power, and would get no better mileage.
The size of the gas tank generally has relatively little impact on gas mileage in most vehicles. To the extent that it does, the smaller the better (a larger tank weighs more and therefore requires more energy to move).
Yes, the Cadillac STS will get good gas mileage on the highway. It does however have a reputation for unreliability so another more reliable car would be a better choice.
Off for better gas milage , hwy or city for that matter
It depends on what you would like it for.. If you would like it for running then a boxer is the way to go :)
with the housing market in shambles - your best bet would be from family
This can be a tricky situation. Did you give the buyer a receipt for the down payment stating it would not be returned if they backed out of the deal? If not, then you may have to give it back. Did you hold the car for them, and in the process miss a sale due to this? Here is what I would do. If you ended up selling the car anyway, I would return their down payment.
my is 180 000 KM and still running a top. I would think around 200 000 km
That depends if its a v8 it would be most likely to be bad on gas v6 is a lot better on gas mileage.
The best place to get better tracking on running shoes would be to add extra padding to the shoes. You can go to the shoe stores and have your tracking shoes added with more sole of the shoes which is worth it.