Which is the best car for 100, 000 miles?
The Toyota Corolla has the lowest maintenance costs to 100,000 miles. Having two years of free maintenance keeps costs down. Crossover SUVs like the Honda CR-V cost slightly less to maintain than a midsize sedan. Ford’s costs are slightly higher due to its shorter maintenance intervals and additional inspections.
What’s the cost of a 100, 000 mile warranty?
When it comes to warranties, Chevrolet turns out to be the automaker that goes the extra miles. The drivetrain warranties by Ford, Honda, Nissan and Toyota stop at the 60,000-mile mark, while Chevy goes to 100,000. Of course, the cost of maintenance and repairs are only two factors in judging a car’s True Cost to Own (TCO ®).
What’s the average gas mileage for a 30’coach?
I’ve seen MPG range of 6.8 on first tank run through new 30′ coach to a high of 8.0 on one tank while not towing 4700 # GMC behind us. Overall, I’m recording an average of 7.5 MPG over about 3200 miles. 69,000 miles, flat lands, mountains, towing and not towing, average 7.5mpg. 34′ Class A with either a Jeep or a Honda CRV toad.
What kind of truck can run for 300, 000 miles?
The Tundra is the brand’s full-size hauler, with 2.9 percent of them on the road still running after posting better than 200,000 miles, and 0.2 percent at 300,000 or more miles. 10. Honda Ridgeline The third of three pickup trucks noted to run for 200,000 or more miles isn’t really a truck in some respects.
What happens at 100, 000 miles on a truck?
A generation ago, logging 100,000 miles on a car or truck meant that it didn’t have much time left on the road. Electronics and suspension components would wear out first.
Can a car run for 200, 000 miles?
200,000 miles. While leasing a new vehicle for two or three years now accounts for about a third of all transactions, it’s not for everyone.
How many miles is too many for a Chevy Silverado?
If it’s 4wd you need to check the transfer case out, somewhere about ’06 GM finally corrected a problem that had plagued the 01 onward pickups. I sold my last Duramax with 425,000 miles on it and got nearly $4k for it, so if it’s a Duramax/Allison you’re in good shape at $6K.