The bus will use a total of 25 gallons The cars, assuming they get around 20 miles per gallon, The cars will use a total of 70 gallons. She drives like a brand new car if it wasn't for all the rattles and creaks. Fuel System, Gasoline — Storage — Tank Assembly These vehicles were constructed with welds in the rear compartment pan assembly that are not sufficient to comply with the requirements pertaining to fuel tank leakage in the event of a rear impact collision. Takes on the back roads really well, although the '96 Ford Ranger I had could take turns faster. I agree that it is pretty bad, but think of it this way: The average coach bus carries 55 passengers and also gets 4 miles per gallon Say you want to go on a 100 mile trip option 1: use bus 55 per vehicle , option 2: use carpool 4 per vehicle You will need 1 bus, … or 14 cars. I think the car is just drop dead gorgeous. Otherw … ise its time for a tuneup and new O2 sensor or new catalytic.
She's been in one accident but that was before I owned her. If it's non-turbo, 17 mpg city, 24 highway. They tend to have a few problems earlier on like water pumps and small stuff but its a great car, very reliable. It's fast, handles great, and in the 16 years of owning this vehicle I can say that I haven't had to do very many repairs to it, this has been one very reliable automobile for us. You should get 20+ mpg on the high-way 50mph,80kph.
Zero it at the next fill up then when you fill up again make note of the mileage. She's been through hell such as hail storms, tree branches, children throwing their frisbees at her, and many many burnt out lights. That's not nearly the right answer, locomotives run of the Main Generator and Traction motors, and the fuel is primarily used to power the Main Generator and Air compressor. You can put it in neutral while going down hill or even turn it off if you feel up to it. I have the V6 which has a lot of torque which really puts you back in the seat. The car is a blast to drive, though. The wagon has often made 22.
Fun For Price And Cheap Parts. Worst problem was when the heads went out, it was an expensive fix but sense then she's ran perfectly. For adult, Look for another car. When the tranny shifts right, it takes off. Unfortunately, the Quad4 has more hp. It has less then 200,000 km and still looks great.
The engine is kickass and she sounds boss. Brakes extremely well, of course it should seeing as how the brakes are all new. Now, yes, idle time, delays and heavy loads will play a key part in the readout of your monitor, but the locomotive may have sat in a service track for a week while at idle, this will burn tons of fuel, which is why newer locomotives are equipped with a shut of switch. Never had a car that was more fun to drive for an auto than this. It being an older car, there's the gas mileage factor; not so good. This is what makes charter buses so popular.
Not very smooth or comfy ride. The transmission needs to be rebuilt or replaced. It has new feet so maybe mileage will improve. It's slightly dated styling, but it all still flows gracefully. Seems that idle t … ime, delays enroute, heavy tonnage, etc. I just wish it was a stick. Sedan recently made more than 27 on a 500-mile round trip.
I have a 95 940 sedan. The body has 253,000 miles on it as of today, but the motor was rebuilt about 75,000 - 100,000 miles ago. Primary Use: Commuting to work Its A Vrey Good Dependable And Fun Car. My Nephew Loves It, It Goes Rrooooooo Lol — Could be faster but can't complain about gas mileage, it's still good. Good First Car To Start With. .
It is less stressful to participants and is up to 2. You'll end up spending more fixing the car than it was worth saving the money buying a cheaper car. So the front looks kinda funny even tho she's been repaired. I average around 20 mpg for mostly in city driving with a small amount of highway. Now take the miles and divide it by the gals pumped. The trunk leaks like a sift. Recently I drove a 600mi roundtrip with 5 people in the car 70-80 mph average , and I had an average of 26-28mpg.
Locomotives run of electricity that provides an electromagnetic field and forces the armature to turn within the traction motors. I've never gotten lower than 17 mpg when I was driving on very low tread tires with low oil and an exhaust leak. This can result in an increased risk of a vehicle fire in the event of a rear impact collision. If not then its probably the winter gas which always results in 10-15% lower mileage. . .