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It is: LXVI = 66L is used to represent 50. So this would be 50+10+5+1 or 66.
wow that is a hard question
One kilometer is 0.621371 miles.
66 Liters = 17.43 gallons.
There is no such thing as a 6.5 duramax. The 6.5 diesel is not a duramax and the duramax is 6.6L. Mpg's always differ anyways, it depends on driving habits, maintenance upkeep, and miles on the truck. I get around 13mpg on average in the city and my truck has 220,000 miles on it.
I have a 2002 Duramax 80,000 miles I have a steady 16mpg to and from work about 20 miles, and on trips running cruise control at 73-74 I have a steady 18.5mpg. Not bad for a truck of its sizebut it could be better.
Around 750000 miles duramax is the best diesel and will last.
14.5 gallons in the UK or 17.4 gallons if you're the other side of the pond.
With proper preventative maintainance 500-700,000 miles.
The life expectancy of a 6.6L Duramax is 10 years and 350,000 miles. The life expectancy of a 6.7L Cummins is 11 years and 410,000 miles. The life expectancy of a 5.9L Cummins is 15 years and 500,000 miles!
5 year 100k miles for the engine 3 year 36,000 for whole vehicle
It all depends on how well it has been taken care of. I have seen them with more than 500,000 miles on them. Mine has 220,000 and is still running great.I'll give the 6.6L LML Duramax V8 a life span of 9 to 11 years with 200,000 to 275,000 miles.
9 and a half
It come standard with the duramax. The Allison is strong enough to handle the duramax