At about 51000 miles for 1.8 petrol
I believe all vauxhalls are recommended for a belt change at 40,000 miles.
vauxhall recommend 100,000 miles or ten years
Usually the cam belt should be changed every 60,000 miles
I Believe Its Around 48-52mpg. But Hey Im Only a Vauxhall Technician Not A Salesman That Would Know These Facts
about 34 around town that's what i get from mine if drove steady
About 8.5 miles per litre or 38 miles per gallon in real money. That's what I achieved in my 1995 X20XEV 2.0 16v ECOTEC average consumption figures over a distance of 20,000 miles
The Vauxhall Astra SRI possesses a two liter diesel engine with 158 bhp, offers a 59 miles per gallon fuel efficiency, has a 4 cylinder, four wheel drive engine, and can go from 0-60 mph in 8.5 seconds.
Every 100,000 k miles
100,000 miles on 1.7 dti or cdti engine
Just been to sort out when mine needs doing thourght it would be 60,000 miles but according to garage after they checked Vauxhall parts system they told me it should be every 40,000 miles. Mines now at 55,000 so booked it in for next week!
my miles this week is 68.3 how much would i cost the diesel price from shell is 136.9 can you help me please thank you
A 1990 F250 with a 7.3 liter diesel in it should get roughly 20 miles per gallon. This will decrease if you do not regularly have maintenance done on the truck though.
Vauxhall used to have 80,000 mile changes,but have revised that down to 40,000 for increased reliability.I believe this will apply to yours,although a quick call to your local vauxhall dealer would confirm.You should get it done for around
Vauxhall now recommend a change of cam belt every 40,000 miles or every 4 years. The used to say 80,000/8 years but they had too many failures. Have a kit fitted, this includes the tensioners.
how many miles to the gallon does a 1.8 petrol landrover freelander do?
i am getting 26 MPG but with big tires and 75 on the freeway
Puegeot say change it every 100k miles but leaving it this long is probably asking for trouble, for example vauxhall originally said on cavaliers etc change cambelt every 40k miles. when the vectra came out they up'd-it to 80k but soon dropped it back down to 40k when they realised that to many belts were failing before 80k. Dont leave it to 100k.
yes there should be..the timing belt change interval on a 1.9 cdti is (unbelieveably) 100,000 miles that's what the dealers state..yours has done less than half that so check it out....
It gets about 9 or 10 miles to the gallon in town or interstate!
I have a 1.9 liter volkswagon engine in my 2001 beetle , 52 miles per gallon , 680 miles per 13 gallon tank , wonderful
60k, 80k or 100k, depending on the engine type. Vauxhall have more than one 1.7 diesel engine. Phone a dealer, have the registration and chassis number to hand, and ask.
A 2008 Isuzu Elf averaged 15.2 miles per gallon. There are 3.78 liters in each gallon and 1.60934 kilometers in each mile. The Elf gets 6.47 kilometers per liter of diesel.
About 4.4 miles per liter.