A 100K race is 62.14 miles.
100k (kilometers) is 62.14 miles.
100 kilometers = 62.1371192 miles
100 kilometers is 62.14 miles.
A hair over 62 miles.
Usually at 100K miles.on most cars its 100,000 miles
If you can try using Toyota oil. It is just right for 100K engines.
If you have 100k miles or more you should do it. 100k miles is usually a good mileage to do it on any car. For specifics you should call the dealership.
Yes, but the mileage for the powertrain warranty is reduced from 100k miles to 60k miles.
I was told by my mechanic to replace the timing belt once you've reached 100k miles. I was told by my mechanic to replace the timing belt once you've reached 100k miles.
On my VWs I change the OHC belt at 80K miles and retension every 15K miles on the older units. VW generally recommends 100K miles. On my VWs I change the OHC belt at 80K miles and retension every 15K miles on the older units. VW generally recommends 100K miles.
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under 100k 5w30 over 100k 10w30 they love valvoline just a lil endorsement since my 360 has 400k miles
100k miles or 80 if your conservative..
every 100k miles
A 100K race is over 62 miles. It is too long of a race for a child to run. Most children races are under 10k per race. If I child really trained over the years as an adult they might be able to accomplish 100K.
100K typically most of the year. 50K out of season. You maybe able to improve on the 100K to say 75 K
100k + if you maintain it, mine has 46k and is still strong.
First of all, i don't see why someone would by a nice car with 200K miles on it.It depends on how you take care of the car. If you do take care of it properly, it may last another 100K miles. If you don't take care of it properly, it may last 100 miles.
Many peope consider 100K + Although if regular oil changes were given since manufacture, and not many city stop starts are made, then 100K miles isn't too much to worry about.