2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
|4.2 gal/100 mi|
- 1 Are Chevy Cavaliers good on gas?
- 2 How long do Chevy Cavaliers last?
- 3 Are Chevy Cavaliers reliable cars?
- 4 How many miles per gallon does a 2002 Chevy Cavalier get?
- 5 How many gallons of gas does a 2001 Camaro hold?
- 6 How many gallons of gas is $20?
- 7 How much does a gallon of gas last?
- 8 How much money do you save with better gas mileage?
Are Chevy Cavaliers good on gas?
Cavaliers should have an oil change every 3,000 miles. Use the level of fuel octane recommended in the owner’s manual. Chevrolet Cavaliers operate well on regular unleaded fuel (87 octane) when they are tuned up and running properly.
How long do Chevy Cavaliers last?
So I would say with good care you should see between 200 000 to 325 000 (MILES not KMS).
Are Chevy Cavaliers reliable cars?
Absolutely the most reliable car I have ever had. Bought the car with 118,000 miles on it and drove it to well over 200,000 miles. Thankful for this car and how reliable it was. Defiantly recommend this vehicle especially for young teens whom need a small caras their first vehicle.
How many miles per gallon does a 2002 Chevy Cavalier get?
The take hold 16 3/4 gallons when empty, but the tank float has a variation reading of 1 to 3 gallon reserve. Your driving habits can make a big difference on your miles per gallon driven.
How many gallons of gas does a 2001 Camaro hold?
The owners manual states an “approx.” capacity of 18.5 gallons.
How many gallons of gas is $20?
So, $20 buys 5.9 gallons of gasoline.
How much does a gallon of gas last?
To figure the gas mileage, you would need to determine how many miles you traveled on 1 gallon of gas. You would need to divide 1000 miles by 50 gallons of gas. That would equal 20; therefore, you traveled 20 miles for every 1 gallon of gas. Your gas mileage would be 20 mpg (miles per gallon).
How much money do you save with better gas mileage?
Improved fuel economy saves you money every time you fill up! A vehicle that gets 30 MPG will cost you $795 less to fuel each year than one that gets 20 MPG (assuming 15,000 miles of driving annually and a fuel cost of $3.18). Over a period of 5 years, the 30-MPG vehicle will save you $3,975.