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It was only just a few years ago that many drivers could not envision running their vehicle beyond the 200,000-mile mark. But with advancements in engine repair technology, rust prevention, lubricants, and more, today’s vehicles are becoming more reliable and durable. With proper care, almost any vehicle can drive well into the six-figure territory. That is good news for people who want to keep their cars longer.

Here is How you Do It:

  • Follow the Maintenance Schedule: Consult your owner’s manual as it spells out when to take care of every service for the life of your car, including routine oil and filter changes, tire rotations, and more major service such as timing-belt replacement. Depending on your driving habits, consider using the severe-use or extreme-use maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual. This could apply to people who do a lot of city driving; live in a very hot or cold climate, in mountain regions, or near the ocean; make a lot of short trips; tow a trailer; or drive in dusty conditions Many newer vehicles are equipped with sensors that take into account your mileage and driving habits to determine the optimum time for maintenance. They monitor the miles driven since the last service and record data, and then calculate and alert you when service is due. These sensors can even adjust the service intervals to compensate for the severity of use.
  • Don’t Buy Cheap: Trying to save a couple of bucks on inferior parts and fluids could cost you more in the long run, leading to expensive engine service, voiding your warranty, and diminishing long-term reliability. To be safe, use only parts and fluids meeting manufacturer specifications.
  • Stay Alert: Get in the habit of opening the hood to look, listen, and smell for anything unusual. Even if you follow the schedule, problems can still arise unexpectedly, due to climate, terrain, and other factors. On the road, listen for odd noises from your engine repair, suspension, and brakes, and have them checked out right away by a mechanic.
  • Keep it Clean: Washing and waxing can help preserve the paint and prevent rust, and vacuuming sand and dirt out of carpets and seats can minimize premature wear that leads to tears and holes. While you clean, you might spot small problems that you wouldn’t notice otherwise, such as scratches or loose or broken parts.

A Word to the Wise: Taking care of a minor repair early could reduce repair costs and increase long-term reliability. If you’ve neglected following your vehicle’s maintenance schedule up to this point, it’s not too late. Have a mechanic inspect your vehicle and take care of any apparent problems, no matter how minor.

If you’re worried about how many miles can an engine last, contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about engine repair and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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If you have neglected needed engine repair, you will find yourself asking your mechanic how many miles can an engine last for your vehicle. Call us today!
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2017

It was only just a few years ago that many drivers could not envision running their vehicle beyond the 200,000-mile mark. But with advancements in engine repair technology, rust prevention, lubricants, and more, today’s vehicles are becoming more reliable and durable. With proper care, almost any vehicle can drive well into the six-figure territory. That is good news for people who want to keep their cars longer.

Here is How you Do It:

  • Follow the Maintenance Schedule: Consult your owner’s manual as it spells out when to take care of every service for the life of your car, including routine oil and filter changes, tire rotations, and more major service such as timing-belt replacement. Depending on your driving habits, consider using the severe-use or extreme-use maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual. This could apply to people who do a lot of city driving; live in a very hot or cold climate, in mountain regions, or near the ocean; make a lot of short trips; tow a trailer; or drive in dusty conditions Many newer vehicles are equipped with sensors that take into account your mileage and driving habits to determine the optimum time for maintenance. They monitor the miles driven since the last service and record data, and then calculate and alert you when service is due. These sensors can even adjust the service intervals to compensate for the severity of use.
  • Don’t Buy Cheap: Trying to save a couple of bucks on inferior parts and fluids could cost you more in the long run, leading to expensive engine service, voiding your warranty, and diminishing long-term reliability. To be safe, use only parts and fluids meeting manufacturer specifications.
  • Stay Alert: Get in the habit of opening the hood to look, listen, and smell for anything unusual. Even if you follow the schedule, problems can still arise unexpectedly, due to climate, terrain, and other factors. On the road, listen for odd noises from your engine repair, suspension, and brakes, and have them checked out right away by a mechanic.
  • Keep it Clean: Washing and waxing can help preserve the paint and prevent rust, and vacuuming sand and dirt out of carpets and seats can minimize premature wear that leads to tears and holes. While you clean, you might spot small problems that you wouldn’t notice otherwise, such as scratches or loose or broken parts.

A Word to the Wise: Taking care of a minor repair early could reduce repair costs and increase long-term reliability. If you’ve neglected following your vehicle’s maintenance schedule up to this point, it’s not too late. Have a mechanic inspect your vehicle and take care of any apparent problems, no matter how minor.

If you’re worried about how many miles can an engine last, contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about engine repair and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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