What is the lifespan of a 2020 Toyota Corolla with 3k miles?
Will it still be working fine in 2033?
- Anonymous1 month ago
Most cars if taken care of properly can last well past 100,000 miles. But in most cases when you surpass that 100,000-mile mark you will find it is in the shop more frequently. My first Vehicle was a 2000 Pontiac.
My parents bought me it when I was 17. For about $2600. It had 130,000 miles on it. Had I not wrecked it 5 years later (Wasn't my fault) I would more than likely still be driving her now.
However, it was in the shop quite frequently.
- Terrence BLv 71 month ago
If cared for and based on the Corolla's track record (provided it's not wrecked), it will likely be still on the road in 2043.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Depends on the driver and his treatment of his "animal".
(You might have noticed that cars were named after animals (Mustang,Maverick, Pinto,Hornet, Barracuda,Beetle,Dog,Slug,etc)
. I can, because I know how to - kill it before it makes 3100.
. Or can, probably take it to 250K
It is no different than owning a PET. Treat it good and it will give you a long life. Treat it badly it can die tomorrow.
- CactiJoeLv 61 month ago
Might last a lifetime if you show it some love and stay on top of the scheduled maintenance and repairs. Changing fluids on a regular basis is the best way to keep an engine and transmission lasting 20-30+ years. Most people unload their cars for cosmetic reasons and not mechanical reasons.
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- Trump 2020Lv 71 month ago
With regular scheduled services, It will go longer than THAT.
- The DevilLv 71 month ago
I had a 1986 Corolla last 24 years. I have a 1998 Corolla going strong at 22 years and a 2010 Corolla that's almost like new.. 13 years is just a sprint for a Corolla.
- KherovaLv 71 month ago
Obviously that depends. If you drive 90,000 miles a year, don't service it, and treat it poorly, it may last only a year or so. If you drive it modestly and get routine service, it will probably last longer than that.
- RonLv 71 month ago
Really. A lousy 13 years?
- .Lv 71 month ago
With proper maintenance and care, certainly at least twenty years. My 19 year old son is driving a 2001 Chrysler Sebring.
- spacemissingLv 71 month ago
Only by trying to keep it going will you ever know.
My 1991 F-150 is still doing well.