Kilometers are used in the metric system. 155 kilometers converted into US Miles is 96.3125 in the Imperial system of measurement.
155k is short for 155,000 miles.
155 km = 96.31 miles
9.4 years old with 155k miles
Bought used Maxima 2004 for 7k at 150k miles....it is over 155k miles as of feb 2013.....appreciate the owners who took care of the car and the car's running smooth....no problems as of now..
call me lucky, im at 155K on stock block with out any hint of crankwalk(yet :( ) but i dont rag my car from constant racing either, its all in how you take care of it like everything else.
Check thermostat first
however long the transmission lasts..... mine has 155k miles on it and the tranny went.... 4k to replace it = bye bye tl ..... i will NEVER own another acura..
165k = 165,000
is it safe to drive from new orleans to fort lauderdale in a 1999 ford taurus with 155k miles <><><><> Impossible to answer without knowing the condition of the car, and how well it has been maintained.
That's a tough call. I could imagine a nice pristine '94 with an asking price of 4k, and I can see someone buying it for that or more. Book prices are only guides. It's really market and demand driven, so it could vary wildly. I just bought a '95 with 155k miles on it and was happy to get it for $2,500. 155k miles is nothing for this particular engine. My '94 base-line model has just short of 400k miles and the engine has never been opened up and it still runs like the day I bought it new and easily gets into the 40+ mpg range @ 55mph. Google the 1.9L and you'll find it to be one of the most durable engines ever produced. They were poured at Fords' Dearborn plant.
150,000 km (by the book it's actually 155K, but you don't want to wait too long - if it breaks you're hooped).
Starting problem.1992 300d 205 Mercedes som time after driving long or short need jump not all the time.battery is good .alternator is working
The answer is how many miles from WHERE?