it depends how old the car is. It's quite a lot but not unusual especially on a diesel car as these tend to be owned by people who do high mileage (20,000 miles a year or more probably).
NO. For a diesel this is very low mileage.
40 000 kilometers
The 2014 Chevrolet Cruze is available in a diesel engine. It can achieve an estimated 46 miles per gallon and a range of 700 miles on the highway. It is the first clean diesel car from an American automaker.
bad..but it depends on how old the car is. If its 10 years old and its a diesel then it should be fine.
Answer It's about 156 miles. The distance from Albany, NY to New York, NY is 155 miles. It is 150.95 miles according to MapQuest.
If you fill a gasoline engine with diesel, you will normally be able to start the car and drive a few miles, but after a short amount of time the car will die out. There will likely be no permanent damage to the car. If it was gasoline in a diesel motor, it would be much worse.
250,000 miles is a lot for any car. The car may have had a new engine put in and all of those miles may not be from the current engine. If the car was cared for and had all of the suggested routine maintenance done then it may hold up for a while but yes, that is a lot of miles for a 2004 Impala or any car.
The first car was on diesel.
Dependent on which year the car is produced, but on the newer diesel car's from BMW the service interval is approximately 30 000 km, but it can change depending on your style of driving the car. The speedometer/odometer gives you information about when and what you should service.
It should be diesel fuel in a diesel car - in the US and Europe, that will be #2 Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel.