2011 Honda Civic was able to cover 804,672 km without major repairsMarch 9, 2020
On the YouTube channel of the owner of the 2011 Japanese Honda Civic sedan, the moment is shown as the odometer readings go over 500,000 miles or 804,672 km.
A video discovered on Youtube, in which the owner of the 2011 Honda Civic shows the 804,672 km mark on the odometer of his car, simply could not be ignored. In a conversation with this guy, he managed to find out that the car was able to overcome such a huge distance without any problems, at least with regard to the engine and gearbox.
This instance of the Civic, which is an eighth-generation four-door sedan in the LX configuration, built at the Japanese company’s factory in Canada (probably similar to the one in the photos below), was acquired by the current owner in 2015 with a range of 51,499 kilometers on the odometer .
According to the current owner of this car, it drains and fills coolant and transmission fluid every 64,373 km. An oil change is made every 16 093 – 19 312 kilometers.
The video shows a very significant moment both for the owner of the Japanese car and for the car itself – the value on the odometer crossed the mark of 500,000 miles or 804,672 km.
This suggests that with proper care and maintenance, a car can travel a huge number of kilometers and serve its owner for many years. In this case, you do not need to resort to such procedures as overhaul of the engine and transmission or even to completely replace them.
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