The city mpg does not quite meet the 31mpg noted in the spec sheet, but does drive on electric alone for a few miles. How do I return my old hybrid battery? The battery never seems to charge all the way. As soon as we receive your core battery, we will refund the core deposit back to you. We've got 95,000 miles on it now. I can notice this mpg decrease in my everyday driving. The car has 95,000 miles on it but has had the inverter recall, water pump, and timing chain done at 88,000 miles along with other regular servicing through the years. Once we receive your old battery, we will refund the core deposit back to you.
I have done the following to try and improve the mileage: Increased tire pressure Oil changes New tires Fuel injector cleaning Replaced air filter Checked the spark plugs Used Chevron instead of Costco gas Took it to the dealer to have the battery checked out Has anyone else had the same or similar problem? The salesman at the dealership tells me that there is nothing to do other than put gas in it at this point. Many Toyota and independents can perform this for way less than the Lexus dealerships. It is a one-owner car and appears to have been well cared for. I wanted comfort and good gas mileage. Let Greentec Auto make it simple to return your core to us, ask about our reduced return shipping rates. At 120K spark plugs are usually changed so that is the next major service outside of your current 95K.
Could the battery converter causing this problem? I'd love to hear from any 400h owners who have logged well over 100k. He then sold it to me at 178k miles. The climate control system should be easier to set besides going into the multi-purpose screen! This offer is good for the entire continental United States. I've had several Toyotas in the last 35 years, and many of them develop annoying electrical issues around the 100k mark, and with Lexus, that seems like it may get expensive. Yes, I know, I drive a lot, which is why I bought this particular car.
It is possible that the hybrid system will shut down while the vehicle is being driven, causing the vehicle to stall unexpectedly, increasing the risk of a crash. Any suggestions about what caused the mileage to degrade? The only drawback is the fuel economy is more like 20-22 mpg vs. Last week, I opened the hybrid battery and tested all cells. Shipping: The cost of shipping to you is included with your purchase. Went on a very long - 4,000 mile - journey for graduation two weeks ago.
I'm seeking a smoother ride. All my service is done at Lexus. After nearly 1800 miles and two months later, this car performs as advertised. It's held it's value well and never given me any trouble. Original rotors from 2007 and I just replaced the rears about a month ago.
In evey non-hybrid car I've had, the mpg rate would always increase with highway driving. You have no alternator in this vehicle and the rear lights are led. Brake pads usually replace every 80,000 or more miles. The head airbags were crucial in me not being dead or severely brain damaged. The typical thing is to bounce the corner of the car and see how many times it takes to stop bouncing, over three is too much. So, when it came time to replace my vehicle I decided on another.
I'd like to get 2-3 years out of it before I trade off again. Sounds good but a bit unrealistic. Turns out all cells are fine. At 125 k the spark plugs are due. I found something online about the rear brakes causing drag and degrading the mileage on a Prius. I do about 10k miles per year so I may only rack up 20-30k before moving on.
If this occurs, various warning lamps, including the malfunction indicator lamp, slip indicator light, brake system warning light, and master warning light, will be illuminated on the instrument panel. I bought the car from a sketchy guy, but the car was clean and i believed 178k miles sounded right. I have had the car for a year now but my highway mileage is actually better than in town driving. At 125 k the spark plugs are due. I also seem to get better mpg on highway; it used to be the other way around. Some transistors were poorly soldered to the control board, and…. I bought it January 2013 and already have more than 72,500 miles on it.