Discussion in 'Prius v Main Forum' started by usbseawolf2000, Jan 28, 2012.
97500 everything original except oil, air filter and cabin filter.
I'll have to start Prius V 200k miles club soon!
What was your date of purchase?
Haven't been around much the past few weeks, been busy... Just wanted to say that my prediction was only off by 38-39 minutes! Just that I was predicting the wrong thing: My twin sons were born on the morning of Aug 17. You can imagine why I've been busy! OK, back on topic.
2 fas, I'm very glad to hear your v is doing so well with all that mileage! I just passed 10K mi a few weeks back. Did my own oil change and tire rotation - much faster than taking it in, for me - and took pictures in case Toyota cares. So far I'm very pleased with how everything is holding up!
I'm a little bummed to hear that the stock tires are wearing so well - they're OK, but I was sort of looking forward to getting some grippier ones, even though I know that will cost me a bit of gas mileage. I'll be putting on the snows before too long; curious to see how much they affect gas mileage.
It looks by the Wed. you may have the 100,000?
2fas sent his reply at 6:45AM. If he is working today... He will cross 100K tonight or tomorrow!
Oooooh! You got to get a pic of the odo at that or 100K!
Yea, We need to see a pic of the speedo and a Toyota "Oh what a feeling jump"
You are such a tease 2fas4u!
I hope you had as much fun putting the 100,000 miles on your Prius v as you are revealing your accomplishment.
Congratulations and keep the insights (and miles) coming.
Great! Can you confirm av.MPG of about 47-50MPG?
2fas sent me this for you guys.
48 MPG average? Is that lifetime or for the tank?
That is absolutely crazy. Love it.
Alright was trying to have some fun. Will send pic right now. Dont know how to get lifetime mpg.
Items replaced on prius, cabin filter twice
air filter four
oil change sometimes 15000 or 10000 replace filter every 5000 toyota
or fram part 10358
That is it. tires could get maybe another 20000
rotate tires every 5000 sometimes 10000
Plug and play 6000 hids. ( same bulbs ).
I would also like to know how to get lifetime MPG. When I press the update button on the Fuel Consuption -> History (Past Record on HDD Nav) to register a new tank of gas, it resets the MPG number associated with the odometer.
Thank you again for sharing your amazingly fast journey to 100,000 miles
Don't think you can get a lifetime number if you've reset the mpg indicator when in the odometer mode. I've never reset mine since new (53oo miles ago). I reset one of the trip indicators (trip B) each time I do a fuel up, to measure mpg per tank.
Of course if you leave the odometer mpg reading alone from here on out, eventually you'll get a displayed value approaching a "lifetime" computer average mpg. Or if you've used Fuelly to track mpg each fuelup, it will calculate the average for all your fuelups.
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