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Old 03-23-2019, 09:19 PM
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08 xb with 205k miles, had this car since brand new. so far ive changed the water pump, accessory belt and tensioner, spark plugs, front and passenger motor mounts. Thats pretty much it, used mobil 1 full synthetic since day 1. car does not have issues and still runs smooth, does not burn any oil, i will probably change my valve cover and oil pan gasket next. my goal is to hit 300k
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Old 03-23-2019, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by xbdunks View Post
08 xb with 205k miles, had this car since brand new. so far ive changed the water pump, accessory belt and tensioner, spark plugs, front and passenger motor mounts. Thats pretty much it, used mobil 1 full synthetic since day 1. car does not have issues and still runs smooth, does not burn any oil, i will probably change my valve cover and oil pan gasket next. my goal is to hit 300k
Same here, except I still have original water pump. I changed my motor mounts myself but the motor shakes worse now than before ( it's not that bad) but at least I did it myself for fairly cheap. I had the oil consumption problem taken care of by Scion and the only thing I have ever had to do to it was have a transmission sensor replaced at about 160,000 miles. This has been an extremely reliable car and it keeps on going.
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Originally Posted by xbdunks View Post
08 xb with 205k miles, had this car since brand new. so far ive changed the water pump, accessory belt and tensioner, spark plugs, front and passenger motor mounts. Thats pretty much it, used mobil 1 full synthetic since day 1. car does not have issues and still runs smooth, does not burn any oil, i will probably change my valve cover and oil pan gasket next. my goal is to hit 300k
Same here, except I still have original water pump. I changed my motor mounts myself but the motor shakes worse now than before ( it's not that bad) but at least I did it myself for fairly cheap. I had the oil consumption problem taken care of by Scion and the only thing I have ever had to do to it was have a transmission sensor replaced at about 160,000 miles. This has been an extremely reliable car and it keeps on going. I have about 195000 on it now.

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Old 03-25-2019, 01:22 PM
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My 2010 xB has just over 170,000 miles
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My 2012 just hit 80,000km (50k miles). Was sad watching it roll over the 80k mark...
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Old 05-10-2019, 11:42 AM
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Just traded in my 2008 xB with 236,000 miles on it. Bought used with 65,000 miles already on. Lot of brake problems, and power steering not working months at a time.

Other than that, it served me well. I now own a 2011 xB with 50,000 miles. Going to miss the manual transmission.

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