An expert shows how your car creates 1 million kilometers – car

"Bloch explained": How does your car last forever? The focus is on a Lexus LS400 with one million kilometers on the clock. How does a kilometer eater actually go? And what do you have to do so that your own car also has the stuff as a permanent runner? Alex explains to them how that works.

The Lexus LS400 shows an example of how a car can become an absolute permanent runner. The car already has over a million kilometers on its hump. And with just one engine and a gearbox.

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Alexander Bloch, technology chief reporter of the "Auto Motor & Sport" and known from the VOX program "Auto mobile", explains how your car gets a long service life.

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13 thoughts on “An expert shows how your car creates 1 million kilometers – car”

  1. Bloch doesn’t get out of amazement
    You notice the youth and inexperience of this "car expert". He repeats himself in amazement, … that the Lexus drove 1 million km. so what? What is so special about it? Therefore, Bloch only drives the Lexus in a circle because he no longer dares to "with this old gentleman" to protect the engine? The video was intended as a fairytale lesson for daycare centers? Daimler has a vehicle in the museum, the 4.6 million km on the bump. In my life I drove more than just a taxi that had covered over 1 million km. I climbed a tax, the 1.8 million km was driven. As an entrepreneur, a colleague of mine has his Audi V8 (forerunner of A8) 750.000 km, then as the successor to his Mercedes S-Class 1.1 million km.

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  2. The difference
    The difference is that a Lexus/Toyota, in contrast to the competition, with the first engine, the first gear, the first electronics equipment, etc., creates. Whereas it does not represent great art, a mileage of over 1 million. KM with four exchange engines, three exchange -driven and five new control units to complete…

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  3. Company cars are not generally leased
    Many, particularly medium -sized companies buy their vehicles. I myself have been 100 three decades a year.000 km driven. Business. Long -distance. As managing director. The vehicles were anything but consumed when selling KM stands of some one hundred thousand. That was 6 and 8 cylinder engines with automatic transmission.

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  4. With Tesla 1 million km
    Even possible without maintenance and repair orbits! Everything below should soon be a thing of the past due to the incredible waste of resources. Just want to drive with a car and don’t have to stand in the workshop all the time or have to screw it around on it.

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  5. As a sales representative
    I am in just under 30 !!! Years of 1.8 million kilometers, but with 7 vehicles. Between 250 and 300 tsd . The repairs increase rapidly and do not pay off cars for so long, no premium brands such as Audi, BMW or Mercedes.Not even with regular inspection. But everyone has to decide that themselves. In addition, the cars are getting better and safer and of course much more expensive.

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  6. Warmed up !
    The last time the article was on Friday, 25.12.In 2020, the reader has been presented – but warmed up should be read better for savings reasons !

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  7. I can’t get that old anymore to
    My remaining term as an active motor driver to coincide for a million kilometers. In addition, vehicles have long since not only switched to technical, but far worse "fiscal" Way. Namely, by increasing the control screw for models that are still fully traveling by using utopian emissions limit values. Everything supposedly for the environment and the climate. Absolutely logical, because if this "old stinker" Then, for decades, produce exhaust gases in Africa or the Middle East, then at least our vest in Europe remains white.

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  8. A million kilometers by car
    Who is interested in such nonsense? If you want or can bring together 1 million kilometers in your life as a driver, there are only a few and why should you always drive around with the same box. Such classic cars may be laid down due to climate protection measures.

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  9. 3.5 liters, 8 cylinders
    A 6 cylinder has been durable for a long time. The 8 cylinders, V machine in the old Lexus 400 is unabashful on normal driving style, as is the gearbox. This is the whole secret around 1 million. Kilometer to create. The body’s rust protection was also no worse in the 90s than today. This vehicle is not comparable to today’s 3 and 4 cylinders with turbocharging.

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  10. Why no (switch -off) warm -up program?
    A typical small car is operated 50% short distance with the engine that is too cold. That is what the modern toddler still damages the most. I would therefore finally wish for a (also switch-off) motor/turbo warm running program, which also protects the engine from too high speed and strength, in the sense of consumer protection for the switch-off ESP as well as the automatic motor start/stop device and some senseless assistants. At least in the first 10 minutes of the driving time. That you can turn the motor parameters as desired in order to be able to realize something like this, we were allowed to learn in diesel gate.

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  11. Self…
    …With modern small -volume petrol engines you will certainly reach high mileage if you move the vehicle accordingly. I’m long -distance commuters, standard tour 510 km. My travel pace is at Max with a free motorway. real 150km/h. Then there is approx. 2800 revolutions/minute at 7 gang DSG The red speed range begins at 6000 revolutions. You can close every engine in a short time if you don’t care.

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  12. The problem at "downgies" Motors are cooked
    Not the engines itself, but the turbochargers. These also work at low speeds with high loads, since the small motors also have to raise the same torque as large -volume engines. Anyone who thinks about having the glowing turbocharger cooled for half a minute when the empty speed is cooled before turning on the engine?

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