Wow alot of miles and still going.awsome. have you done the water pump or original still going strong?Winner winner chicken dinner! Other than the comment of 443k miles without any other info I'm next high...
2013 Insight EX bought in April 2014 New with 3 miles on it and currently with 275k miles!!! I've done most the maintenance myself after Honda gave me a new engine from their excessive engine oil consumption service bulletin. Zero cost for the new short block and it has been great ever since.
Full synthetic oil and filter every 11-12k miles
Honda CVT every 50k
Spark plugs at 100K
Belts at 100k
AC charge and Freon at 250k
Front pads at 120k, then front pads and rotors at 200k, getting close to needing new brakes on the front and yet to change rear.
Issue with cylinders misfiring at 220k, changed out 2 ignition coils and problem solved, also changed those plugs with the two new coils
also replaced cabin air filter every year and use a K&N for under the hood
Always riding on good tires
I drive 90 miles one way all highway in cruise control to work. I literally see 1 light and 1 stop sign! On average I do almost 50k a year and plan to put 500k on this vehicle!!!
Absolutely fantastic,well doneMy 2010 Honda Insight, bought new off the show room, floor in 2009 has now topped 408,000. Yes, that's correct, four hundred and eight thousand miles. My goal is to top 500,000 with this car. I've had no major breakdowns and along with regular maintenance and the occasional break and tire change have had no serious issues. I did replace the shocks and structs but hard to remember that back at about 250,000 miles or so.
Have the original big battery in and checks out fine. I'd say you have another 300k to go2011 EX version 179K, paint still shines like new, sun visors both came off around 100K, doing all my own oil/filter changes since I bought it with 69K in 2015. How far have you all gone before the big battery needs replacing???? I'm hoping for 200K before I look at the aftermarket battery replacement...