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Fuel Economy and Mileage

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Fuel economy and mileage is commonly referred to as the amount of fuel used by an engine over a given distance. Generally, compact cars go 35 miles per gallon versus 20 miles per gallon for sports utility vehicles (SUV).
Not a whole lot to be honest do you have Mods on the car hoe much weight it carries anything, is te engine cleaned out, is the tranny still good these are all questions you have to ask yourself if your local mechanic can also figure it out for you
Preparation is key. A Motor Vehicle is the 2nd biggest purchasethat we make after property, and as such is an important decisionfor the buyer, whether the vehicle is new or used. This brings a whole load of emotions to the table for the buyer,including fear, doubt, excitement and financial...
A vehicle @ 13 liters per gallon (~0.29MPG) will travel about 6.55 miles on a tank of 22.5 gallons of fuel.
The Mazda millenia from 2000 gets 20 mpg, 28 on the highway, and 25 on average.
thats about right , explorer is heavy vehicle and the engines arenot economical
1000mi / 25mpg = 40gal $4/gal x 40gal = $160. $160.00. 1000miles divided by 25mpg mulitplied by $4.00 a gallon.
Let us assume that the car has zero acceleration, and will remain the same speed. We will start with the time it takes to travel 1 mile. Since a car going 60 miles per hour takes 1 minute to go one mile ( 60 minutes divided by 60 miles equals 1 ), it will take 3 minutes for a car going 20 ...
Depends on the year which you fail to list.
Not enough information. There are different 4.6's! Also, there are different weights and drivetrains in vehicles. I have a 1998 Ford F150 truck that gets up to 17 Mpg. This vehicle is fairly light (no extended cab, short bed, and does not have 4 wheel drive). It does have a fairly low gearing in the...
i did it it took.... 4 DAYS AND 18 hours the average is ..... 4.5 DAYS (it depends on fuel/model of car)
I sure dont know I hate math i think its 88 p.s. I HATE MATH
Velocity = Distance ÷ Time, therefore : Time = Distance ÷ Velocity. Time for journey = 877 ÷ 100 = 8.77 hours = 8 hours 46 minutes 12 seconds.
This is a difficult question. The easy answer is the qjet is better on mileage. But there are so many variables that its really hard to consider one or the other being better for all engines. Your 'typical' qjet - 750-800cfm spreadbore, to a 750-800 holley squarebore. Both of these carbs are more...
That's like asking how long is a piece of string. It depends. How is it being used? What equipment is it carrying? Is it 4x4? Crew cab? Dually? What rear axle is it running? Could be anywhere from 10mpg to 20 mpg.
400 mph means it travels 400 miles in ONE hour. So it travels 4000 miles in ten hours. And 8000 miles in 20 hours. 6000 is half way between 4000 and 8000, so 15 hours is half way between 10 and 20. Or you can just divide 6000 by 400.
With constant velocity (v) the equation for distance can be d = vt, where d is the distance traveled (in miles), and t is the time (in hours). So at t= 2 hr, d = 90 mi, solve for v = (90 mi)/(2 hr) = 45 mi/hr (or mph). Check this at 5 hours: d = (45 mi/hr)*(5 hr) = 225 mi, which checks with the...
Whilst travelling downstream the boat travels at V + C mph where V is the speed of the boat in still water and C is the speed of the current. Whilst travelling upstream the speed is V - C mph. The downstream velocity = 24/2 = 12mph = V + C therefore C = 12 - V Velocity (speed) = Distance ÷ Time ...
Answer . \nmy '96 cavalier sedan (233,000 miles) gets about 450 miles per tank if i run it completely empty, averaging 30 mpg.
there are 4.54 liters in a gallon, therefore 6.61 gallons. if the car travels 35 miles on one gallon it will travel 35 x 6.61=231.28miles
Speed = Distance / Time Time = Distance / Speed Time = 2.7 miles / 30 mph = 0.09 hours * 60 minutes/hour = 5.4 A quick way to figure this out in your head is to know that 60 mph equals one mile per minute. 30 mph would be one mile per two minutes, 15 mph would be one mile per four minutes,...
distance = speed X time at speed. Therefore, in this instance, the distance is 3 X 50 + 70 X (1/2) = 185 miles.
There really isn't a way to know without first picking a reference point. For example, the speed of a runner or a car is relative to the speed of the Earth's surface. The speed of the Sun relative to our local standard of rest (determined by stars in our 'neighborhood') is only about 43,000 miles...
12-13 mpg highway 9-10 city
That depends on the speed. After deciding how fast you will travel, divide the distance by the speed to get the time.\n That depends on the speed. After deciding how fast you will travel, divide the distance by the speed to get the time.\n That depends on the speed. After deciding how fast you...
Well obvusly it can depend on how much mileage the car has on it and how often its been mantianced, But for a well mantianced one its 17 city and 27 highway . .. its a combo of 21. If gas is lets say $3.07 a gallon it would cost you about $2192 a year to fill up. Hope that helped!
It depends on the type of car you have.
It depends on the vehicle you are driving. Unless something is terribly wrong, it takes a fraction of a gallon to drive one mile. My 15-year-old Dodge gets 20 miles per gallon, meaning that one mile takes a twentieth, or 0.05, of one gallon. Some new models get 30 miles per gallon or more, so a mile...
Is this your homework? if so you should do it yourself, but if you are just curious or are unable to calculate it here is how to work it out: 1)remember the laws of motion Distance = Velocity * Time You have the velocity (speed) = 100mph You can find the average distance to Uranus from c...
23 hours 33 minutes and 33.3 seconds.
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It's a judgment call on your part. However, that is a lot of miles for a year old car, so you should definitely see a price break. If the maintenance has been good, it might not be such a bad deal, particularly if your driving patterns indicate that you would eventually be in the ballpark of average...
Because it was the mainstay of the cotton industry - their one big export - and they totally depended on it. As landowning aristocrats, they enjoyed the sensation of having a serf-class under them, and just felt it was part of a natural order of things. As the debate heated up in the 1850's, they...
1 hour 39 minutes. This is the total driving time at that speed and excludes stops or delays.
That depends on the speed of the bus. That depends on the speed of the bus. That depends on the speed of the bus. That depends on the speed of the bus.
29 mi / 55 mph = .52 hr = 32 min.
About 8 1/2 hours... But that's based purely on the fact that you'll be doing 85mph consistently, without stopping.. So i'd recommend taking a bottle, for drink... and toilet... And traffic these days generally doesn't help either :p
No. You'll watch the moon soar over the sky while the sky eventually grows brighter and then you will have lost a whole night's sleep staring at the moon. But don't feel bad. You'll only be mad when you gotta go to work tired as can be. But you can't go crazy. People have gone blind stareing at...
When you are given a speed (80 mph) and a distance (10.13 miles) to find the time it would take to travel the given distance divide the distance by the speed. . time = distance/speed . x = 10.13/80 . solve for x 10.13 miles / 80 mph = 0.126625 hours Note that this is in hours. If you want...
Funds are generated internally through net income that is retained to fund growth rather than paid out in dividends. There also measures that can be taken to improve working capital to free up funds, such as more aggressive collection of receivables and negotiating longer terms with vendors for...
"Mile" isn't a unit of time.
This question cannot be answered sensibly without additional information, such as mode of transport.
34 mpg = 14.5 kpl
20 miles to the gallon. 20 miles to the gallon
\nUm, if the on-board computer is functioning, it's fairly simple. Hopefully. Push the turn signal stalk in toward the steering column. A display should appear or be present in the speedometer housing. Each push of the turn signal stalk "in" toward the steering column will pull up info on various...
Answer . \nA lot! lol\n. \nHard to say an exact amount, but basic physics tell you that in order to get an object up a hill, it takes energy. If you're already moving when going up a hill, you bring some energy to start with as inertia, the engine then provides the rest of energy required to get...
1 because u can stop and pick up gas at any gas station for another 35 bucks, in other words, refill that only 1 tank.
If you're talking about a pickup...mine has 15.9 gallons and the fuel economy on that is 17-21 mpg. (depending on my speed)..so it could get you about 270-330 miles.
According to www . fuel economy . gov ( no spaces ) The 1995 Lincoln Continental with the 4.6 liter V8 engine gets ( 15 city / 23 highway ) miles per U.S. gallon
That depends on the speed. Also, it depends on the traffic.
Too little information to provide and accurate answer.. Diesel or gas? Interstate or blue highway. Big camper or small.. My Dodge diesel averages 15 mpg pulling my 28 ft 5th wheel.
36 minutes. They would be in jail for speeding so...
the gallardo goes 12/20 mpg and the murcielago gets 8/13 mpg
12000 miles per year is the widely accepted average. But remains a very antiquated number because with urban sprawl, most people drive farther than 12k per year. So consider that when buying a leased vehicle. Most go over the "average" and end up paying a hefty sum at the end.
50 miles an hour is 1 minute 12 seconds a mile. 220 minutes 48 seconds or 3 hours 40 minutes and 48 secs :)
They run on more miles for one gallon, needs less resources! . the emit less Co2 and other harmful gases
If by UK gallon you mean Imperial gallon, then the answer would be about 23.3. 1 US gallon = 0.83267384 Imperial gallon 28 US MPG * 0.83267384 = 23.31486752 Imperial MPG
If gas is $3.. per gallon, you will use slightly more than 12 gallons to travel 370 miles. divide 370 by 30 =12... multiplied by 3= $36.00
A bad thermostat can cause a decrease in gas mileage. If the thermostat is stuck open, the engine will tend to run cold. Not only will this result in a perpetually low temperature gauge reading and poorly performing heater. It will also cause the ECU to richen the mixture, since the engine will...
620 (mg per liter) = 62 mg per deciliter.
I have a 1994 B250 and it gets between 13 to 15 miles per gallon.. I have a 1994 B250 also and it used to get 17 mpg. With the new add of ethanol I'm also between 14-15 mpg. . With my 1997 Ram Van 2500 with the 5.2 (318) and high top conversion, I got 20.7 miles per gallon on the trip to New England...
Well you would cover 100 miles in an hour and then the other 50 in thirty minutes so it would take one hour and 30 minutes to drive 150 miles at a speed of 100 mph.
Probably in the 15 mpg range depending on automatic or standard transmission.
Everything except for the doors. Coupe is 2 door and sedan is 4 door. The above answer is NT correct. There are aot of parts that aren't interchangeable there are books that will tell you this type of information. Windshields aren't interchangable doors, some trim, evrything in the interior except...
About 14.4 seconds. 0.1 miles / 25 miles per hour * 60 minutes per hour * 60 seconds per minute = 14.4 seconds
I had already done the calculation for raising water from 60f to 125f using a cost of $1 per therm. This should give you a rough idea. Q=c*m*(t2-t1), where, c=specific heat of water (1 calorie/gram) m=mass of 1 gal of water = 3780 grams t is in degrees celsius: 60f-125f ==> 15.5C-51.6C ...
Increasing tire diameter would increase your speed at the same engine RPM.. So technically you could now obtain the same speed by getting less work out of your engine. (lower rpms) Unfortunately though, you just got pulled over because you forgot to recalibrate your speedometer.... More along...
Anything that will burn hot enough to boil water and produce steam. In the old days coal and coke were among the best, but wood was also be used. Modern steam turbines can be run from a variety of heat sources.
At 30mph you are doing a mile every 2 minutes thereore to do 5.5 miles would take 11 minutes
If it's getting 60mpg then 60 miles for one gallon. The speed is irrelevant.
2 hours if you drive at 172mph. Not enough info to be a valid question.
Time = Distance/Speed. It would take 93/70 = 1.329 hours or just under 1 hour 20 minutes.
The average distance from the earth to the moon is approx 250000 miles. If you could travel to the moon at 25000 in a staright line, it would take 10 hours.
Three hours, fourty-eight minutes, 29.999999999999999999 seconds.