The average car mileage in Europe is about 2.518 miles per gallon. The speed of the vehicles in the town is 18.7 kilometers per hour.
The average daily miles driven is about 30 to 40 miles a day. The average mileage on a car in a year is about 12,000 to 15,000 miles.
The average length of a European car is about 15 feet.
The average price ranges greatly depending on which year the car is from, and what the average mileage the car has. You would need to determine the year of the car, and how much average mileage it has before you are able to find a decent estimate.
12,00010,00015,000+ for the military
10.000 miles per year is reckoned to be average,.
Do the math 12k miles every year ......if the car is a 1999 Honda Civic SI then the average mileage should be 144K miles.......
What makes you think car values are based on this equation. Car values are based on many things, and one of the most important is the mileage on the vehicle. That mileage is not based on any average. It is based on the actual mileage on that particular vehicle.
The gas mileage of a Hummer is worse than any other civilian vehicle, as it is around 9 MPG (miles per gallon). The average American gas millage is approximately 20 MPG, so the Hummer's gas mileage is more than twice as worse than an average car's gas mileage.
There is no "average" mileage for a hybrid. Hybrid is a type of drivetrain, so the question would be like asking what the "average" mileage for a gasoline car is, or a diesel car is. You would need to know what vehicle you wanted to know the mpg on. The 2008 Toyota Prius averages a combined 46mpg, which the 2008 GMC Yukon 1500 Hybrid 2WD averages 20mpg.
You can get 24 to 35 miles per gallon.
Around 13,000 miles per year.