I am getting close to 10 - 11 miles to the gallon in a 1989 ford dually with a 460 fuel injected engine.
i am getting 26 MPG but with big tires and 75 on the freeway
Check engine light on, tires not inflated properly, driving habits,
8.35 lbs. A gallon is a gallon. Oil is not heavier than milk or water it is still a gallon.
The Ferrari 599 has a V 12 engine with 620 horsepower. It ranges between getting 12- 20 miles per gallon of gasoline depending on the driving conditions such as road or highway.
I have a 1.9 liter volkswagon engine in my 2001 beetle , 52 miles per gallon , 680 miles per 13 gallon tank , wonderful
you will have a bomb. your engine could explode from the increased compression of a diesel engine
On average I get around 25 miles per gallon 3.5 engine
1 gallon max because it has a v4 engine
The Suzuki GSXR gets about 40 miles per gallon depending on how you are driving it. Some studies show it getting 38 miles per gallon and some show it getting 43 miles per gallon.
If it's getting 60mpg then 60 miles for one gallon. The speed is irrelevant.
an economic 4 cilynder engine could give you a good 30 miles per gallon in the highway, where a high performance 8 cylinger engine could only give you 9 miles per gallon.
Depends on what engine it has
It will cost $526 in fuel costs.
It depends on the engine. On my 94 Grand am with 3.1 V6 I get about 19 miles to the gallon in town and 25 miles to the gallon on the high way. David
With a 4.6 L engine, on the hi-way, you should get around 28 MPG. Have the injectors checked, timing, and sensors.
(700 miles) x (3 bux per gallon) / (14 miles per gallon) = 150 bux
11 miles to the gallon
Depending on what you are driving, about 8 MPG.