Look on the sticker on the window before you buy, or ask the dealer. There will be 2 numbers given: average MPG for city driving under normal conditions, and Open Road under normal conditions.
However, many factors are involved with how many miles per gallon (MPG) you will average with your car. These include:
You can figure your gas usage by letting the tank get close to 1/8th or 1/4th tank full (use the same mark each time). Drive to the gas station and write down the numbers from the odometer, including the number that continually rolls (so your number will have a decimal, such as xxx.1. Fill your tank; write down how many gallons of gas you purchased. Repeat this next time you get close to your 'mark' you used before. Subtract the smaller odometer reading from the newest, larger reading. That is how far you traveled since your last fill-up. Divide this by total number gallons of gas purchased the first time. Then, fill up your tank again. Repeat, to get an average over a period of time.
You need to know how many miles per gallon the vehicle travels.
Can't answer that, not enough info. Need to know the mpg (miles per gallon) the vehicle gets.
There is not enough information to solve this problem. You need to know the mileage of the vehicle. That is, how many miles per gallon does it get?
We would need to know how many miles per gallon (mpg) that your vehicle gets per gallon. We cannot answer your question as written.
You need a longer question. How many miles per gallon does your vehicle get? If you know that it get 25 miles per gallon - just divide that number into 13.2
depends on your fuel consuption. if you know the miles per gallon of the vehicle, divide 1551 by mpg, X $4.09.
Gonna need to know the MPG (Miles Per Gallon) the vehicle gets.
Impossible to answer ! We would need to know the miles per gallon figure for the vehicle !
That depends heavily on the fuel efficiency of the car you are using and the type of driving.If you know how many Miles per Gallon (MPG) your vehicle gets, you can calculate the fuel like this:Miles / MPG = GallonsThat depends heavily on the fuel efficiency of the car you are using and the type of driving.If you know how many Miles per Gallon (MPG) your vehicle gets, you can calculate the fuel like this:Miles / MPG = Gallons
Drive from California to Maryland and you will find out stupid or use Map quest and they will figure it out for you, provided you know how many miles per gallon you get with your vehicle. So they divide the miles per gallon your vehicle gets into total miles driven multiplied by the price of gasoline per gallon.
Need to know what mpg the vehicle gets to answer that one.
You need to know the capacity of your tank - which, in your case, would be in gallons and the fuel efficiency of your vehicle - which would be in miles per gallon. The capacity or volume of a tank cannot be measured in miles per gallon.
The fuel economy of a vehicle is something that should be know by the driver. The 1971 Monte Carlo gets somewhere between 16 to 24 miles per gallon.
We need to know how many miles per gallon the vehicle gets in order to answer that one.
Most vehicles' low fuel light comes on with one to two gallons of gas left. If you know how many miles per gallon your vehicle gets, just figure on one gallon to be safe. For instance... if your car or truck gets 20 miles per gallon, when the light comes on you should figure you have 20 miles AT MOST to refuel.
First you need to know the miles per gallon (mpg) that your vehicle is capable of getting. Then you need to know the updated cost of a gallon of gas (cpg). Then the formula is: 400 divided by mpg X cpg = actual cost
Need to know how many gallons the fuel tank holds and how many miles per gallon the vehicle gets.
You must know with reasonable accuracy: 1. The road distance to be driven. 2. The mileage per gallon that the vehicle gets on the road. 3. The price per gallon you will pay for fuel. Obtain the miles to be driven by consulting a Map, Google or MapQuest or some other trip planning service. Obtain the estimated miles per gallon from experience, the drivers manual and article in Car magazines. Obtain the price for a gallon on the route you are taking on the internet and from local papers. Road miles divided by vehicle miles per gallon times cost per gallon equals trip cost in total gasoline costs.
Someone who is interested in a BMW Hybrid 3 Series would like to know what the fuel economy is like for this vehicle. It could get 25 miles per gallon on city driving and 33 miles per gallon on the highway.
There are many factors that would determine the cost of fuel for that type of trip.First, one would need to know the approximate fuel consumption of the vehicle; for example, if YOUR vehicle travels 20 miles on a gallon of fuel, it would cost much more than a vehicle that travels 35 miles on a gallon of fuel.To calculate an estimate for the fuel cost,find the total distance from Denver to San Diego for the route that you intend to take.Determine the fuel consumption of you vehicle expressed in miles per gallon.using the formual: Fuel required = Miles / Miles per gallon, calculate the approximate fuel requirements of your trip.Next, determine how much the fuel costs on your trip. Note that it will vary, depending on where you purchase your fuel.Calculate the cost of the fuel by multiplying the total gallons by the average price per gallon using the formula: Total price of fuel = Total gallons used * average price per gallon.Have a safe and enjoyable trip.
W'd like to know how many miles per gallon a Toyota 4-runner get?
You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.
We need to know the mpg of the vehicle, number of miles from start to finish and the price of one gallon of gas the vehicle uses, in order to answer that question.
Before buying any used vehicle there are a few things you should know. You should know how many miles are on it, if and when parts have been replaced or refurbished, and how well it runs.
It is important to know the fuel economy of an owned vehicle. However, it can vary from year make and model, generally speaking this vehicle gets 17 mpg city, and 24 mph highway.