multiply kilometers per liter by .425144 to get gallons per mile

6 US gallons per mile is 0.0709 km/L

73000 miles

Gallons per mile? No vehicle burns that much fuel.

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.

(1 mile)3 x (5,280 feet per mile)3 x (12 inches per foot)3 / (231 cubic inches per gallon) =1,101,117,147,428.57 gallonsor 1.10112 trillion gallons (rounded)

100

23.52 MPG

Depends on vehicle mileage per gallon,

19.6 gallons

-5.0587 Gallons per mile

I think it is 10,560 gallons

About 1/10 of a gallon.

You will use about 9.2 gallons of fuel on the trip.

53.8 gallons

214 divided by 18 = 11.88 gallons of fuel

My old truck gets about 10 mpg, that is 1/10 of a gallon used per mile.

it gets 19.78963592647 gallons per mile

30.45 gallons

T34 tank 6 gallons to the mile

It depends on you fuel economy. MPG means miles divided by gallons. Miles/Gallon. Take number of miles driven, divided by number of gallons to drive those miles. Flip over miles per gallon to get gallons per mile then multiply by dollars per gallon to get dollars per mile.

343.8 miles / 9 gallons = 38.2 miles per gallon 9 gallons / 343.8 miles = 0.0 gallons per mile (to the nearest tenth). Actually, the consumption is 0.026 gallons per mile.

The plane can carry 81,890 gallons of fuel and flies 8000 nautical miles, i.e., it burns approximately 10 gallons of fuel per nautical mile or 9 gallons per statute mile

Not enough information provided. Depends on what year and what engine.

I have a 96 and I get 16-20 mpg