IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE YOUR CLUTCH IS SLIPPING???? IF YOU GOT A 5 SPEED TRANSMISSION START THE CAR PUT IT IN 1ST AND DRIVE THE CAR 5-10 MPH THEN IN 2ND PUSH THE GAS ALL THE WAY DOWN. IF THE RPM REVS HIGH AND THE CAR IS NOT TAKING OFF THERE IS YOUR PROB. IF YOU GOT AN AUTO JUST PUSH GAS PEDAL DOWN AND CHECK FOR THE SAME. I HOPE I WAS OF HELP? JOSE
It depends on what year, and what part of the world your Honda Accord is sold at.
How is the car driven: easy acceleration & nice slow stops or hard acceleration and hard breaking? Your driving habits are most likely what is causing your bad gas mileage. Don't drive the thing like a race car and expect to get good gas mileage. I had a V6 Accord and I got 27 MPG with it.
If the speedometer is not accurate, the odometer is probably not either. If you do not know how far you have driven, you can not calculate mileage with any certainty.If the speedometer is not accurate, the odometer is probably not either. If you do not know how far you have driven, you can not calculate mileage with any certainty.
My 1994 Honda Accord LX (4 cyl.) gets 29 mpg when driven on the highway at around 65 mph. If I push it to 75 or 80 mpg it drops to about 25 mpg.
The 2.4 Liter is driven by a chain.
The average gas mileage of a Peugeot 206 car is approximately 46 miles per gallon. This will of course vary with the speed driven and the driving conditions, as well as the year model car.
Mileage is just a slang term for a measure of how far a car has gone. the more mileage, the longer the car has been driven. It is just the number on the odometer, telling you how many miles/kilometers the car has been driven.
the amount of miles a vehicle has driven in its lifetime
Driving Dimension: the geometry is controlled by the dimension. Driven Dimension: the dimension is controlled by the geometry.
If the driving wheel has more number of teeth, and the driven wheel has less number of teeth then there will be a gain in SPEED .If the number of tooth in the driver is less in the driving wheel and there is more number of tooth in the driven wheel , there will be a gain in TORQUE.
I am driving. ==> Driving is the present participle of drive. I have driven. ==> Driven is the past participle of drive.
The adjective forms are the participles driven and driving (the driven executive, a driving rain). The adverb "drivingly" exists but is practically never used, and does not actually refer to driving, as in a car.
The gas mileage of a farm tractor depends on the model, the year, the condition, and the land driven on. There is no set gas mileage to be expected from a farm tractor.
I own 2 Subaru Legacy 4wd Wagons. Neither is a Turbo. I get about 20-22 mpg with both vehicles. My driving is mostly highway miles. I hope that helps. The mileage you get with these cars depends TOTALLY on how you drive them. Driven like a granny I can get 32mpg (imperial) driven like an animal I get about 8mpg. I found the addition of a vacuum/boost guage let me modify my driving habits to maximise mileage and is well worth the cost.
the miles driven to and from a destination approved by your job/company
10,000 per year average
In "normal" degree pursuit programs, no
The gas mileage for any vehicle depends on where it is driven including circumstances such as traffic and speed limit. The average mileage for a Triumph Rocket is 29MPG.
It varies from car to car and driver to driver. The next time you fill up, record the mileage. The next time you fill up again, record the mileage and the gallons it took to fill it up. Subtract the the first mileage reading from the second reading and you have the total miles driven. Now take the number of gallons used and divide them into the total miles driven between fill ups and you will have the miles per gallon (mpg) the vehicle gets with you driving.
Driving habits - the harder you accelerate, the more fuel you burn. A pickup truck driven carefully will get better gas mileage than a Honda Civic that is hot dogged.
In a vehicle, a driving gear is the gear which is driven by the engine. The driving gear helps control the speed the vehicle is in.
Miles driven divided by fuel used. Miles/gallon
Impossible to determine. It depends on how it is maintained, how it is driven, and where it is driven. Under normal conditions, with proper maintainence, driving it normally, you can easily get 200,000 miles or more before it needs a major repair. With major repairs the sky is the limit on how far it will go.
I have been driving since 1980 and I have a clean driving license. I have driven in the USA and my experience in driving from Florida to California in 1991 has given me the confidence over driving and I enjoy this very much. I have also driven in the United Kingdom and now in Toronto. I have a G Licence.
The 4 cylinder will get 24 city, 34 highway, and 28 combined. The V6 will get 21 city, 34 highway, and 25 combined. I have found that most Accords will beat this mileage if driven correctly.