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Is a hemi more or less miles per gallon?

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No, a liter is less than a gallon.

Higher is better.. Less fuel to spend and more fuel effeciency gets u further on less.

Six pints is less than a gallon.

4 litres is more than a US gallon, but less than an Imperial gallon

They run on more miles for one gallon, needs less resources!the emit less Co2 and other harmful gases

About a quarter. Slightly more for a US gallon, less for an imperial gallon.

more 1 gallon = 8 pints 1 pint = 0.12 gallon

more 1 gallon = 4 quarts 1 quart = 0.25 gallon

15 mpg (miles per gallon). The key to this 'word problem' is understanding that "miles to the gallon" or more commonly, 'miles per gallon', means DIVISION. So, 300 miles per 20 gallons means: (300 miles) / (20 gallons) = 15 miles per gallon.

Unfortunately, one hybrid does not represent the entire line of models. Each make of a company's hybrid uses more or less miles per gallon than the next one, such as for regular cars. You'll have to be more specific as to which hybrid.

No. 12 ounce is less than a gallon.

three liters are more than a gallon

There is more than 4 cups in a gallon. There is 16 cups in one gallon.

Less Than 8 cups is a half-gallon; a gallon is 4 quarts or 16 cups.

More. If the car got a really poor 10 miles per gallon, it still would travel 150 miles before running out of gas.

no less ... 1 US gallon = 3.7854118 liter

Multiply m.p.g. US x 1.20095 = m.p.g Imperial. You get about 20% more miles out of an Imperial gallon (at the same speed) because it is about 20% bigger than a US gallon.

moreHow_many_fl_oz_are_there_in_a_pintGallon = 8 pints1 pint = 0.12 gallon

Specs says 18 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. My Subaru Outback 2003 VDC makes 18.5 miles per gallon in suburban driving, which involves some highway divining but much more 'city' type driving with many stops and much lower speeds (meaning less then optimal speed for fuel efficiency).

No, it is a little less than one US gallon.

A liter is about 3.785 times smaller than one gallon.

One gallon equals 3.78541 liters

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