Is a hemi more or less miles per 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).
What weighs 50 percent more than a gallon of water but when its weight is reduced by 50 percent weighs less than a gallon of water?
It depends on the vehicle you are driving. Unless something is terribly wrong, it takes a fraction of a gallon to drive one mile. My 15-year-old Dodge gets 20 miles per gallon, meaning that one mile takes a twentieth, or 0.05, of one gallon. Some new models get 30 miles per gallon or more, so a mile would require 0.033 of a gallon or less.
According to the Elmo Kandel, Editor and Publisher of Article Click, a highly efficient semi-truck will get 6 to 8 miles per gallon. Fuel mileage will vary greatly based on the weight of the truck and payload and environmental factors such as wind and grade. Fuel mieage can drop to 4 miles per gallon in less efficient trucks - you need to go to www.fairtran.com to find out more.
A gallon of water and a gallon of gasoline have the same volume measure. A gallon, which is a measure of volume, is a gallon, is a gallon. But the gasoline is less dense than water, so it will weigh less. The weight of a gallon of water is about 8.34 pounds , while a gallon of gasoline weighs in the ball park of about 6.25 pounds, depending on the fuel. The gallon of water…
The only way to answer this question is to know how many miles per gallon you get. Assume you have a vehicle that gets 25 miles per gallon, here the calculations: 75 miles per week / 25 miles per gallon = 3 gallons per week 4 weeks per month * 3 gallons per week = 12 gallons per month 12 gallons per month * $3.50 per gallon = $42.00 per month If your mileage is…
in all vehicles, speed and miles per gallon are indirectly related, meaning the faster you go, the less your MPG rating will be. The further you push down the accelerator, the more fuel is injected into the engine and raising the rate the piston moved up and down in the cylinder, causing the engine to guzzle fuel quicker.