The MPG-o-Matic Gas Mileage calculator is the latest and greatest when it comes to specifically looking for gas mileage.
Although there are some variables in determining gas mileage such as type of engine, cylinders, and size of engine, there is an average gas mileage for the 2006 Ford Explorer. The gas mileage for the 2006 Ford Explorer is 13 MPG for city driving, and 19 MPG for highway driving with a combined total of 15 MPG.
Miles driven divided by fuel used. Miles/gallon
Fractionally less than daytime mileage because of the energy needed to run the lights.
As in gas mileage. you take how many miles you can drive on a full tank and divide it by how much your gas tank can hold in gallons and then it should give you your miles per gallon.
mpg x 235.215 = liters per 100 km
Go to www.kbb.com. You will be asked to enter your ZIP code first because location is a factor in determining the value of any vehicle. You then can choose estimated value for private sale, trade-in or retail sale depending on the mileage, condition and optional features.
because IT IS OLD.
knots are what you get in your hair because you never wash it
yes because it has one of the best gas mileage
"Unfortunately, Liberty Toyota is a Toyota dealership, so I cannot help you answer that one. There is no gas mileage for this because it is not a car.."
There are many factors the play a role in determining the value of a used vehicle. The most important factors to consider are the condition of the car, inside and out, as well as the mileage of the car. Another important factor in determining used car value is service history, so that you know the scheduled maintenance is up to date and also what other issues have occurred.
The average gas mileage for a snow plow is going to be about 8 to 10 miles per gallon. It ultimately depends on what kind of a truck you have because they all get different gas mileage.
70,000 is standard on timing belts. Change the water pump at the same time because they die at the same mileage.
Yes because the engine does not have to work as hard.
Mexico, Because of the low wind mileage..:)
A smaller car with 3 or 4 cylinders usually gets the best gas mileage. Also, hybrid cars tend to get better mileage on the city streets than regular cars because of their regenerative braking.
Send it to Kenny at usaodo.com or bligidy.com, same guy. He can program any digital odometer. The price depends on the car because some have simple eeproms and others have processors. Mercedes and BMWs are a little more difficult because the mileage is saved in multiple places but it can be done.
A SOHC is better for gas mileage, because it uses less gas, and has 130 hp. A DOHC is worse for gas mileage, but has 150 hp.
Gas mileage will be right about zero, because if you put gas in a diesel, you'll ruin it.
no if anything it is worse because of the added weight
I like Toyota ,but I prefer Honda because Honda has a more better mileage.
Because they rotate more to cover the same mileage as tire.
Because square ones would result in poor gas mileage.