No, fuel consumption is decreased, the vehicle rev's lower.
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When the vehicle weighs more, the engine has to exert more effort to move the vehicle than it would moving a smaller vehicle the same distance. The extra effort comes from the incresed fuel consumption.
Yes, if you visit the EPA homepage, they have a basic fuel consumption calculator. You can also contact the manufacturer of your vehicle for the EPA estimates.
R. N. Knauber has written: 'Computer program for post-flight analysis of rigid body moments acting on a launch vehicle first stage' -- subject(s): Launch vehicles (Astronautics), Aerodynamics, Computer programs 'Computer program for prediction of fuel consumption statistical data for an upper stage three-axes stabilized on-off control system' -- subject(s): Fuel consumption, Control systems, Space vehicles, Launch vehicles (Astronautics) 'Computer program for post-flight evaluation of a launch vehicle upper-stage on-off reaction control system' -- subject(s): Control systems, Space vehicles, Launch vehicles (Astronautics)
The fuel consumption for a Landcruiser 100 Series can vary by vehicle but it seems the average fuel consumption is 16.7 Liters per 100kms and/or 13.88 Liters per 100kms and also depending on the road and speed.
Fuel consumption for the Toyota Spacio XG Edition is approximately 35 miles per gallon. It is a seven passenger vehicle.
Fuel consumption varies from vehicle to vehicle and for some the fuel consumption is an important factor when buy a new or second hand vehicle. The Metro Honda gas mileage on a highway is stated on one website as roughly 29/41 mpg.
fuelcostcalculator.com offers a calculator which will allow you to calculate your fuel consumption. The calculator takes into account such factors as starting location, destination, and vehicle make and model.
Fuel use is an ongoing expense and should be considered when purchasing or leasing a vehicle. The Fuel Consumption Guide, published annually by Natural Resources Canada, provides model-specific estimated fuel consumption information on new light-duty vehicles sold in Canada each model year. The information can be used to compare the fuel consumption of different models and help you to select the most fuel-efficient vehicle that meets your everyday needs. Choosing the most fuel-efficient and appropriate size of vehicle, driving in a fuel-efficient manner, using your vehicle only when needed and following the manufacturer's operation and maintenance recommendations for your vehicle can save you fuel and money, and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.
The more aerodynamic, sleek and light it is the more efficient it will be.
It would depend on what, how and where you are driving. Fuel consumption depends on the size of the engine, the size of the vehicle, maintenance and other factors. Small cars would have much less fuel consumption than half-ton pick-up trucks. If you drive even an hour each day, the difference in fuel consumption between a fuel efficient vehicle and one that is not would make a noticeable difference in the amount spent on fuel. In order to know approximately how much fuel your vehicle uses, check the owner's manual.
Depends entirely on the fuel consumption of the vehicle, and speed of travel.
There are several causes for high fuel consumption in a diesel engine. These include a difference in the weight of the vehicle, increased usage of air conditioning, and a difference in tire pressure.
No, in the rockets that NASA uses to launch vehicles into space they use liquid oxygen, as well as liquid hydrogen as rocket fuel.
Richard Stone has written: 'Motor vehicle fuel economy' -- subject(s): Fuel consumption, Motor vehicles
The number of litres depends entirely on the fuel consumption of the vehicle !
Fuel consumption of a vehicle does not depend directly on its price!
The average fuel consumption of the 2006 Honda Accord is 10 km per liter of fuel. This includes in calculation the fuel consumption in crowded areas and the fuel consumption in regular areas.
No it does not affect fuel consumption.
It will not increase fuel consumption.
The average fuel consumption level of a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle varies depending on the speed at which the vehicle is travelling. The fuel consumption at constant speeds on top gear on flat concrete range from 17.7 l/100km at 50 mph to 27.5 l/100 km at 112 mph.
Without knowing the expected fuel consumption of the vehicle, the question is invalid.
That depends exclusively on what vehicle you're using - and what it's fuel consumption is !