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What is considered good gas mileage?


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2015-07-17 17:51:34
2015-07-17 17:51:34

20 mpg is what you are getting, and many people would love to get that mileage.

A typical minivan will get 17-22, an SUV 11-16, a car 20-30, and a motorcycle 30-50mpg.

The mileage you are getting is pretty good, unless you have a very small van.

20-30 for a car is "standard" but I would not call it good!

Think about it. standard. Let's take a look at the REAALLLY GOOD GAS MILEAGE and go for the gusto. The hybrid cars (gas-electric) are pulling in 45city/52hwy mph.

yep and really good gas mileage for a scooter is cool since they can get 70mpg!! (only need 1 gallon to fill up the tank, great for city getting-arounds.

I consider anything under 20mpg to be poor and anything over 30mpg to be good. I guess that makes average about 25mpg in my book. VBD

The answer depends very much on the type of vehicle that you are speaking of. An "average" compact car will have a much different "average" than a family car. Try or to dig deeper for the vehicles you want to compare.


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