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 fueleconomy.gov or gas-mileage.us to dig deeper for the vehicles you want to compare.
Yes Saturn cars have very good gas mileage. They are compact and well made, they have good engineering work behind them that designed a good car with great gas mileage.
NO. Back then they didn't worry about gas mileage. GAS WAS CHEAP
An urban detour is a 3 wheeler stroller. I do not think it is considered as having gas mileage.
i honestly think that a charter bus has better gas mileage than a regular school bus a lot better gas mileage if i were to really answer this i would say yes a charter bus does have good gas mileage= ]
A good 4x4 small truck with good gas mileage is a Chevy or ford pickup truck. Those have always been some of the small 4x4 trucks that have had good gas mileage.
That would entirely depend on what you define as good gas mileage if you think around 24 MPG is good then yes
A 2011 Chevrolet Aveo gets pretty good gas mileage. It gets 35 MPG highway and gets 27 MPG in the city. It is considered to be an environmentally friendly car because if its good gas mileage.
Many companies charge for gas and mileage. It is a good idea to keep written records of the gas and mileage used during business hours.
The 2004 Infinity g35 does provide good gas mileage, in my opinion. It can run twenty-five miles on 1.25 gallons. I find this to be good gas mileage, but that may vary in other opinions.
No, that is pretty poor mileage.
One with good gas mileage.
A Ford Falcon gets similar gas mileage to other vehicles. The gas mileage is around 30 miles per gallon. Older Ford Falcons were not as good on gas as the newer Ford Falcons.
The Honda S2000 is considered to get moderate to good gas millage. It can get between 19 mpg to 24 mpg from city to highway and has an annual fuel cost of approximately $2900 US dollars.
Gas mileage for hybrid SUVs varies depending on the model of SUV and the manner in which the vehicle is driven. In general, hybrid SUVs have gas mileage rating comparable to or better than standard SUVs.
Yes, the Cadillac STS will get good gas mileage on the highway. It does however have a reputation for unreliability so another more reliable car would be a better choice.
The combination of highway gas mileage and city (stop and start) mileage.
It better not get good GAS MPG because the t444e is a diesel motor
Spoilers will usually have no difference on gas mileage what so ever.
The Gas Mileage Bible is an entire book of different methods for improving gas mileage.
The Honda Civic gets good gas mileage and tends to be about $14,000 new. Of course, if you get it used you could get it cheaper than that. The gas mileage varies depending on year and whether you are driving in town or on the highway.
If it burns less fuel it makes less carbon dioxide. Good gas mileage means that you need less fuel for your journeys.
Yes, Chevy conversion get good gas mileage but it's not best compare to japan van. You can search around to look for customer reviews and decide which best for you .
A Audi Q7 TDI has a good gas mileage. You only have to fill it up every 600 miles. Although you have to fill it up with diesel it still doesn't need to be filled up that often which is good.
No; friction decreases gas mileage.
The rate for mileage and for gas are completely different and is dependent upon the company in which you work. Gas is considered an expense and as such receipts for gas should be submitted to your company and you should be reimbursed for the actual amount of gas purchased if they don't pay mileage. Mileage includes everything from gas to wear and tear on your vehicle and the insurance you pay on your car. The current dollar rate per mile in the U.S. is 48 cents. That's also the amount you can claim on your taxes if you're not paid for gas or mileage by the company.