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# What is fuel consuption in liters per kilometer per ton?

###### 2007-05-13 15:04:41

that all depends on what vehicle, what engine. what gears,and what terrain you have

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The term liters per kilometer is the metric version of fuel economy; like miles per gallon in the United States.

None if you are cycling! The answer will depend on the fuel efficiency of your mode of transport!

It will get 24 mpg city and 31 mpg highway. That equates to 38.6 kilometers per 3.79 liters of fuel city and 49.9 kilometer per 3.79 liters of fuel highway. So, to go 100 kilometers will require 7.6 liters of highway driving.

Use this formula to convert mpg to liters per km: mpg x 2.352 = liters per kilometer * * * * * Correction, since the two measures are inversely related: liters per kilometer = 2.352/mpg (US)

It would not even consume one liter per kilometer. The fuel mileage depends on the year and engine size. Expect 14 MPG city and 21 MPG highway on a new V8 Expedition.

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