My 1972 SS with a 350 gets about 16/17 mpg
About 10 MPG. if your lucky.
11-14 depending on how your drive it.
i need to no the color codes to a 1976 el camino ignition
Gets decent gas mileage, 18-24mpg. Plus the stock motor has some amazing power and a top speed 140mphish.
18 City stop and go traffic and with A/C. 22 Straight highway driving.
With the 4.3L: 15 city, 20 highway. With the 5.0L: 14 city, 17 highway
I have an 86 with a 4.3 and it regularly gets 21 - 23 miles per gallon combined (city/hwy). I can't answer for the 5.0
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.
probably around 12 mpg if you drive it well ... less if you do fast starts
According to ElCaminoCentral.com 15 city and 22 hyway for the V6 3.8 engine.
The gas mileage for a station wagon is about 20 mpg highway. If you're looking for better mileage, look for a hybrid or a sedan. They offer better mileage than station wagons
17.5 mpg. Loaded, up an down hill.
Mine gets about 52.
roughly 28 to 30 mpg ,totally stock unaltered engine
About 17 mpg (city)
It ain't good. i have a v-6 with air. When the air is on the highway, i get about 15 and about 19 with it off. in the city, i don't want to know.
15 to 18mpg
18-29 miles per gallon
The combination of highway gas mileage and city (stop and start) mileage.
The Gas Mileage Bible is an entire book of different methods for improving gas mileage.
No; friction decreases gas mileage.
PER G.M. REPS; CITY 17M.P.G / HIGHWAY 24 M.P.G. = AVERAGE 20 M.P.G.- 2/14/2008