Imperial MPG

Imperial MPG

The Fuel economy of an automobile is the fuel efficiency relationship between the distance traveled and the amount of fuel consumed by the vehicle.

There are no quantities or units for fuel usage defined in the International Standard ISO 80000 Quantities and Units, so the nationally-defined reciprocal quantities fuel economy and fuel consumption are used in this article.

Read more about Imperial MPG:  Units of Measure, Fuel Economy Statistics, Fuel Economy Standards and Testing Procedures, Energy Considerations, Units, Conversion Tables

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Imperial MPG - Conversion Tables - Conversion From Km/l and L/100 Km
... l/100 km km/l MPG (US) MPG (Imp.) 1 100.0 235.2 282.5 2 50.0 117.6 141.2 3 33.3 78.4 94.2 4 25.0 58.8 70.6 5 20.0 47.0 56.5 6 16.7 39.2 47.1 7 14.3 33.6 40.4 8 12.5 29.4 ...

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