In pure NYC city bumper to bumper driving with red lites and stop signs ever three blocks: 8.5 to 9.5 mpg. If you can crack 10 mpg never give the car away. Highway with cruise and steady riding it can jump to the mid 20s mpg Like was said, if it lives at a dead stop or at the dragstrip, expect 10 tops. On long highway trips, I have averaged 33mpg with my car plus over 700lbs of passengers and luggage.
According to www . fuel economy . gov ( no spaces ) The 1995 Lincoln Continental with the 4.6 liter V8 engine gets ( 15 city / 23 highway ) miles per U.S. gallon
Most cars get 27 miles per gallon. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ AWD with a 4 cylinder gets between 22 and 30 miles per gallon. The same car with a 6 cylinder gets between 18 and 26 miles per gallon. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ FWD with a 4 cylinder gets between 22 and 33 miles per gallon. The same car with a 4 cylinder gets between 19 and 28 miles per gallon. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid gets 45 miles per gallon and is the best bang for the buck.
I would say it gets about 12 miles per gallon.
The 2000 Lincoln LS with the 3.0 liter V6 engine gets 22 / 23 miles to the U.S. gallon on the highway.
Mine gets about 15 to 17 with the 3.2 liter
a regular car gets about 20 to 28 miles per gallon
The 1989 Honda Accord gets 21 miles per gallon in the city. It gets 27 miles per gallon on the highway. It has a combined rating of 23 miles per gallon.
The 1995 Isuzu Rodeo has a curb weight of 4,110 pounds. The vehicle gets 15 miles per gallon in the city and 18 miles per gallon on the highway.
The 1995 Honda Civic is blue book valued at around $1500. It gets 40 city miles per gallon and 45 highway miles per gallon. It has driver and passenger airbags. It seats five people.
The Toyota Prius gets the most miles to the gallon. It averages 45 on the highway and 48 in the city.
The 1993 Chevy Suburban gets 11 miles per gallon when driving in the city. This model gets 16 miles per gallon on the highway.
The CXT gets 8-10 miles per gallon, and has a 70 gallon tank. That may be your best choice.
The miles per gallon that an El Camino gets depends on the size of the engine. An El Camino with a Chevy 350 gets about 22 miles per gallon.
If your car gets 36.5 miles per gallon you are getting about 9.642 miles per liter.
The 1999 Ford Expedition gets about 16 miles per gallon at its very best. On average this vehicle gets 12 miles per gallon in city traffic.
The 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS gets 19 miles per gallon in the city. On the highway this model car gets 25 miles per gallon.
We have same make and model. It gets 30 miles to the gallon.
A 15 passenger van usually gets 15 miles per gallon in the city. It gets about 20 miles on the highway.
My 95 Century station wagon gets 22-25 mpg in city driving and up to 29mpg on the highway.
What's the average miles per gallon of the car? If a car gets 30 miles per gallon, it will use less petrol than a car that gets 20 miles per gallon. without knowlege of the miles per gallon, this guestion really can not be answered, because all cars have different miles per gallon.
Anecdotal repots suggest it gets around 15 miles per gallon.
Mine gets about 13 miles to the gallon.
The 2010 Honda CR-V gets 28 miles to the gallon on the highway. It gets 21 miles to the gallon in the city.
According to Edmunds, a BMW x5 gets an average of 14 miles per gallon. It gets an average of 12 miles per gallon city and 17 miles per gallon highway.
(1,100 miles) x (1 gallon/28 miles) x ($4/gallon) = $157.143 (rounded)