It depends on the size of the engine, the speed, style of riding (acceleration), how many riders, water conditions (waves), wind, etc. With my 110 HP engine jet ski I can make around 100 miles on a full 16 gallon tank, with an average speed around 35-40 mph. But if you're planning to go on a long trip, make sure you have gas station along the way and at least a gallon of gas in a container (in case you miscalculate the distance between refills).
25 miles per gallon is 10.6285927 kilometers per liter
Miles per gallon = distance/gallons 200/12.5 = 16 miles per gallon.
24.46 miles per gallon.
that depends on the car miles per gallon
A 747 gets slightly less than 1 mile per gallon of jet fuel.
Depends on what airplane the jet engine is mounted in.
Between 13 miles per gallon and 16 miles per gallon.
16.5 miles per gallon
52.27 miles per gallon
let's ask this question: what is the per head mpg of a Boeing 737 or Airbus 310?
5.8 miles per gallon
about 10 miles per gallon
About 21.4 miles per gallon. (300/14 = 21.4)
It varies by jet. There are also a number of factors that can affect a jet's range. But here's an example:Range for a Gulfstream V with Four Passengers: 6,425 Nautical Miles (NM)The Boeing B747 consumes about 25,000 LBs of fuel per Hour. Not sure how much that would be for 1 gallon. Assume it travels 200 Miles in 1 hour that works out to about 0.05 Miles per Gallon or about 250 feet per Gallon. But that is a wild estimate.
it can get 8 miles to the gallon