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I have a 2004 - they get 17 MPG approximate in city, with 20MPG on the HWY. I love mine!

Q: How many miles per gallon is used in a mercury mountaineer premium 2005?

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I get about 21 mpg to my 93 mercury tracer it has 83,000 miles.

(835 miles) x (1 gallon/20 miles) x (3.75 bux/gallon) = $ 156.56

10.3 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 10.3/20 = 0.515 gallons.@ 3.96 a gallon that will cost 2.04 (approx).10.3 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 10.3/20 = 0.515 gallons.@ 3.96 a gallon that will cost 2.04 (approx).10.3 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 10.3/20 = 0.515 gallons.@ 3.96 a gallon that will cost 2.04 (approx).10.3 miles @ 20 miles per gallon = 10.3/20 = 0.515 gallons.@ 3.96 a gallon that will cost 2.04 (approx).

(1,100 miles) x (1 gallon/28 miles) x ($4/gallon) = $157.143 (rounded)

Total trip mileage = 758. MPG 14 miles per gallon. 758 miles * 1 gallon/14 miles = 54.14 gallons $3.20 per gallon * 54.14 gallons = $173.25

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I get about 21 mpg to my 93 mercury tracer it has 83,000 miles.

Yes.

Rate (miles/gal) = distance (miles) / volume (gallons) so Volume (gallons ) = distance / rate if the rate of use age is 20 miles per gallon volume = 1309 / 20 = 65.45 gallons

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I get 25/33 mpg

The manual will state when to perform tuneup.