The term liters per kilometer is the metric version of fuel economy; like miles per gallon in the United States.
None if you are cycling! The answer will depend on the fuel efficiency of your mode of transport!
It will get 24 mpg city and 31 mpg highway. That equates to 38.6 kilometers per 3.79 liters of fuel city and 49.9 kilometer per 3.79 liters of fuel highway. So, to go 100 kilometers will require 7.6 liters of highway driving.
Use this formula to convert mpg to liters per km: mpg x 2.352 = liters per kilometer* * * * *Correction, since the two measures are inversely related:liters per kilometer = 2.352/mpg (US)
It would not even consume one liter per kilometer. The fuel mileage depends on the year and engine size. Expect 14 MPG city and 21 MPG highway on a new V8 Expedition.
Based upon ferry range, the A340-300 (the most common version) burn 9.6 liters of jet fuel per kilometer. That's more than the fuel burn of the Boeing 777-200 (its competitor) that burns only 8.9 liters of jet fuel per hour.
Fuel is sold by the liter in South Africa not by the kilometer.
You can't. Liters are a unit of volume; kilometers are a unit of distance. Perhaps you mean cubic meters per hour...
1 liter per kilometer equates to about 2.35 miles per gallon.
22.19 liters per 100km
A plane like a Boeing 747 uses approximately 1 gallon of fuel (about 4 liters) every second. Over the course of a 10-hour flight, it might burn 36,000 gallons (150,000 liters). According to Boeing's Web site, the 747 burns approximately 5 gallons of fuel per mile (12 liters per kilometer).
A plane like a Boeing 747 uses approximately 1 gallon of fuel (about 4 liters) every second.According to Boeing's Web site, the 747 burns approximately 5 gallons of fuel per mile (12 liters per kilometer). [See related link]Different variants with different specifications and engines will alter slightly but the general
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To determine fuel economy
The airline says the plane burns just 3.1 liters of fuel per passenger per 100 kilometers (a little more than three quarts of fuel per passenger every 60 miles).
1,000 liters per cubic meter.
191.3 km on 10.00 liters of fuel @45 miles per gallon.
1 litre for 1 km
This intercontinental long range plane burns 5 to 6 litres of fuel per second during take off until it reaches 3000 ft then 3 to 4 liters per second until it reaches cruising level at 35000 ft where it burns 1 to 2 liters of fuel per second. These values are approximate. In her fuel tanks she carries 80000 liters of fuel.
considering average mles pr km it would normally get 24,224.7km per 3800 liters of fuel
The fuel consumption for a Landcruiser 100 Series can vary by vehicle but it seems the average fuel consumption is 16.7 Liters per 100kms and/or 13.88 Liters per 100kms and also depending on the road and speed.
yamaha ybr 125, How much is the fuel consumption per 01 Litter in kilometer ?