How to Calculate Km Per Litre?


The metric standard method is calculating for the liter consumption per 100 kilometers. The lower the number you arrive at, the more efficient your engine is. A modern fuel-efficient vehicle consumes an average of 8 liters per 100 kilometers.
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How to Calculate Km Per Litre
In the United States, fuel consumption rates are expressed in miles per gallon. In Europe and other countries throughout the world, the accepted standard is kilometers per liter. If you need to calculate the fuel efficiency of your car in kilometers per... More »
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1. Fill your gas tank and mark down the number of kilometers on your odometer. If the dial readout is in miles, multiply the figure by 1.609 to convert it to kilometers. 2. Make note
Use this conversion: litres per 100km x. 235.2146 = miles per gallon. (US measure)
so I was bored. 1 miles = 1.609344 kilometers. _ 1 US gallon = 3.7854118 liters. 1 mpg = 0.42514370563329463917241447812891 km/l. so 70 mpg = 70 * 0.42514370563329463917241447812891
Hi David, That would be a maths calculation... if you Get 7 Kms in a 1 litre for 100 kms you would calculate = 100/7 = 14.28 Litres Is this what you were looking for..?? HTH... Saurabh
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