## Is 15km L good fuel consumption?

Anything that is listed as less than 6-litres/100km or more than 16.5km/1-litre is considered to be pretty good.

### How do you convert km L to KM L?

Enter the fuel economy in kilometers per liter below to get the value converted to liters per 100 kilometers….Kilometer Per Liter to Liter Per 100 Kilometers Conversion Table.

Kilometers Per Liter | Liters Per 100 Kilometers |
---|---|

6 km/L | 16.67 L/100km |

7 km/L | 14.29 L/100km |

8 km/L | 12.5 L/100km |

9 km/L | 11.11 L/100km |

**Is it l km or km L?**

Kilometers per liter can be abbreviated as km/L, and are also sometimes abbreviated as kpl or kmpl. For example, 1 kilometer per liter can be written as 1 km/L, 1 kpl, or 1 kmpl.

**How many liters are used per km?**

The actual formula to get km per litre is 100 divided by 8 = 12.5, meaning that your car will give you 12.5 km on one litre.

## Is 11l 100km good?

In general, 5 to 8 litres per 100 km would be considered a good fuel efficiency, 8 to 12 litres per 100 km would be average, and more than 12 litres per 100 km would be considered a relatively low fuel efficiency.

### How far can you drive with 1 Litre petrol?

It depends on the fuel economy of the vehicle. Generally two wheeler petrol vehicle run almost 40 km in 1 liter. Hero- Honda splendor vehicle run almost 60 km in 1 liter. Four wheeler vehicle run almost 15-20 km in 1 liter.

**How much fuel does a 2.0 L engine use?**

If a four-cylinder engine is described as a 2.0-litre, this means each piston can compress roughly 500cc of fuel and air into the combustion chamber every revolution the engine turns.

**How far can a car go on one litre of petrol?**

A normal four wheeler vehicle will give you around 15–20 kms per litre in avg city traffic conditions with a 1.0 or 1.2 litre engine.

## How do you calculate fuel?

Fuel = Distance / Consumptionmpg For example, if the distance is 500 miles and consumption is 20 miles per gallon, then the fuel you will need for the entire distance is 500 / 20 = 25 gallons.

### Which speed saves fuel?

55-65mph

The Energy Saving Trust says that the most efficient speed you can travel in a car in terms of achieving the best fuel economy is 55-65mph. Any faster, though, and the fuel efficiency decreases rapidly. For example, driving at 85mph uses 40% more fuel than at 70mph (oh, and it’s illegal too).