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## How do you calculate km per litre on a motorcycle?

The very basic formula of calculating mileage in KMPL is **Distance travelled in Kms / Amount of fuel used in litres**. For example, if you ride your bike for 100 km with 5 litres of fuel, the mileage of your bike is 100km/5 litre i.e, 20 km per litre.

## What is the average fuel consumption of a motorcycle?

Most Fuel Efficient Motorcycle in Philippines Did **129.87 km/L**.

## What is the formula to calculate fuel consumption?

Fill the tank again and note the number of litres put in. Divide the number of miles driven by the amount of fuel used in litres (miles per litre) To convert the figure to miles **per gallon multiply it by 4.544**.

## What is the average km per Litre?

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. Your driving habits also impact how efficiently your vehicle will use its fuel.

## How far can a car travel with 1 Litre of petrol?

The actual formula to get km per litre is 100 divided by 8 = 12.5 (Your car will give you **12.5 km** on one litre).

## Which is the most fuel-efficient motorcycle?

The most fuel efficient motorcycles

Model | l/100km | |
---|---|---|

1 | Honda Super Cub C125 (19) |
1,9 |

2 | Honda Z 125 MA (12) | 2,0 |

3 | Honda Innova (184) | 2,0 |

4 | Honda Wave 110i (65) | 2,0 |

## Do motorcycles consume less fuel?

**Motorcycles are more fuel-efficient than cars**. Many consume less than four litres of fuel per 100km — outperforming even the most fuel-efficient hybrid cars. This can save a motorcyclist literally thousands of dollars a year in fuel costs.

## Which bike has highest mileage?

Here is the List of 8 Best Mileage Bikes in India July’ 21

Model | Mileage | Ex-showroom Price |
---|---|---|

Bajaj Platina 100 |
80 kmpl | Rs. 55,053* (Mumbai) |

Bajaj Platina 110 | 80 kmpl | Rs. 62,899* (Mumbai) |

Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear | 76.82 kmpl | Rs. 64,301* (Mumbai) |

Bajaj Pulsar 125 | 55 kmpl* | Rs. 74,387* (Mumbai) |

## How do I calculate Litres per 100km?

Litres per 100km (l/100km)

The calculation is: **litres / distance * 100 = l/100km**. For example: 57 litres / 635 km * 100 = 8.98l/100km. If you know the price of fuel, then you can simply multiply the price per litre by the result and that gives you your cost per 100km.

## How do you calculate fuel per hour?

Calculate your **average speed by dividing the number of miles you traveled by how long it took you**. For example, if you traveled 200 miles and it took you 4 hours, then 200 / 4 = 50 miles an hour on average. Divide your average speed by the miles per gallon to find how many gallons per hour of fuel you’re burning.

## How do you calculate km per Litre?

Liters per 100 kilometers

To convert this to kilometers per liter, simply **divide 100 by the number of liters next to the “l”**. So, if my reading says 6l/100km, that’s 100 divided by 6, which equals to 16.6 kilometers per liter (km/L).