# How many Litres of fuel are in a kilometer?

## How many Litres of fuel are in a kilometer?

Anything that is listed as less than 6-litres/100km or more than 16.5km/1-litre is considered to be pretty good. The first (and most common) reference is litres per 100km (litres/100km). This is how many litres of fuel the car needs in order to travel 100km.

## How many kilometers can you travel on 1 liter of fuel?

Can’t be answered, as it depends on the fuel efficiency of the vehicle. If we restrict ourselves to cars, anything from 8 to 25. How many kilometers can you travel on 1 liter of fuel with a Toyota Yaris?

**How to convert miles per gallon to fuel consumption?**

Use this fuel consumption converter to convert instantly between kilometers per liter, liters per 100 km, miles per gallon and other metric and imperial fuel consumption units. Like this? Please share Please help me spread the word by sharing this with friends or on your website/blog.

**What does it mean to use fewer liters per km?**

The amount of fuel used per unit distance. Lower values mean better fuel economy: you use less fuel to travel the same distance. Type the number of Liters per km (l/km) you want to convert in the text box, to see the results in the table.

### How much fuel do you need to drive 500 miles?

Fuel = Distance / Consumption mpg. 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.

### How many liters of fuel per 100 km?

The default values are for distance 200 km, volume 200 liter and consumption 10 liter/100 km. Download and print scalable Fuel Consumption Chart!

Fuel = Distance / Consumption mpg. 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.

**How to calculate the amount of fuel needed for a trip?**

In order to calculate the amount of fuel for a given trip using our fuel cost calculator or otherwise, you need to know the total distance you will be covering and the expected average fuel consumption of your vehicle. It works the same way for cars, trucks, buses, vans, SUVs, and even boats and planes.

**Which is better miles per gallon or gallons per 100 kilometers?**

In terms of fuel consumption, it is very versatile as it accepts: miles per gallon, gallons per 100 miles, kilometers per liter and liters per 100 kilometers. In the US, miles per gallon and kilometers per liter would more frequently used, while in most of Europe the preferred metric would be liters to travel 100 km and gallons to cover 100 miles.