# How many miles can you put in a 26 gallon tank?

## How many miles can you put in a 26 gallon tank?

This means that the trucks with the 23-gallon fuel tank can go 460 miles in the city and 575 miles on the highway. The trucks with the 26-gallon fuel tank can go 520 miles in the city, and 650 miles on the highway.

**How far can you go on 25 gallons of gas?**

If a car travels 340 miles on 20 gallons of gas, it can travel 425 miles on 25 gallons of gas.

**How good is 26 miles per gallon?**

22-26 mpg is normal.

### How many miles can 20 gallons go?

For example, assume your vehicle’s gas tank can hold 20 gallons of gas. 23 x 20 = 460 miles. This figure represents the distance you can expect to go in your vehicle on a tank of gas.

**What cars have a 26 gallon tank?**

Both the Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado are right on the 26-gallon mark. Ford Super Duty truck tanks range from 26 to 37.5 gallons, and Dodge Ram trucks varies from 34 to 38 gallons.

**How many miles does a 10 mpg tank get?**

If that is on a 100-gallon tank at 10 MPG, that will get you another 100 to 150 miles. The improvements are much greater for more fuel-efficient vehicles. When you accelerate, your fuel economy goes out the window. If you accelerate quickly and often, it drops dramatically.

## How many miles per gallon does an RV get?

Gas Tank Size: Miles Per Gallon (MPG) Distance RV Can Travel on a Single Tank: Class A: 80 to 150 Gallons: 7 to 13 MPG: 560 to 1,950 Miles: Class B: 25 Gallons: 18 to 25 MPG: 450 to 625 Miles: Class C: 24 to 55 Gallons: 14 to 18 MPG: 336 to 990 Miles

**How many miles can you go with 30 gallons of gas?**

But you aren’t going to be able use every last drop of gas before you refill so say you use 30 gallons and refill when you have about 1/4 of a tank left. That means you can go about 300 miles before you have to refill. 30 gal x 10 mpg = 300 miles.

**How many gallons are in a 40 gallon tank?**

So if you have 869.1 miles divided by 10 mpg you get 86.91 gallons. Since you have a 40 gallon tank you are going to need 2 full tanks and 6.91/40ths of a tank or say 7/40 or if you get a bit worse mpg maybe another 1/4 of a tank.

### What’s the average gas mileage on a 100 gallon tank?

Anything higher than that encounters too much air resistance and your gas mileage drops dramatically. The expected savings on a car is 10 to 15 percent. If that is on a 100-gallon tank at 10 MPG, that will get you another 100 to 150 miles.

But you aren’t going to be able use every last drop of gas before you refill so say you use 30 gallons and refill when you have about 1/4 of a tank left. That means you can go about 300 miles before you have to refill. 30 gal x 10 mpg = 300 miles.

So if you have 869.1 miles divided by 10 mpg you get 86.91 gallons. Since you have a 40 gallon tank you are going to need 2 full tanks and 6.91/40ths of a tank or say 7/40 or if you get a bit worse mpg maybe another 1/4 of a tank.