# How many Kilometres can you travel per litre of petrol?

## How many Kilometres can you travel per 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).

**How many Litres of petrol does a bus take?**

Bus – The fuel tank of a full size bus can hold 227.125 litres or 60 gallons and the tank of a school bus can hold 132.48 litres or 35 gallons. Volvo bus has 3 fuel tanks with a capacity of 600 litres or 158.50 gallons.

**What is the mileage of a Volvo bus?**

The average mileage of the Volvo buses in BMTC is about 2.5-3 kmpl.

### Which bus is better Volvo or Scania?

Scania has a narrower body when compared to Volvo. The Scania Metrolink also looks a little taller that its competitor. Also, the windows on the Volvo are quite larger as compared to Scania. Both the buses are mounted with a rear engine, so there isn’t much on the exterior bit from a passenger point of view.

**How much fuel does a Volvo bus use?**

The fuel consumption was determined to in average 26 liter per 100 km (for the average speed of 60 km/h), including all idle and auxiliaries such as air conditioners and winter heaters. When Volvo Bus introduced the 13 liter engine in 2010 the forecast said an expected average fuel consumption decrease by 4-5% depending on the average speed.

**How many km can you travel on 1 liter of diesel?**

With a 200HP engine (2010 emission controls), the 90km/h fuel consumption is 35-39 L per 100km when rolling up moderate (3%) grades. Taking the worst fuel consumption of approx. 40l/100 km, then that is 2.5 km per litre. This is with a 7 tonne payload, and an empty weight of 8 tonne. Running empty saves some fuel, but not much.

#### How many liters does a bus run on?

I drive (volunteer) for a food distribution warehouse. With a 200HP engine (2010 emission controls), the 90km/h fuel consumption is 35-39 L per 100km when rolling up moderate (3%) grades. Taking the worst fuel consumption of approx. 40l/100 km, then that is 2.5 km per litre.

**How much fuel does a car use per 100 km?**

The breakthrough came with a new engine generation in combination with a new gearbox, the now a days legendary I-Shift. The fuel consumption was determined to in average 26 liter per 100 km (for the average speed of 60 km/h), including all idle and auxiliaries such as air conditioners and winter heaters.

The fuel consumption was determined to in average 26 liter per 100 km (for the average speed of 60 km/h), including all idle and auxiliaries such as air conditioners and winter heaters. When Volvo Bus introduced the 13 liter engine in 2010 the forecast said an expected average fuel consumption decrease by 4-5% depending on the average speed.

With a 200HP engine (2010 emission controls), the 90km/h fuel consumption is 35-39 L per 100km when rolling up moderate (3%) grades. Taking the worst fuel consumption of approx. 40l/100 km, then that is 2.5 km per litre. This is with a 7 tonne payload, and an empty weight of 8 tonne. Running empty saves some fuel, but not much.

I drive (volunteer) for a food distribution warehouse. With a 200HP engine (2010 emission controls), the 90km/h fuel consumption is 35-39 L per 100km when rolling up moderate (3%) grades. Taking the worst fuel consumption of approx. 40l/100 km, then that is 2.5 km per litre.

**How to calculate fuel consumption-liter / 100 km?**

Use the chart below to estimate fuel efficiency. The default values are for distance 200 km, volume 200 liter and consumption 10 liter/100 km. Download and print scalable Fuel Consumption Chart! Sorry to see that you are blocking ads on The Engineering ToolBox! • disabling your adblocker on The Engineering ToolBox! •• How to?