Originally posted by igor
are cannadian miles or gallons different from US ones? because that sounds ot of this world... beautiful
anyone can traslate this to US values?
yeah it doesn't sound right.
Canada uses metric system, which means Kilometers per Liter, instead of MPG.
Anyways here's the conversion
1 mi = 1.609 Km
1 Gal = 3.785 L
1.609 / 3.785 = 0.425
1 mpg = 0.425 Km/L
1 Km/L = 2.353 mpg
Attention Canadians... to do the conversion just multiply your Km/L by 2.353, and you get the correct equivalent mpg, so we can all speak the same language
I don't know what I get though, I don't drive my car much, so mpg are not a real concern for me at the moment. But I do know that I get around 350 mi on a full tank (highway)