Miles per gallon calculator

Estimate your car’s real miles per gallon (MPG) in few clicks

Fill the tank, check the miles. Next time check the fuel used and mileage difference since last fill-up

Distance in miles
Liters of fuel used
Cost per US gallon

Miles per US Gallon (MPG) = 0
Km per Liter (KPL) = 0
Liter per 100km = 0
Km per US Gallon (KPG) = 0
Miles per Liter (MPL) = 0
Trip price = 0
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Vehicle Minimum Paid Maximum Paid
Ford - Expedition, 2003 525 3700
Dodge Avenger, 2012 475 4700
Acura TL, 2000 525 1900
Hyundai Elantra, 2015 975 7500
Saturn SL, 2002 475 1900
Hyundai Sonata, 2008 650 2100
Saturn SC, 1999 275 1100
Ford Econoline Vans, 1986 950 3200
Buick Park Avenue, 1991 575 2300
Cadillac CTS, 2007 375 750
Saturn Ion, 2005 325 1900
Toyota Pickup, 1991 475 2900
Ford - E350, 1986 375 1025
Chevrolet - Van, 1982 350 1400
Jeep Cherokee, 2007 450 3690
Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 1975 275 1100
Lincoln Continental, 1988 550 2100
Toyota Camry, 2004 425 1900
MINI Cooper S, 2004 525 7500
Buick LeSabre, 1973 250 1350
GMC Van, 2001 350 1900
Ford - E350 Super Duty, 1987 450 1200
Acura CL, 1989 375 900
Chevrolet TrailBlazer, 2005 435 2100
Honda Passport, 2004 325 1900
Volkswagen Routan, 2011 450 2700
Jeep Cherokee, 2003 350 1750
Nissan Sentra, 2004 375 1600
Mazda Mazda3, 2004 650 1900
Chevrolet Traverse, 2008 375 4175
Mercedes-Benz E (all), 2010 525 5250
Toyota Sienna, 2000 425 2300
GMC Sonoma, 1998 775 4750
Am General Hummer, 1990 425 975
Chevrolet - Van, 1991 650 2300
Dodge Magnum, 1979 375 2225
Nissan Maxima, 2004 625 3200
Ford Escort, 2002 450 1900
Mitsubishi Lancer, 2003 550 2100
Ford Taurus X, 1990 325 1100
Nissan Maxima, 2022 425 1900
BMW - 325, 2004 475 3250
Isuzu Amigo, 2011 275 1050
Nissan Versa, 2007 325 2350
Porsche Cayenne, 2005 950 12750
Avanti Motors Avanti, 1981 350 1900
Toyota Avalon, 2001 450 3500
Volvo Coupe, 2007 325 2100
RAM 1500, 2012 1200 4500
Hyundai Elantra, 2006 425 2300
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Average MPG by Most Popular US Cars

Fuel economy is one of the key factors to consider when buying a vehicle, in addition to the comfort, price, safety, and modern design of your new four-wheel companion. So, when you’ve made up your mind about how much money you are ready to spend on your purchase, it’s also worth looking into mileage per gallon (MPG), since this figure will directly impact your vehicle’s running cost.  

The miles per gallon calculator is a smart online tool that will enable you to estimate fuel consumption when planning your next trip or breaking down monthly costs. Likewise, knowing the gas mileage is essential to calculate the petrol volume you need to drive a specific distance. Otherwise, there is a great risk of getting stuck somewhere in the middle of the road with an empty tank. 

The table below outlines the average MPG rates for the most popular cars in the US in 2022.

Car Model

Highway MPG

City MPG

Honda Accord

38

30

Ford F-Series Pickup

25

25

Ram 1500

31

20

Honda Civic 

42

33

Toyota Camry

39

28

Nissan Altima

39

28

Toyota Corolla 

40

31

Chevrolet Silverado 

31

23

Chevrolet Malibu

36

29

Ford Fusion 

34

23

Hyundai Sonata

34

28

What Affects the Car’s MPG

An MPG calculator relies on distance, fuel volume, and fuel cost, and works as a real mileage estimator for specific situations. Obviously enough, the higher the MPG, the higher the fuel efficiency rate.

In the meantime, the average MPG rate varies by car make, model, year, and age, and depends on driving speed. Thus, driving on a highway at a consistent speed will reduce fuel usage, and stop-and-go city traffic will produce the opposite result. However, there are a number of other factors and aspects that impact fuel efficiency:

  • Driving style: Aggressive and speedy driving, as well as intermittent braking and acceleration, will noticeably increase fuel consumption (up to 30%) and reduce your gas mileage accordingly;
  • Driving distance: Short distance drives will eat up more gas since it takes energy and time for your vehicle’s engine to warm up. For a comparison, lengthy trips are more cost-effective; 
  • Car maintenance: Regular and diligent car maintenance is the key to avoiding and preventing many problems with your vehicle. The same is true for optimizing fuel consumption. By changing oils, filters, and brake pads and cleaning filters, injectors, and sensors in time, you’ll naturally maximize the MPG rate;
  • Tires condition: Low tire pressure and worn tires work to increase road friction and make the engine consume more fuel to accelerate and maintain speed. Keep an eye on your tires’ condition to maintain fuel efficiency; 
  • Oil quality: By reducing the engine friction and taking care of engine parts, proper oil matters for your gas mileage as well. Synthetic oils changed on a regular basis will help level up the MPG; 
  • Climate and weather conditions: In cold weather, you need to heat your vehicle before heading on a trip. This will take more fuel accordingly. Hence, those who live in regions with a harsh cold climate report reduced gas mileage for their vehicles; 
  • Engine damage: Worn out or damaged engine parts and elements might drastically reduce the engine performance and cause a significant fuel consumption increase. Maintain your engine in a good serviceable condition to keep your gas mileage high;
  • Added loads: A vehicle loaded with passengers and cargo or towing a trailer or caravan will consume more fuel than the same vehicle driven empty. 

How to Calculate Miles per Gallon

Miles per gallon, or MPG, rate is the indicator of your vehicle’s gas efficiency. Though the actual gas mileage is influenced by many factors, you can calculate an average figure on your own or by using an MPG cost calculator.   

Before doing any calculations, you need to have the following info at hand:

  • Driven mileage;
  • Consumed fuel in gallons.

You can either take an estimated distance and average gas consumption rate, or make actual measurements by recording how much fuel your vehicle consumes when driving a certain distance.

The general calculation formula is as follows:

Miles Traveled / Gallons Used = Miles per Gallon

Meanwhile, an average MPG calculator will save you the trouble of doing the math and help you plan your trips and calculate car-related expenses in a more efficient manner. Besides, you’ll be able to calculate not only in miles and gallons but also in liters and kilometers. 

Consider Selling Your Totaled Car to JunkCarsUS

If you notice that your vehicle eats up too much fuel and no tweaks help, it might be the right time to switch to a new model or even consider buying an electric car. And JunkCarsUS will readily buy your old vehicle, whatever its state. 

Whether you seek to sell your fire-damaged car or even a heavily damaged vehicle after a serious car crash or collision, feel free to contact us. And you can use our total loss value car calculator to get an initial price estimate. 

FAQ

How do I figure miles per gallon?

There are two options in front of you. You can use the average miles per gallon calculator or you can calculate the gas mileage on your own by:

  1. Recording the mileage driven;
  2. Figuring out the fuel gallons used to cover the above distance;
  3. Diving the mileage by gallons to get an MPG rate for that trip.

How do I know my fuel tank volume?

Depending on your car size, it has a 12 to 16-gallon tank. To know for sure, you can refer to the owner manual for your vehicle or simply google your car make and model.

How to increase my car’s MPG rate?

Car manufacturers normally specify the average MPG rates for highways and city drives. Yet, those figures can change under the impact of multiple other factors. To improve your gas mileage and maintain it at an optimal level, watch your driving style and ensure your vehicle is in a serviceable condition and is duly maintained.

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