just finished my routine commute which is about 35 miles and non highway but 2 lanes and semi heavy doing mostly about 45mph (im not one of those idiots who drives the posted limit im usually 10-15 over)
but 99% of the time i was within the green
0-60 MPH 3.4 sec.
1/4 MILE 12.16 sec. @ 106.70 mph
1000 smiles per hour
glad it took you nearly 20 minutes to retort cause you realized i blew your gook bike bullshit out
have fun constantly afraid for your life then editing only the parts where you seem like a badass to your youtube channel flipping people off
ill be in my climate controlled car getting the same MPG barely touching the wheel and not being pulled over by cops because both hands arent on the wheel or wearing something impractical in case i fall off
>3300 pounds station wagon with a 6 speed manual that has enough room to sleep in as well as haul tons of crap
>2500 pound hybrid city car with a CVT riding on bicycle tires
what amazing technology :^)
single digit ehm pee geez but i can fit 5 bitches and myself in the car thanks to superior bench seats
This is a trip on one tank of gas. Fuel tank is 1.4 gallons so you do the math.
This isn't even my best. This one had lots of stop & go traffic. If it's a straight shot I can easily get over 160 miles out of a single tank.
i go to work in some relaxed fit jeans, sneakers, a shirt an button down half awake with maybe 2-3 fingers touching the wheel at a time as i cruise to work
can i do that on your lifeinotherpeopleshands machine?
49 mpg on the freeway.
$2500 for 115k mile car.
Thinking of getting a Prius c. I want a newer car
I can get 45mpgs faggot. And I don't have to wait through 3 light cycles in heavy traffic at a red light.
I average like 28mpg though because muh brap
>not doing 67mpg combined if driven carefully
>not doing 80mpg if motorway
Just standardise that shit, you muricans.
Anyway, it supposedly does 3,5l/100 combined, 4,4l/100 city and 2,9l/100 highway.
Suffice to say I myself can't do that. I'm always on the 6,5l/100 mark only doing city.
But I do know people who can get 3,3l/100 combined.
My 12 year old Renault Twingo usually gets about 47 mpg when I'm driving normally and my record was 58.8 mpg. And that's US gallons. Enjoy your fuel saving hybrid technology nigga.
Well shit, I messed up the calculation by using some fucked up website. Here are the correct numbers: 42.8 normally, 54.7 on an economy run. Still impressive for a 12 year old car that I'm barely taking care of
105MPG here, i laugh in the face of 55MPG gas guzzlers
they were designed to be economical, if you start messing around with sports exhausts,cylinder kits and carbs you might get 70mph but you'll drop to around 50mpg.
this one is restored to factory standard and will regularly get me 105mpg, it struggles to do more than 45mph.
so you can arrive quickly whilst i arrive in style
that one's a 1966 Vespa Sportique