100km is 62.1 miles
Milage would be 14.89 miles per gallon
Grady its just a matter of finding the right price/ financing. I had a 2010 5.4 . Was 13 months old. Went in for an oil change and tire rotation and found out Local Fords had a 4 day 0% financing ,so basically just resigned papers and traded keys. We are going through this again here with a few Chev dealers offering same deals as are the Fords again. Now making room for 2013,s .. Don,t think i'm allowed near the dealer anymore though... as per the Boss(Wife) but thats ok i really like this truck.
One word of advice to any and all . If any of you are in SNOW country and really NEED SNOW tires. Don,t suggest going to the 20" rims. Did some enquiring on cost of snow tires to fit...1800.00 for 4 tires ,mount,balance .
Another option i asked about is separate 17" rims with Snow tires ,Rims mount and balance minus tire sensors(80.00) each also 1800.00. Yikes... We have snow and usually make due fine with a few sandbags and 4x4 and drive carefully but if i want to drive alot in the snow this may be an option i need to look at.
Ok Mike gotta throw this at you is that US gallons or Imperial there is a difference. thats where the calculator chart helps.
A litre is a litre but a Us gallon is smaller than a imperial gallon and yes km,s = X miles but thats where a conversion chart helps and i can't find mine.
Ohh wow guess im learning Here.. Didnt know Iimperial gallon and US gallon was different. Never herd of em LOL.
OK then more like
15.8L = 3.47 Imperal gallons
100Km is 61.1 miles
17.89 miles per Imperial Gallon? LOL
Ok thats getting better but still shy of the advertised 25 mpg i was told about ....even if thats highway we are still a ways off.
Thanks for the calculations just the same...
Are we converting from uk or European standard?
If uk then you are getting 13.
If European then almost 15.
Unless I'm reading something wrong?
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