# Fuel consumption converter

The fuel consumption converter will help you find out in one click, what is the value of fuel consumption in other world calculation systems.

## Fuel consumption

Metric system
Liter per 100 km (l / 100km)
Km per liter (km / l)
British measure
Mile per British gallon
100 miles British Gallon
Mile per liter
Liter per 100 miles
American system
Mpg
100 miles gallon

Specific fuel consumption - a unit of measure used in freight and passenger transportation and indicating the consumption of a unit of fuel per unit of power over a distance of one kilometer or per hour (or second) - for example, 166 g / hp.h. or "Cruise specific fuel consumption: 0.649 kg / kg / h." Fuel consumption figures are one of the key parameters for a car. Using the fuel consumption converter, it is possible to determine with maximum accuracy what the gasoline consumption in liters per 100 km is, if we convert it to liters per 100 miles, as is commonly believed, for example, in the USA. How to use: There are two ways to use the fuel consumption converter. 1. Suppose you want to buy a used car in a country where fuel consumption is considered to be in liters or gallons per 100 miles. To understand how much the engine will consume in the usual calculation system, use the available data and enter a number in the appropriate field. For example, a car consumes 3.5 British gallons per 100 miles. Insert or write the number 3.5 in the field of the same name (on the left side of the converter you can choose a convenient option for the separator between the numbers). Press Enter. You will see the desired number opposite the line “Liter per 100 km”. 2. Knowing how much a car consumes liters of fuel at a given distance, you can find out how many kilometers you can drive by filling a tank with a specific volume. For example, the flow rate is 11 l / 100 km - indicate this value in the “Liter per 100 km” field and press “Enter”. You will find out how many kilometers you can drive per 1 liter of fuel by the number in the "Km per liter" field.