Amanda R. answered • 02/08/16

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Take a look at the way the fuel information is presented. For the mpg values the number represents the distance travelled on a certain amount of fuel. In the other values you are seeing the amount of fuel used over a certain distance.

miles (distance)/gallon (volume of fuel)

liters (volume of fuel)/100km (distance)

Hope this helps.

Amanda R.

Since you want fuel economy you would want to compare numbers that show the fuel usages to get the most direct answer. You could also convert the mpg values to gallons per mile.

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