**30 MPG** ≈ **7.84 L/100km**, the **mpg to liters per km converter** is a **powerful** tool used for fuel efficiency measurements from **miles per gallon (MPG)** to **liters per kilometer (L/km)**.

**Sample conversions:**

**30 MPG**≈**7.84 L/100km****40 MPG**≈**5.88 L/100km****50 MPG**≈**4.70 L/100km**

**MPG** is commonly used in the **United States** and the **United Kingdom**, while **liters per kilometer** is more prevalent in countries that use the **metric system**. Note that many countries express fuel efficiency as **liters per 100 kilometers (L/100km)** rather than liters per kilometer.

## MPG to Liters Per KM Converter

**To convert miles per gallon (mpg) to liters per 100 kilometers (l/100km):** **l/100km = 235.2145 / mpg**

MPG | L/100km |
---|---|

35 | 6.72 |

30 | 7.84 |

40 | 5.88 |

20 | 11.76 |

50 | 4.70 |

25 | 9.41 |

22 | 10.69 |

MPG | Conversion Equation | L/100km (rounded to 2 decimal places) |
---|---|---|

20 | (235.215 / 20) * 100 | 11.76 |

25 | (235.215 / 25) * 100 | 9.41 |

30 | (235.215 / 30) * 100 | 7.84 |

35 | (235.215 / 35) * 100 | 6.72 |

40 | (235.215 / 40) * 100 | 5.88 |

45 | (235.215 / 45) * 100 | 5.23 |

50 | (235.215 / 50) * 100 | 4.70 |

55 | (235.215 / 55) * 100 | 4.28 |

60 | (235.215 / 60) * 100 | 3.92 |

## MPG to Liters Per KM Conversion Formula

The formula to convert **MPG to Liters Per KM** is:

**L/km = 235.215 / MPG**

To convert to the more common **L/100km**, multiply the result by **100**:

**L/100km = (235.215 / MPG) * 100**

The constant **235.215** is derived from the conversion factors between **miles**, **gallons**, **liters**, and **kilometers**.

### Example:

Let’s convert **35 MPG** to **L/km** and **L/100km**:

- L/km =
**235.215 / 35 = 6.72 L/km** - L/100km =
**(235.215 / 35) * 100 = 6.72 L/100km**

## How do you convert miles per gallon to liters per km?

To convert **miles per gallon** to **liters per km**, follow these **simple steps**:

- Take the
**MPG value**you want to convert. - Divide
**235.215**by this**MPG value**. - The result is the
**fuel consumption**in**liters per km**. - If you want
**liters per 100km**, multiply the result by**100**.

For example, let’s convert **45 MPG** to **L/km**:

- MPG value:
**45** **235.215 / 45 = 5.227 L/km****5.227 * 100 = 5.227 L/100km**

So, **45 MPG** is equivalent to **5.227 L/100km**.

## Convert MPG to liter per 100km

**To convert MPG to L/100km:**

- Use the formula:
**L/100km = (235.215 / MPG) * 100** - Round the result to
**two decimal places**for practical use.

This conversion takes into account that:

**1 mile = 1.60934 kilometers****1 gallon = 3.78541 liters**- We’re calculating for
**100 km**instead of**1 km**.

The constant **235.215** is derived from these conversions: **(3.78541 * 100) / 1.60934 ≈ 235.215**.

Converting **MPG to liters per 100km** is a **common** task when comparing fuel efficiency between **American** and **European vehicles**. The process involves not only converting between **imperial** and **metric units** but also inverting the **efficiency measure**.

In **MPG**, a **higher** number indicates **better** fuel efficiency. In **L/100km**, a **lower** number indicates **better** fuel efficiency.

## What is 30 MPG to 100km l?

Let’s convert **30 MPG** to **L/100km**:

- Apply the formula:
**L/100km = (235.215 / MPG) * 100** **L/100km = (235.215 / 30) * 100****L/100km = 7.84 L/100km**(rounded to two decimal places)

Therefore, **30 MPG is equivalent to 7.84 L/100km**.

This means that a vehicle consuming **30 miles per gallon** of fuel would use approximately **7.84 liters** of fuel to travel **100 kilometers**.

## What is 50 MPG to l 100?

To convert from **50 MPG** to **L/100km**:

- Use the formula:
**L/100km = (235.215 / MPG) * 100** **L/100km = (235.215 / 50) * 100****L/100km = 4.70 L/100km**(rounded to two decimal places)

Thus, **50 MPG is equivalent to 4.70 L/100km**.

A vehicle achieving **50 miles per gallon** would consume approximately **4.70 liters** of fuel per **100 kilometers**. This demonstrates that **50 MPG** represents **excellent fuel efficiency**, as the **L/100km value is quite low**.

## What is 40 MPG in litres?

When converting **40 MPG** to **liters**, we need to specify the **distance**, as **MPG** is a **rate** while **liters** is a **volume**. Let’s calculate for **100km** to maintain consistency with previous examples:

- Apply the formula:
**L/100km = (235.215 / MPG) * 100** **L/100km = (235.215 / 40) * 100****L/100km = 5.88 L/100km**(rounded to two decimal places)

Therefore, **40 MPG is equivalent to 5.88 L/100km**.

This means a vehicle rated at **40 MPG** would use approximately **5.88 liters** of fuel to travel **100 kilometers**.

This represents **good fuel efficiency**, falling between the **30 MPG** and **50 MPG** examples we calculated earlier.

This table clearly demonstrates the **inverse relationship** between **MPG** and **L/100km**. As the **MPG increases**, indicating **better fuel efficiency**, the **L/100km decreases**. The conversion equation remains **constant**, with only the **MPG value** changing for each calculation.

These conversions are **crucial** for comparing vehicle fuel efficiency across different measurement systems, allowing consumers and manufacturers to make **informed decisions** about vehicle performance and **environmental impact**.