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## How do you calculate fuel consumption for a motorcycle?

Manual Computation

- Fill your tank to the top.
- Zero the trip counter.
- When you next fill up, note the kilometers driven.
- Fill the tank again and note the number of liters filled into the tank.
- Divide the number of kilometers driven by the amount of fuel added in liters (kilometers per liter)

### What’s the average MPG for a motorcycle?

35-40 miles per gallon

The average motorcycle gets 35-40 miles per gallon. Some can even pull off 60mpg or greater, depending on the engine and the fuel type. That’s far better than what most cars get. So what’s the point in trying to increase your motorcycle’s fuel efficiency?

#### Are kawasakis reliable?

Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, and Kawasaki are all among the more reliable brands, based on our survey of more than 11,000 Consumer Reports subscribers. The predicted failure rates for four-year-old motorcycles ranged from 11 to 15 percent in this group.

**How can I calculate my bike mileage?**

Note down the distance travelled by the bike from the odometer. Use the bike usually till the bike runs out of petrol. Note down the distance travelled. Subtract the first reading from the final reading from the odometer, and you have the mileage of the bike for one litre of petrol.

**How can I calculate my bike mileage online?**

The very basic formula of calculating mileage in KMPL is Distance travelled in Kms / Amount of fuel used in litres. For example, if you ride your bike for 100 km with 5 litres of fuel, the mileage of your bike is 100km/5 litre i.e, 20 km per litre.

## What is good mpg for a bike?

300-500cc motorcycles’ fuel economy varies widely but most of these bikes get 50-80 MPG. 600cc motorcycles get 30-50 MPG depending on its engine power. 650-950cc include bikes that are often powered by twin-cylinder engines which means less power and better fuel consumption.