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You are here: Home --- Total Motorcycle Fuel Economy Guide in MPG and L/100km --- Guide Index
original and biggest motorcycle fuel economy guide. Motorcycle and scooter
fuel economy in MPG and L/100km.
Over 6,000 bikes by year, manufacturer and model from 1934 to today.
Average Fuel Economy: (US MPG and/or L/100km)
Source: (Personal, Manufacturer, Magazine)
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Total Motorcycle MPG Fuel Economy Guide Legend:
|Year of the motorcycle or scooter model.|
|Name of manufacturer who built the model.|
|Name or designation of the product.|
Engine Size (cc) /Cyl
|Engine size in cubic centimeters and the number of cylinders in the engine.|
|Averaged US Miles Per Gallon figure calculated from 50% highway, 50% city riding.|
|Averaged Litres(Liters) per 100 kilometers figure calculated from 50% highway, 50% city riding.|
|Where the data originated from: O = Owner Reported; P = Publication; M = Manufacturer|
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US MPG and L/100km based on data from riders, manufacturers, publications and official resources. Total Motorcycle does not guarantee the accuracy of this data.
Unlike automobiles, motorcycle Fuel Efficiency can be difficult to calculate and it is important to remember these numbers are general guidelines as what to expect under the exact same conditions. Each rider will get different numbers for their own motorcycle due to accessories, riding style, type and formulation of gas which varies from each city and country. Motorcycle MPG / L/100km EPA/Fuel ratings are not official or my not be indicitive of every model for that year. As these figures are NOT required by law in North America to display we wish to thank the many motorcycle manufacturers for sharing these numbers with us and with you.
Special thanks to: Aprilia, Benelli, Beta, Bimota, BMW, Buell, Can-Am, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Husqvarna, Husaberg, Hyosung, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, KYMCO, Moto Guzzi, Moto Morini, MV Agusta, Norton, Phantom, Piaggio, Polaris, Ridley, Roehr, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Triumph, Ural, Vespa, Victory, Yamaha, Zero, many great motorcycle publications and hundreds of contributing motorcyclists. Without this support the Total Motorcycle Fuel Economy Guide in MPG and L/100km would not exist today.