2004 Motorcycle Fuel Economy Guide

A guide to motorcycle gas mileage (MPG and L/100km) and efficiency

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2004 Motorcycle MPG Fuel Economy Guide
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Year
Manufacturer
Model
Engine Size (cc) /Cyl
Average MPG
Average L/100km
Source
KTM
950 Adventure
942 / 2
37.9 MPG
6.2 L/100km
Suzuki
Burgman 650
638/1
42.8 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Suzuki
DR200SE
68.0 MPG
3.5 L/100km
Suzuki
DR650SE
51.5 MPG
4.6 L/100km
Suzuki
DR-Z400S/SM
63.5 MPG
3.7 L/100km
Suzuki
GN125
87.5 MPG
2.7 L/100km
Suzuki
GN250
72.5 MPG
3.2 L/100km
Suzuki
GSX1300R Hayabusa
1299/4
40.0 MPG
5.9 L/100km
Suzuki
GSX-R1000
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Suzuki
GSX-R1000
998/4
31.8 MPG
7.4 L/100km
Suzuki
GSX-R600
51.5 MPG
4.6 L/100km
Suzuki
GSX-R600
599/4
37.9 MPG
6.2 L/100km
Suzuki
Hayabusa GSX1300R
39.5 MPG
5.9 L/100km
Suzuki
Intruder 1500
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Suzuki
Intruder 800
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Suzuki
Katana 750
38.0 MPG
6.2 L/100km
Suzuki
SV1000S
57.0 MPG
4.1 L/100km
Suzuki
Volusia VL800 
57.0 MPG
4.1 L/100km
Suzuki
V-Strom 1000 DL1000
55.0 MPG
4.3 L/100km
Suzuki
V-Strom 650
645/2
41.3 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Suzuki
V-Strom 650 DL650
62.5 MPG
3.8 L/100km
Triumph
America 790
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Triumph
Bonneville 790
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Triumph
Bonneville T100 790
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Triumph
Daytona 600
47.0 MPG
5.0 L/100km
Triumph
Daytona 955i
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Triumph
Speed Four
599 / 4
37.9 MPG
6.2 L/100km
Triumph
Speed Triple 955i
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Triumph
Speedmaster
790 / 2
42.8 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Triumph
Sprint ST 955
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Triumph
Thunderbird 900
40.5 MPG
5.8 L/100km
Triumph
Thunderbird Sport 900
40.5 MPG
5.8 L/100km
Triumph
Tiger 955i
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Triumph
Trophy 1200
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Victory
Kingpin
1507 / 2
43.5 MPG
5.4 L/100km
Victory
Kingpin Deluxe
1507 / 2
43.5 MPG
5.4 L/100km
Victory
V92TC Touring Cruiser
1507 / 2
33.1 MPG
7.1 L/100km
Victory
V92TCD Touring Cruiser Deluxe
1507 / 2
33.1 MPG
7.1 L/100km
Victory
Vegas
1507 / 2
43.5 MPG
5.4 L/100km
Yamaha
Drag Star 650 (all) XVS650
50.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Yamaha
FZ1 Fazer
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
Yamaha
FZ1 Fazer FZS1000
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Yamaha
FZ6 Fazer 600
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Yamaha
Majesty 400
395 / 1
52.3 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Yamaha
Road Star XV1600 (all)
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Yamaha
Royal Star
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Yamaha
Royal Star Venture
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Yamaha
Virago 125 XV125
86.5 MPG
2.7 L/100km
Yamaha
Virago 250 XV250
72.5 MPG
3.2 L/100km
Yamaha
Virago 250 XV250
76.0 MPG
3.1 L/100km
Yamaha
V-Max
40.5 MPG
5.8 L/100km
Yamaha
V-Star 1100 (all)
49.0 MPG
4.8 L/100km
Yamaha
V-Star 650 (all)
56.2 MPG
4.2 L/100km
Yamaha
V-Star Classic 650
650 / 2
30.0 MPG
7.8 L/100km
Yamaha
XT125
90.0 MPG
2.6 L/100km
Yamaha
XT250
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Yamaha
XT660 Terene
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Yamaha
XV1700 RoadStar Silverado
1670/2
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Yamaha
YZF R1
998 / 4
33.1 MPG
7.1 L/100km
Yamaha
YZF R6
600 / 4
45.2 MPG
5.2 L/100km
Yamaha
YZF600R
599 / 4
44.4 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Yamaha
YZF-R1
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Yamaha
YZF-R6
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km

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