Can you imagine the distance for a car to drive with one 1L of gas?

@youless (94361)
Guangzhou, China
December 30, 2008 11:57pm CST
1KM? 2KM? 10KM? No! How about 100KM? I think it's already enough for a car to drive 100KM with 1L of gas only. But this answer is also wrong. The right answer is... 3435KM! Hard to believe. But this is true. I learned this from http://www.honda.com.cn/ad/china/action_6.html Honda has a saving car and it does save lots of oil
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@Roseo8 (2947)
• India
31 Dec 08
Hi Youless....wow....any way I dont have a Honda car.But when there is only 1 litre of petrol left in my car I dont like taking chances and would like to use it to drive to the nearest gas station for a refill, rather than risk getting stranded in the middle of the road.....
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@youless (94361)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Dec 08
I don't even have a car
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@Roseo8 (2947)
• India
31 Dec 08
Oh then I hope the year 2009 will make you the proud owner of a car of your own..I just love driving and I hope you too will be able to enjoy it soon.........
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@zeloguy (4913)
• United States
4 Jan 09
There is technology out there that will allow cars to travel long distances on not much fuel and that is the truth. The problem is they don't want you to have a car that will not use oil and that again is the truth. I'm not good with the metric system but I am sure that is a long way to travel on 1L of gas/petrol and if you cut that by oh 75% that is still a long way and what cars should be travelling on. It will happen, the time will come we just need to keep the pressure on! Thanks Zelo
@youless (94361)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Jan 09
Thanks for your response.
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@bombshell (11266)
• Germany
31 Dec 08
yes thats why honda is a dream car in germany and very expensive!
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@youless (94361)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Dec 08
I am surprised to learn it
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@williamjisir (22903)
• China
31 Dec 08
Hello youless. I do not have a car yet, though I hope to have one. But now it seems that it is expensive to have a car due to the cost of paying for the gas and some other services. It is easy to get one, but difficult to maintain one. So you know how to drive a car, youless?
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@youless (94361)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Dec 08
I don't know how to drive a car. It needs a few months to learn it. The time is a problem because you must squeeze time to practise it and take the exams. And I think today the cost to have a car is quite expensive, the gas, parking, punishment bills, repairmen etc.
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@skysuccess (8881)
• Singapore
31 Dec 08
youless, Well, with the advance technology nowadays, 400km to a litre is really quite common nowadays. A efficient and clean engine and whats more nowadays petrol have some addictives that not only helps with lesser emissions, it helps cleans the engine as well to achieve both the preservation and mileage issues as well. Kudos for the sciences of today and the future here. Cheers!
@youless (94361)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Dec 08
I think I am very outdated and I don't know it at all
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• Singapore
31 Dec 08
youless, It is not entirely your fault as you are just unaware till now, we just have a lot to discover and learn for ourselves. As James Joyce once said: “A man's errors are his portals of discovery.” Learning is endless. Cheers.
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@ahgong (10064)
• Singapore
6 Jan 09
Loh... I thought you were refering to the regular car. That car you mentioned is so tiny. And so light weight. I am not surprised if it could manage that kind of distance on 1 Liter of fuel. If they can make the regular car do that, then I will be truely amazed. But to be able to squeeze in more than 3000 KM into 1 Liter of fuel, that is also a feat. And into such a compact car too.
@youless (94361)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Jan 09
But even such kind of a car can drive so long distance It's not easy anyway
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