Diesel power vehicles get the best MPG while towing. That is what they were designed to do with there low end toque. The diesel motor is also more efficient then the gas motor. Most diesel truck while towing still get better MPG then there gas counter part that is not towing.
the hondas re very good on mpg but re not the best dough
The domestic automobile gets the best MPG is the Chevy Volt by far. This vehicle is primarily an electric car and is said to get in excess of 100 mpg.
A 2008 Sequoia with a 5.7 liter engine gets 16-18 mpg. When towing a 7' high x 14' long enclosed box trailer it gets 9-10 mpg.
It looks like the 2011 Toyota RAV4 2WD gets the best MPG. It gets 28 MPG on the freeway and 22 MPG in the city. There is no reason it wouldn't be available in Honolulu.
With less then 20,000 miles (engine not broken in) at 65 mph, flat ground towing a jeep wrangler it gets 7.4 mpg.
Depends on the MPG your vehicle gets.
The 200 Lesabre gets an estimated 19 mpg in the city. The vehicle gets 30 mpg on the highway.
Depends if you are towing something or not....normally 10-12 MPG if not towing...I have gotten 10MPG pulling as well though.... 6 MPG towing is common.
It depends on the economy of the vehicle. My old truck gets about ten mpg. It would take me 74.5 gallons.It depends on the economy of the vehicle. My old truck gets about ten mpg. It would take me 74.5 gallons.
My 1995 dodge ram 2500 diesel 4x4 with 35 inch tires gets around 22 mpg on the highway, 16-18mpg city, and 16 mpg towing a 16 foot trailer with 4 fourwheelers on it. It also gets 16 pulling a 2 horse trailer with cargo room up front.
Impossible to answer without know the MPG your vehicle gets.