Gas Tank Capacity of Chevrolet Omega in Easy-to-Access Graphs

Average capacity for all generations

Quick notes on Chevrolet Omega fuel tank size

    • Average capacity for generation: 75 L (16.5 gal)
    • Tank size to engine capacity: 5.3%
    • Fuel supply to each passanger: 15 L per 1 person
    • Weight of fuel (full tank): 54.8 kg
    • City fuel consupmtion: 13.5 L/100 km (17 mpg)
    • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 400 L
    • Top speed to fuel supply: 3 km/h to 1 L (1.9 mph to 1 L)
    • Tankheim rating: 10 / 10

Engine size to tank capacity for Chevrolet Omega 1998

  • 3.8 i V6 — 19.7x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 3.8 i V6 — 19% bigger
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 3.8 i V6 — 2.7 hp/L
  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    3.8 i V6 75 L (16 gal) 748 km
    (465 miles)
    - Petrol (Gasoline) 10.8
    Vehicle 3.8 i V6
    Fuel tank size 75 L (16 gal)
    Max driving range 748 km
    (465 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 10.8

    Quick notes on Chevrolet Omega fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 75 L (16.5 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 584 km (363 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 4%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 15 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 54.8 kg
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 445 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 3 km/h to 1 L (1.9 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 10 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Chevrolet Omega 1992

  • 3.0 i CD — 25x difference
  • 2.0 i GLS — 37.5x difference
  • 2.2 i GLX — 34.1x difference
  • 4.1 i CD — 18.3x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 3.0 i CD — 19% bigger
  • 2.0 i GLS — 19% bigger
  • 2.2 i GLX — 19% bigger
  • 4.1 i CD — 19% bigger
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 3.0 i CD — 2.2 hp/L
  • 2.0 i GLS — 1.5 hp/L
  • 2.2 i GLX — 1.5 hp/L
  • 4.1 i CD — 2.2 hp/L
  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    3.0 i CD 75 L (16 gal) - 1.1 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    2.0 i GLS 75 L (16 gal) - 0.9 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    2.2 i GLX 75 L (16 gal) - - Petrol (Gasoline) -
    4.1 i CD 75 L (16 gal) - 1.1 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    Vehicle 3.0 i CD
    Fuel tank size 75 L (16 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 1.1 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -
    Vehicle 2.0 i GLS
    Fuel tank size 75 L (16 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.9 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -
    Vehicle 2.2 i GLX
    Fuel tank size 75 L (16 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -
    Vehicle 4.1 i CD
    Fuel tank size 75 L (16 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 1.1 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -

    Quick notes on Chevrolet Omega fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 70 L (15.4 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 520 km (323 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 4.3%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 14 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 51.1 kg
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 470 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 3 km/h to 1 L (1.9 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 10 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Chevrolet Omega 1992

  • 3.0 i — 23.3x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 3.0 i — 11.1% bigger
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 3.0 i — 2.4 hp/L
  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    3.0 i 70 L (15 gal) - 1.1 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    Vehicle 3.0 i
    Fuel tank size 70 L (15 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 1.1 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -