mileage number

mileage number

[′mīl·ij ‚nəm·bər]
(navigation)
For the Mississippi River system, a number assigned to aids to navigation which gives the distance in sailing miles along the river from a reference point to the aid; the number serves as a light list number for identification purposes.
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Upon completion of the purchase, the carrier or agent asks you what your odometer reading is currently (and exactly), and you indicate and sign for that mileage number on the application for insurance.
Just as automakers must meet a fleet average mileage number, lift truck suppliers would have to do the same with emissions.
RAY: So if you took the same exact car, with same exact engine and same amount of fuel, and ran them through the two different tests, the European mileage number would be, on average, about 20 percent higher, just because the test is different.
The EPA calculates the city, highway and combined mileage numbers by running the vehicle through preprogrammed driving-simulation cycles on a stationary chassis dynamometer.
And judging by the results of a test, 2015 Mirage with continuously variable transmission (CVT) -- which averaged nearly 39 mpg -- the Mirage mileage numbers aren't, well, a mirage.
But in the long run, the brands still offer good value for the money, even with lower mileage numbers, he said.
And given that the EPA mileage numbers for the Jetta TDI are 29 city, 40 highway with a six-speed double-clutch gearbox (DSG) and 30/41 for the six-speed manual, presumably there aren't a whole lot of visits to the service station before that $100 is more than made up for.
Fly a turboprop and you may have mileage numbers that would make even a Hummer feel superior, but it's your choice where and how to spend your money.
Some consumers would like to make up their own minds when it comes to balancing safety and mileage numbers.
Fuel-saving gasoline electric hybrids will see the biggest drops in the mileage numbers posted on their window stickers--as much as 30% worse in city driving, 20% worse on the highway--the EPA said after issuing new testing procedures.
It's also an emissions champ and a global warming fighter with carbon dioxide emissions halved because of its excellent mileage numbers.