Cost of Gas for My 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier

I wrote a few days back about my new (for me) 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier, and I talked about the price of kilometers, in terms of gas. I thought I would elaborate a little bit by sharing the exact breakdown of my fills, the cost of gas and the calculations pertaining to it.

Here goes:

FILL DATE LITERS COST PER PRICE TOTAL KM LTR / 100 COST PER KM
27-Sep 44.389 1.344 59.65882 591.8 7.500676 0.100809084
9-Oct 42.77 1.314 56.19978 558.8 7.653901 0.100572262
22-Oct 42.576 1.324 56.37062 593 7.179764 0.095060074
2-Nov 44.27 1.324 58.61348 576.7 7.676435 0.101635998
13-Nov 44.288 1.294 57.30867 570.2 7.767099 0.100506264
24-Nov 44.02 1.364 60.04328 548.7 8.022599 0.109428249
6-Dec 46.352 1.424 66.00525 582.6 7.956059 0.113294281
14-Dec 47.71 1.334 63.64514 557.3 8.560919 0.114202656
28-Dec 48.19 1.453 70.02007 538.3 8.952257 0.130076296
9-Jan 45.36 1.433 65.00088 532.6 8.51671 0.122044461
22-Jan 45.262 1.414 64.00047 477.9 9.471019 0.133920209
30-Jan 42.433 1.414 60.00026 545.8 7.77446 0.109930857

Cost of Gas

As you can see, the colder it gets, the worse my car is with gas mileage. It goes from an acceptable 7.5 (average) liters per 100 kilometers to a comparatively terrible 9.5 in the middle of January. I am looking forward to warmer weather to see how things go.

It is also worth nothing that I installed winter tires sometime in early November, so it would follow that my gas mileage goes down afterwards. Anyways, I will post more updates as events warrants, proving or disproving my observations.