Ferrari MPG (Fuel Consumption)

17.7 MPG 16.8 litres/100km 388.7 g/km

What is the average MPG (fuel economy) of a Ferrari ?

Ferrari average fuel consumption is 17.7 MPG or 16.8 litres/100km and average CO2 output is 388.7 g/km based on 135 models.

CO2 (carbon dioxide), mileage, fuel economy and other emissions data for Ferrari cars.

Data table - click on a title to order by column:

Page 4 of 4, showing 15 cars out of 135 total, starting on 121, ending on 135

Make Model Description Year MPG CO2 (g/km) Compare?
FERRARI All Models 458 Italia & Spider with HELE 2015 24.0 275 Compare?
FERRARI All Models 458 Speciale Aperta with HELE (Stop/S... 2015 24.0 275 Compare?
FERRARI All Models 458 Speciale with HELE (Stop/Start) 2015 24.0 275 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California T without HELE 2014 24.1 273 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California T without HELE (Stop/Start) 2015 24.1 273 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California T without HELE (Stop/Start) 2016 24.1 273 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California with HELE 2011 24.5 270 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California with HELE 2012 24.5 270 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California with HELE 2013 24.5 270 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California with HELE 2014 24.5 270 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California with HELE 2015 24.5 270 Compare?
FERRARI All Models 488 GTB with Stop Start 2016 24.8 260 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California T with HELE (Stop/Start) 2014 26.5 251 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California T with HELE (Stop/Start) 2015 26.5 251 Compare?
FERRARI All Models California T with HELE (Stop/Start) 2016 26.5 251 Compare?