Are motorcycles more efficient because they are lighter than cars?



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    Motorcycle fuel efficiency varies greatly between models depending on engine displacement, passenger weight, and riding style. The least efficient mileage a motorcyclist has reported is 29 mpg, but some models, such as those offered by the Indian company Bajaj, can get up to 261 mpg. Overall, the relative lightness of motorcycles does improve their fuel efficiency over cars, but because motorcycle fuel efficiency depends so much on the way they’re built and ridden, it really depends on the vehicle and rider.

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