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You would fill up the vehicle, then divide the mileage traveled by the amount of fuel it took to fill the tank again. So assuming you filled the tank each time, you would divide 609km by 100.4 ltr which is .1648 or 16.49 L/100km Thats about 40 mpg.
the sender unit in the tank ,i think it has petrol in the float so its not reading correct.with the filler neck and associated pipes then it no doubt holds nearer 15 gals or about 80 litres .I couldnt afford to buy this much petrol in one go as its just over 1 euro 20cents a litre here so that would cost me 90+ euros or if the exchange rate is right this morning thats a dollar a litre
You will need to look on the tag on the tank its near the service valve should be riveted to service valve/ fuel gauge cover.the tag/plate will have retest date,model,serial number and important to you is whats known as water capacity,WC .what ever the water capacity figure is minus about12 litres and that is the lpg capacity.You could run it very close to empty and see how much it takes to fill it up.