The display of average fuel consumption for vehicles is displayed with poor resolution compared with US MPG. With US MPG, resolution of .1 mile per gallon displayed in graphs. With L/100KM resolution on the graph is limited to .5 instead of .1 This lack of precision/resolution makes a comparative study of vehicles in metric too coarse and imprecise. Please increase L/100KM to .1 resolution.
Yes, here is a shot of vehicle comparison for a given year. As you can see the resolution is .5 L/100KM, which is much too high. Several vehicles fall in between these values. In some cases, there are many vehicles that get (for example in some cases) 5.8 L/100KM but are being rolled up in to 6 L/100KM. This is very miss leading as .1 L/100KM is over 2 US MPG, so it's very very coarse. As you can see, this same information in US MPG is more finely detailed allowing a more precise analysis of the data because it goes down to 1 MPG. To be fair for metric users, we need at least .1 L/100KM to see the same precision. You can see that the large 6L/100KM has no counterpart in US MPG, it's spread out over several 1MPG bars between 38 and 42MPG. A big difference.