Shortest distance between Peru and Chicago is 84.52 miles (136.02 km).
Flight distance from Peru, IL to Chicago, IL is 84.52 miles. Estimated flight time is 00 hours 11 minutes.
It takes 00 hours 10 minutes to travel from Peru to Chicago with an airplane (average speed of 550 miles).
The driving distance from Peru, Illinois to Chicago, Illinois is: 97.54 miles (156.97 km) by car.
Driving from Peru to Chicago will take approximately 01 hours 41 minutes.
The third most populous city in the United States and the center of the Chicago metropolitan area. It is located on the shores of Lake Michigan, in northeastern Illinois. Chicago is a major center for finance, commerce, and industry.
|GPS Coordinates||41°51'0"N 87°39'0"W|
The distance between Peru and Chicago is 157 km if you choose to drive by road. You can go 01 hours 44 minutes if you drive your car at an average speed of 90 kilometers / hour. For different choices, please review the avg. speed travel time table on the below.
There is no time difference between Peru and Chicago. The current time is 23:11:06.
|Average Speed||Travel Time|
|30 mph (48.3 km/h)||03 hours 14 minutes|
|40 mph (64.37 km/h)||02 hours 26 minutes|
|50 mph (80.47 km/h)||01 hours 57 minutes|
|60 mph (96.56 km/h)||01 hours 37 minutes|
|70 mph (112.65 km/h)||01 hours 23 minutes|
|75 mph (120.7 km/h)||01 hours 18 minutes|
|80 mph (128.75 km/h)||01 hours 13 minutes|
A car with a fuel efficiency of 8.3 l/100 km will need 13.03 liters (3.44 gallon) of gas to cover the route between Peru and Chicago.
The estimated cost of gas to go from Peru to Chicago is $13.37 (diesel $14.92).
Illinois gas prices.
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The average gas price (in Illinois ) per gallon of daily gas for calculations is $3.885 (Diesel $4.335) /gallon. Last changed prices on September 26, 2023.
The place names are translated into coordinates to approximate the distance between Peru and Chicago (latitude and longitude). Cities, states, and countries each have their own regional center. The Haversine formula is used to measure the radius.