Were getting about 35 right now
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Were getting about 35 right now
Last edited by SIXTO; January 28th, 2013 at 11:01 PM.
Roughly 20, but it depends on where I buy gas. Murphy Oil (Walmart) won't get me half as far as gas from Kroger,
Pilot gas seems to run OK, and Exxon runs fine but costs more. I used to buy Shell almost exclusively and like Exxon, it was higher but worth the better milage and convenient hours of my small local Quickstop, but they changed their hours and I simply quit patronizing them. People will pay for convenience, and they're no longer convenient.
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27 in my car (mostly city)
12 in my truck (mostly city)
My car should do better IMO.
My wife has a Jeep Liberty and she gets about 22 avg.
I have 1 ton dually diesel that gets about 15 avg.
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Wife's Chrysler 300m 17 city, 26 highway
My F350 diesel dully (after recent $2500 tune up) on a trip to Wyoming through the back country and some city driving is getting 15 (I also have an EGR bypass kit installed).
Nice yeh Im just getting out of 14 purely city.and 20 combined
From a Lincoln Mark VII
GOt ourselves a nice family Car
a 2010 Corolla
My Tercel got 17 km/l in the city. My Corolla gets about 11 km/l in the city
According to google convert that's 40 mpg and 26 mpg.
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Around 20 in the Mothership, and 35 in the hubby's Veloster.
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Rhonda the 2006 Honda Civic runs at 40hwy and 34city.
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my '06 sentra is about to break the 200k mark and i'm getting consistent 38mpg city/highway combined. and thats not trying to be conservative. just the other day got 370 miles out of about 12 gallons. i wanna break 400 miles per tank!
2012 4-Runner 17-19mpg 1972 240Z 26mpg. 20 foot bass boat 3gph
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2012 Dodge 1/2 ton p/u with 5.7 Hemi...
Keeping foot out of it.... It might get 20 on a good day. Even with the "economy" engine that shuts off half of the cylinders when not needed.
Get a case of the lead foot and the conversion changes from miles per gallon to gallons per mile :)
Camry - 27 mpg - gasoline
67 Corvette - 4 gpm - racing fuel
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With the car about 20-22 MPG
With my Tomos Streetmate, about 105 MPG :)
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