Originally Posted by Zeeper
It is fine, look at the EPA window sticker that was on the car when it was sold, and remind us what the number in the middle of your sticker reads -- it will be the number under the following text "Combined Fuel Economy This Vehicle"
If you are on your third tank of gas you are also complaining about MPG while you are still breaking in the engine. You need to break the engine in before you can get reliable information about the overall MPG your car will yield.
I now have 5,000 miles on my 2012 Sport premium 5 door w/auto transmission and took it on a fishing trip 3 days ago. All highway miles and the best I can get is 31 MPG averaging 65MPH. I get 25-28 around town and drive like an old man. I ordered my car so no window sticker came with the car but I thought it should get better than 31 to 33 MPG on the highway. Especially since I use cruise control 80 to 90% of the time.