Originally Posted by imprzya
Agreed! Yet to break 30mpg even when I went for a 90 mile hwy trip at 60mph. On the interstate I'm lucky to get 25mpg, in the summer, not loaded.
Last two tanks for me were the first time I broke 30mpg. However its the first two time LESS
than 30. Cold weather (under 10F) along with more short trips for Christmas shopping was the issue. Air pressure was a bit low as well.
So lifetime mpg values have been between 29.7 and 37 or 38. I can't remember the highest tank average off-hand. I hit 35 to 36mpg often during the summer.