Originally Posted by Zeeper
It is important to note that some people are getting better mileage that others, and the type of drive that yields higher and lower MPG's, but it is also important to realize that you and your experience are not universal, so saying the car does not meet the advertised MPG's for anyone is demonstrably false.
Just another Zeeper Straw Man - I don't recall him saying the car "does not meet advertised mpg's for anyone".
As you continue to ignore unless it favors your doltish pseudoargument, anyone can get the advertised mpg's, if only they drive slowly enough.
The problem is, for most of us to drive that slowly is dangerous due to probable rear end collisions from other inattentive drivers who are just driving along smelling the roses (sound familiar Zeep?)