Originally Posted by chrispsti
a few mpg difference is no big deal imo. as already stated very few people will get the advertised mpg in the winter time, but w shouldnt be surprised that the epa estimates are high. I remember the news/magazines talking about this very topic saying that the epa had been inflating mpg numbers big time for a while. All i know is my 400+whp 06 sti gets about 16-18 mpg so anything close to 30 in my wifes 12' impreza is fantastic
LOL i think the same thing. I have a race prep s2000 that doesnt ever see daylight unless im racing it. autox, drag, and track. there i get about 10-12 i think. that is hopeful. getting anything above 25 and i am a happy camper.