Originally Posted by myrt1987
You cant justify expecting 36mpg when all you know is approx. avg. speed and distance. Many other things to consider: acceleration, road conditions, tire pressure, temperature, precipitation, traffic to name a few. All affect fuel economy so its hard to ecpect a certain number. To expect to be within the epa range of highway mileage is more reasonable. JMO
32 sounds pretty decent to me.
also winter fuel blends, usually 10% ethanol, which returns fewer mpg's. So the same exact drive in the summer could be return another 2-3 mpg.