Thread: ('11-'14) Loving my MPG
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:34 AM   #58
stevehnm
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Originally Posted by Zeeper View Post
It is a lot easier to blame the CVT for your poor mileage than your driving style, odd how some people are getting the EPA numbers driving at the EPA tested highway speeds but your car is 10mpg beyond the pale.
I've never seen someone who tries to spin things like you. Call it dishonest, liar, cheat, but maybe that's just me.

Cars that are highway rated at 30 mpg typically get 36 mpg driving at the EPA tested highway speeds too, and you know that.

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Try driving slower, 80-85mph might be the typical highway speed where you live, but it isn't what the EPA tested and it ain't gonna win you a misrepresentation lawsuit...
75 is the limit here buckaroo, but we've been over that too.

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But always nice to see you spouting your nonsense, even on a thread full of CVT drivers meeting or exceeding the EPA numbers.
Well, I don't know about "full" but there are a few, doubtless driving flatland at "the EPA tested speeds" or maybe a few even more, leading to more questions about manufacturing QC.

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All anecdotal evidence from a public subaru forum, but of course to an independent observer, so are your crappy mpg numbers (insert dope slap).

I know, I know, you read and quote professional drivers...so can I, LOL:
Check some of their other tests. Hardly representative driving, unless you consider 50 mpg in a 37 mpg Yaris, or 45 mpg in a Mazda3 typical.

But we've been over all this lots of times. You left the truth a long time ago.
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