Originally Posted by stevehnm
I'd negated them multiple times previously. Just because you keep ignoring or rationalizing the answers and regurgitating your irrelevant dogma doesn't mean I have to keep answering you.
1. BigFatHorse's fuelly data showed the 5 speed averaged 27.8, the CVT 27.3. You had to find some way to discount that so you said CVT drivers drive more in the city (LOL). Where's your proof? I say 5 speed drivers tend more to being aficionados. At any rate the fuelly data shows the 5 speed gets better fuel economy than the CVT. There are more CVT's than 5 speeds in the data so of course there are more at the ends - both ends.
Since you again have shown that you do not understand what happens when numbers are averaged there really isn't much to discuss.
The fact that you either pretend or just simply do not understand Combined MPG's (averaging CITY and HWY mpg's) and HWY MPG's are not the same?
Really, if you are going to try to prove CVT HWY mpg's are lower than 5 Speed HWY mpg's, you need to stop comparing COMBINED MPG's to prove your case. It just makes you look ignorant about how math works.