Originally Posted by vwgti123
I was doing better with my other cars on same test sample. The only variable that changed was the car. It is beyond frustrating. Not just here to complain, but there is a problem, just want to find if out if others are experiencing same and to find a resolution. Bought car b/c based upon MPG claims felt was going to improve overall situation. Def finding out the hard way, this is not the case. Some of you may not understand or believe, but it is real.
I know it is real. I have another car, also EPA highway rated at 36 mpg, and it gets 8 to 10 mpg better mpg than the CVT on my commute which is over 90% highway.