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Old 03-01-2013, 10:36 PM   #36
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What are you guys seeing for your MPG? (Include your mods, gearing, manual or automatic, year, etc.)
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What are you guys seeing for your MPG? (Include your mods, gearing, manual or automatic, year, etc.)
27 MPG highway. 2011 V6. 91 Hybrid tune, Airraid CAI, Flowmaster Axle back Force II exhaust system , 3:73 gears and one piece aluminum driveshaft. Automatic
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Old 03-02-2013, 08:02 AM   #38
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I avg around 27mpg. About 60% city. I run a bama 93Hybrid tune,, 3.73 gears, CAI, lowered with other various suspension mods.
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I average about 22mpg combined with jlt cai & bama 91 hybrid tune & stupid LA traffic.
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How am I getting better mpg than some of you without gears? I guess between being an auto and running 93 all the time the difference shows...
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I avg around 27mpg. About 60% city. I run a bama 93Hybrid tune,, 3.73 gears, CAI, lowered with other various suspension mods.
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How am I getting better mpg than some of you without gears? I guess between being an auto and running 93 all the time the difference shows...
Tune should help mileage, and suspension mods will help. Faster turns means less fuel used getting back to speed, lower to the ground means less turbulent airflow underneath. Auto is worse, in my opinion, for fuel economy.
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My window sticker say's ""31"" MPG

When ?????

Just kidding, I average 23/24 MPG driving around town with all the traffic and red lights (I can't remember when I ever got one green) I did average 29.5 MPG on my trip up to Pa. & back when My car was brand new. That included stop & go around stupid Washington DC and idiot Baltimore. Both way's.

I could probably get a little better if I did not like the nice crisp feeling of my car and always driving it without trying to save gas.

I'm more then happy with my MPG and using way less expensive 87 octane.

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Old 03-07-2013, 11:53 AM   #44
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I ran 1000 miles on the 87s and 93h.


The 93h is more fun and is by far my favorite.

I am getting a little better mpgs but that really does not matter that much.

I have tracked every fill up since I bought my car with Fuelly.
I calculated cost per mile on this test.

14 cents on 87 and 15 cents on 93.

So for 10k of driving I will spend $100 more but will also "enjoy" the car a little more. Not a bad sacrifice IMO

I have an auto 3:31 cai and a tune.

I drive a 50/50 split and my average over 11k is 24.7 so far. I'm ok with that.

The best I ever maintained on a highway trip trying to get good mpgs was 27.8. I did pull a mountain 2x which wasn't good but was fun.

Overall I have thoroughly enjoyed this car.
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