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Old 08-30-2012, 12:20 AM   #1
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Mpg 3.7 v6

New to forums ; was wondering what the true mpg was on the v6 . I drive 106 miles a day round trip to work and back . I haven't bought my pony yet, but hopefully in the near future .
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

Really good. There's a thread here already with the info you want. The autos get the best highway, manuals seem to fair better at sub-60mph. The advertised 31mpg hwy is pretty honest. I just filled up today, with a mixture of highway, city, and country roads and averaged 28.5mpg. It does better than the 4cyl in the '10 Malibu I traded in.
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

love that 300+ hp v6 gettin 30 mpg....turned me into a pony lover (did i just say that outloud lol)
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

For the totale 2,819.5 miles I have since I bought my car I averaged 28.976 MPG That was from new to Now. That includes city, stop & Go, on ramp flooring it, and highway speeds of 75/89 up to 95 once in a while keeping up with traffic on my vacation. If I took it a little easy and really tried I know I could get better but Why? I pleased with the MPG I'm getting without trying.
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

i have 9k miles on my 2012 manual V6.

highway 28.5 give or take at 70-75mph with cruise set

50/50 mix around 24-25mpg

city, not sure on this but around 20~

Its all in how you drive it, autos do better they say. I also coast a ton in neutral going down hills or rolling to a stop etc
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

I have no flippin idea how you guys are gettin that type of mpg. I know im auto/3.31 but im still in the 19s with about 60%hwy/40% city
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

As stated, it's all in how you drive. If you gun it and hit the brakes in stop and go traffic or floor it everywhere, you'll get crappy mileage. Also, the higher the ethanol content the lower the gas mileage.

Unless I'm playing around or just having fun, I rarely go over 2k rpms.
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Anyone ever reset it when you're going down a hill just to see it say 99.9? Haha
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I'm about 50/50 and I'm getting 24/25 constant. The first tank I got 22.
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im a teenage kid and I get about 15.6 to 17.9 but I'm all in the city except the 1 minutes I hit the highway to go to work. lol
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

The master mpg is now at exactly 20.0 @ 1500 miles. 70%hwy

reset trip B tonite on a drive to grab some food. 2.25 miles of easy city driving, a couple of red lights, and 65 on the hwy one way (5 miles) and 75 hwy on the way back, still easy driving. under 2500 at all times. Avgd 23 on that trip.

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Anyone ever reset it when you're going down a hill just to see it say 99.9? Haha

Haha yes. I've never gotten that thing over 100 in any car except an original Honda Insight- not mine.

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I have no flippin idea how you guys are gettin that type of mpg. I know im auto/3.31 but im still in the 19s with about 60%hwy/40% city
That's no bueno. Are you reading it off the computer? Or manually crunching the #'s? I suggest clearing trip and dividing miles by gallons.
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I was getting like 23+ but I've recently realized all this power I have and dang!! I can not keep might foot off it!! Haha like I keep resetting it hoping to cut back but nope I just have to punch it every time hear the engine and feel the power!!!
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I have no flippin idea how you guys are gettin that type of mpg. I know im auto/3.31 but im still in the 19s with about 60%hwy/40% city
+1. I do 95% highway and so far have averaged around 22-23, according to the computer anyway. That for the most part conservative driving, cruising between 60-75. Never manually crunched them because well, just don't care lol. Car is only driven once or twice a week so mpg's aren't a concern. That's why I've got the DD.

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I was getting like 23+ but I've recently realized all this power I have and dang!! I can not keep might foot off it!! Haha like I keep resetting it hoping to cut back but nope I just have to punch it every time hear the engine and feel the power!!!
Lol, I actually reset my average mpg's for the first time since buying the car just to see what I can get on conservative highway driving. Well... Didn't work... LOL
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+1. I do 95% highway and so far have averaged around 22-23, according to the computer anyway. That for the most part conservative driving, cruising between 60-75. Never manually crunched them because well, just don't care lol. Car is only driven once or twice a week so mpg's aren't a concern. That's why I've got the DD.

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Lol, I actually reset my average mpg's for the first time since buying the car just to see what I can get on conservative highway driving. Well... Didn't work... LOL
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Thanks everyone for the input , I am getting one no matter what the mileage , was hoping for high 20's seems like that can happen.
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Thanks everyone for the input , I am getting one no matter what the mileage , was hoping for high 20's seems like that can happen.
Yeah, same here. If I get mid to high 20's I'll be happy. I drive about 50/50 hwy/city so I think those numbers shouldn't be hard to achieve.
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

To get a nice accurate reading you need to go at least three or four fill up's and go at least 500 to 700 miles.

Start with a full tank and end with a full tank. Use a paper & pencil/ pen and forget about what the computer say's your getting.

Doing this will actually tell you what your car is actually getting. Just filling up and driving a couple hundred miles don't give you a very good reading. You need some milage to give a proper reading.
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I have no flippin idea how you guys are gettin that type of mpg. I know im auto/3.31 but im still in the 19s with about 60%hwy/40% city
I think it's from a lot of highway, A lot. Im more like 10-20% highway and get around 21-22 mpg
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To get a nice accurate reading you need to go at least three or four fill up's and go at least 500 to 700 miles.

Start with a full tank and end with a full tank. Use a paper & pencil/ pen and forget about what the computer say's your getting.

Doing this will actually tell you what your car is actually getting. Just filling up and driving a couple hundred miles don't give you a very good reading. You need some milage to give a proper reading.
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Yeah I think it's possible to bc I drive about 90 miles a day mostly city and my average right now is 24 almost 25 ... Lots of stop and go... Traffic I'm only on the interstate for less than 10 miles ... Most of the time I don't drive like a bat outta hell though lol
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Yeah I think it's possible to bc I drive about 90 miles a day mostly city and my average right now is 24 almost 25 ... Lots of stop and go... Traffic I'm only on the interstate for less than 10 miles ... Most of the time I don't drive like a bat outta hell though lol
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Re: Mpg 3.7 v6

Haha no way, you guys are high. Just got my '13 V6 and hit 33.8MPG highway (cruise control set at 72MPH) and around City I'm averaging 25-26. New engine less than 500 miles. the engine isn't even broken in yet and I'm getting great mpg. can't wait for all the rings and seals to set for even better MPG
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So everyone getting in the 34 or more is getting about 480 per tank right?

I've gone 5k and averaged just under 25. Average fill up at 330 and hovering around 14 gallons. It is a legit 50/50 split.

It's easy to say you get great mpg if you aren't basing it on full tanks etc.

My brother has a tdi cup and can go in a 100 mile round trip and get close to 70 if he coasts and drives slow. Bit on a full tank h still will average 44+

Say you put in 13.5 gallons and you say you got 33 mpgs then you should have gotten 444.5 miles out of your tank.

If you are than congrats but I'm occasionally getting over the EPA estimated combined and that is going hard or soft and only varying 1 mpg thus far.
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if you don't fill it up all the way you should be getting less mpg. unless you interpret the meter to be lower than it is...then your mpg will be high..
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if you don't fill it up all the way you should be getting less mpg. unless you interpret the meter to be lower than it is...then your mpg will be high..
I was just saying like what Ronnie said earlier if it isn't a full tank it's subjective. The best ford got was 38 with going 38mph on a test track and that was for the record for a 300+ hp car.

Sure you can adjust variables etc and probably get mid 30s but can you do that with a full tank?
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if you don't fill it up all the way you should be getting less mpg. unless you interpret the meter to be lower than it is...then your mpg will be high..
NOT at all! Where is the logic in that? Mo' gas =Mo' weight. The lesser the weight of the vehicle = more MPG!
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The bottom line is that if you don't go at least 500 to 700 or more before checking you will never know what your actual MPG is. You really need to figure it on a piece of paper and not the cars computer. 1,000 miles or more would actually be better. You are looking for the average miles per gallon and not just a one shot see how slow you can go for fifty miles or so and get your best MPG. Even then you gotta be certain the tank is as full the fillup as it was when you started. Not just when the pump clicks off but actually making sure it is filled to the same Laval.

Or you can do as the Mythbusters do. Hook up an external jug and actually measure the amount of gas.

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The bottom line is that if you don't go at least 500 to 700 or more before checking you will never know what your actual MPG is. You really need to figure it on a piece of paper and not the cars computer. 1,000 miles or more would actually be better. You are looking for the average miles per gallon and not just a one shot see how slow you can go for fifty miles or so and get your best MPG. Even then you gotta be certain the tank is as full the fillup as it was when you started. Not just when the pump clicks off but actually making sure it is filled to the same Laval.

Or you can do as the Mythbusters do. Hook up an external jug and actually measure the amount of gas.

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The bottom line is that if you don't go at least 500 to 700 or more before checking you will never know what your actual MPG is. You really need to figure it on a piece of paper and not the cars computer. 1,000 miles or more would actually be better. You are looking for the average miles per gallon and not just a one shot see how slow you can go for fifty miles or so and get your best MPG. Even then you gotta be certain the tank is as full the fillup as it was when you started. Not just when the pump clicks off but actually making sure it is filled to the same Laval.

Or you can do as the Mythbusters do. Hook up an external jug and actually measure the amount of gas.

^ yes! Or you can do as I do, and go till it clicks to determine a fairly close approximate average.

But to be exact you need to get all scientific, you would also need to have the pump tested to make sure that is accurate.
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