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Old 11-04-2013, 12:00 AM   #1
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I have only Managed to get an average of 15 mpg and 225 on a full tank of gas. my low fuel light comes on at a quarter of a tank. I drive on the highway like 30% of the time the rest is city driving.
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You should be able to pull a little better than that... How often do you drive hard?
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Old 11-04-2013, 01:30 AM   #3
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:35 AM   #4
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Lmao thats terrible!
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:48 AM   #5
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Usually average about 18 50/50 mix.
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Old 11-04-2013, 05:38 AM   #6
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I'm around 18-20 avg with 50/50 city/highway and I get on it a few times a week. I can't imagine what I would need to drop down to 11...
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I do about 40 city 60 hwy and have averaged 20.5 since I bought the car brand new
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:54 AM   #8
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That is bad...My 2012 GT (only mod is axle backs) gets 20.8 mpg all day long (93 octane) and that is at high rev shifting in Houston Traffic. I got 28 mpg when I drove to NOLA last month....
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Old 11-04-2013, 08:03 AM   #9
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Average 16.7, 90% city driving. 13 prem Trac-pack 3.73, prem fuel 93, it's my daily driver
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Old 11-04-2013, 08:17 AM   #10
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Average 20 city driving,22-23 combined, 24-26 highway at 65-70 mph
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That's driving Mustang they way it's supposed to!!
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That's driving Mustang they way it's supposed to!!
I step on it at most lights, but I put it in S and move to 6th gear, that's probably why my mileage is better, and drive mainly 65-70 on the highway.
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I step on it at most lights, but I put it in S and move to 6th gear, that's probably why my mileage is better, and drive mainly 65-70 on the highway.
It's good to know these Stangs do that well mpg wise... I'm lucky to get out of the 14 range since it's not my DD, plus traffic around me blows, it's bumper to bumper everywhere so I'm lucky to see a free flowing highway.
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It's good to know these Stangs do that well mpg wise... I'm lucky to get out of the 14 range since it's not my DD, plus traffic around me blows, it's bumper to bumper everywhere so I'm lucky to see a free flowing highway.
I'm lucky, traffic around where I usually drive is good most of the time, even in the city.
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It's good to know these Stangs do that well mpg wise... I'm lucky to get out of the 14 range since it's not my DD, plus traffic around me blows, it's bumper to bumper everywhere so I'm lucky to see a free flowing highway.
Right now I'm doing 13.5 mpg, my commute is 15 or so round trip with bumper to bumper , I don't drive her on the weekends because my kids would destroy the car that's where my expedition comes in.....my tank does last two weeks though lol...
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My round trip is about 30 miles and just a little highway the rest is a bunch of stop lights. on the highway i can get 25 mpgs though
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My usual commute is about 90% highway-24-26 MPG, and 10% city 20-22, usually I'm around 22-24 MPG for my daily commute, and that's because of a stop sign that always has a ton of traffic
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:10 PM   #19
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I have been tracking by hand since I got the car and my total average is 20.6 mpg.
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:51 PM   #20
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Lol "if" it's real then perhaps you should place a spacer under the gas peddle so that you won't be able to WOT just maybe max quarter throttle lol
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Lol "if" it's real then perhaps you should place a spacer under the gas peddle so that you won't be able to WOT just maybe max quarter throttle lol
its real. I literally stop and go every 30 feet. My city is small and full of old people. Not fun ever. Even when I baby it and shift at 2k the mpg will suck. Stop and go stop and go every 50 damn yards and I'm never on any highways.
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Old 11-04-2013, 08:50 PM   #22
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18.9 average.. have never got anything higher than that.. I probably do 60% city 40% hwy.. with 3.73's.. I'm happy with it
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Seems like the guys with manual transmissions are getting the s%*^ mpg ...
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:13 PM   #24
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Mustang GT...not v6...enjoying the read
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:45 PM   #25
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Seems like the guys with manual transmissions are getting the s%*^ mpg ...
I have a manual GT and I do 30% city, 20% highway, and 50% bumper to bumper driving.

My avg is 18.3mpg ATM. But it's no fun driving like that tho...
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Seems like the guys with manual transmissions are getting the s%*^ mpg ...
At least its more fun
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At least its more fun
That's for sure
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:46 PM   #28
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I avg 19-21 in the boss with very frequent spirited driving.
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Old 11-05-2013, 04:33 AM   #29
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I get 25 on the hwy at 70-75 mph...and 18-20 in the city.
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I run 30% highway about 20% city the rest are rural back roads. I'm averaging 20mpg.
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On my 2010 I average 18 city and about 22 Highway. You guys who get like 11-13 are crazy! Lol
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Well i did a rest on the ECM by disconnecting the ground on the battery and holding the brakes till the taillights turned off and I had a full tank. It says I have 323 miles till e. usually a full tank said 234 miles and holding a steady 19.4 miles now
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Well i did a rest on the ECM by disconnecting the ground on the battery and holding the brakes till the taillights turned off and I had a full tank. It says I have 323 miles till e. usually a full tank said 234 miles and holding a steady 19.4 miles now
That sounds more like it!
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I feel like the way I drive somtimes its close to zero lol my s/c drinks it alll up
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I drive a lot of freeway only driving (223 miles each way) and get 24 mpg at 75 mph, and 21 at 80 mph! Still breaking in (2000k) with 3.73 m6.
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