|11-11-2013 08:47 PM|
i get about 20-23 mpg 95% city driving, stops every 30 seconds to a minute or so, does this milage seem normal? ( i dont mind this mileage at all, my last vehical "ford ranger lifted, with mt's " i got like 7-10 mpg city so 20-23 is a nice change)
BTW i have the 2012 5sp manual
on the highway, it's phenomial have reset the MPG calculator and get between 40-45 around 70 mph
i Run on 91 octane gas, (no ethenol)
|10-28-2013 09:59 PM|
|10-28-2013 04:16 PM|
|FoFoTi||25 - 30 MPG for now but hope for 30 - 35 when the car & I get broken in|
|10-09-2013 09:04 PM|
I get over 1000 miles per gallon PLUS...........................
when it's towed behind my Motor Home.
Anyone top that??????
|10-09-2013 01:41 PM|
|henryd1981||Answered 25-30, which is my range under my normal driving conditions. Includes uber-short drive to work.|
|09-19-2013 10:07 AM|
|09-19-2013 08:32 AM|
9.8L/100km after 2000km not to impressed.
About 24MPG IN AMERICAN :-)
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|09-19-2013 08:13 AM|
I used to live in SoCal. You have a lot more hills there, than say here in Florida. It is amazing how much of a difference that makes. My previous vehicle was an Escape Hybrid.
I could get about 29mpg highway in the Escape. When I moved to Florida, my Escape was consistently 33-34mpg highway. It is so flat here. Also, the average speed in Fla. tends to be slower (too many retirees I think), so that helps mileage.
The last factor I think, is that the newer Foci are really very fuel efficient. The DCT actually has a higher mpg rating than the manual version.
As the Government likes to say, "Your mileage may vary."
|09-18-2013 10:17 PM|
|a car nut||
Not sure how some of you can report getting mid to upper 30's on your vehicle; my 04 2.3 Duratech California emission package w/ 5 speed can only muster 32 at best on the highway driving a steady 65 mph.... and I only got that milage after changing tyres to LRR tyres, cleaning throttle body and mass air flow sensor, changing to copper Autolite 103's, changing manual transmission fluid to Ford synethic, and upping tyre pressure to 40 psi cold.
Before doing all of this, the best I could muster was 25 mpg straight highway, after the above, I got 28 on a regular basis and even managed 32 on a trip to LA. Still not happy with the milage, but at least it now meets the EPA highway milage estimate of 31 from time to time. I still only get 17 in city driving around San Francisco, but even that is better than the 15 mpg I used to get before doing the above improvements.
|09-18-2013 09:17 PM|
|1adam12||my first 3 fillups were 38,41,40mpg that was 90% hwy miles the first one was mostly driving with cruise set 72mph the next 2 were A 65|
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