|Today 11:32 AM|
|hoffmaw1||The best I could ever manage was 40 doing a constant 60-65. Usually do around 33 driving at 75ish.|
|03-27-2015 08:29 PM|
Year car-- 2014
- Tranny type-- (Auto)
- Avg Speed--65
- Driving conditions-- Hills and flat
- Any mods that may effect fuel economy. -- Snorkel Delete
I get 39 MPG and this is on a car with less that 1k miles on it. Hope to get better when its get more broke in.
|03-20-2015 04:39 PM|
|Jburks||not bad! i only get about 26 mpg but i'm almost entirely city driving and a lot of hill driving. the few times i have done just highway driving i get in the mid 30's.|
|03-20-2015 04:33 PM|
I'm seeing some pretty impressive MPG highway claims! 40+ is awesome.
My daily commute is 60/40 highway/city and I am averaging around 33mpg with the occasional heavy foot
Would love to see what kind of fuel consumption I get with strictly highway driving.
|12-14-2014 04:38 PM|
Although there are some women that I could learn from about cars and trucks! LOL
|12-14-2014 04:04 PM|
If I painted mine a different color she would probably notice it when I told her. That is why I was so surprised she noticed something about the car "running a lot better".
Although a few weeks ago she did say "the truck seems to have a stiffer ride", which was also surprising seeing as high I adjusted the struts a little. Maybe she is catching on and learning after 25 years.
|12-14-2014 01:45 PM|
I am going to the Casey's in town too fill up with premium next fillup.
Thanks for the tip!
ps. I will wait to see if my wife notices any difference???
|12-14-2014 10:11 AM|
|looksdead||I will also add the throttle response went from meh to great. It is like a whole new vehicle. Even my wife noticed it. When she notices something it must stand out.|
|12-14-2014 10:06 AM|
|12-14-2014 09:59 AM|
|This thread has more than 10 replies. Click here to review the whole thread.|