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View Poll Results: What is your MPG
0-10 10 0.39%
10-20 90 3.50%
20-25 526 20.44%
25-30 991 38.52%
30-35 694 26.97%
35-40 209 8.12%
40+ 53 2.06%
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Old 06-03-2008, 05:11 AM   #411
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22 to 26, sometimes 20 if it has been a fun weekend. I tromp the gas atleast once a day so I know I am alive, but sometimes I get carried away.
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Old 06-03-2008, 05:22 AM   #412
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On my '06 ST I'm getting like 27-28 mpg with regular driving.
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Old 06-14-2008, 04:48 PM   #413
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with very conservative driving, I manage an average of 32mpg, and that is drving in mostly heavy city driving or congested freeway stop and go.
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Old 06-14-2008, 05:22 PM   #414
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With mixed driving I have been seeing a steady 31.5 US MPG or 37.XX imperial MPG or around 7.5L/100km

Automatic Wagon 2.0SPI, no mods unless you count plugs, wires, resonator delete and Scangauge II
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I average about 28 with 17 inch wheels on it, if I go back to the stock 15 inch steelies I get 32 to33 also Im running an atx I drive normal most of the time with that once in awhile get crazy slam down and then I think that was 10 buck down the drain why ?
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Old 06-14-2008, 08:22 PM   #416
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last week I filled up my tank and before it was empty the tach said 332 miles....so im getting about 28-30 mpg with modz...not bad for a 100k.
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Old 06-29-2008, 08:44 AM   #417
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With mixed driving I have been seeing a steady 31.5 US MPG or 37.XX imperial MPG or around 7.5L/100km

Automatic Wagon 2.0SPI, no mods unless you count plugs, wires, resonator delete and Scangauge II
Did you get your 31.5 from scan gauge or manual fill 'n divide calculations?

The scan gauge is just an interface that makes what's available at the OBD II into something humans can understand and in order for it to work, you have to assume that the fuel metering by the car is as accurate as the station pumps.

I know that even with fill and divide method, there is variation in filling termination point, thermal expansion of fuel, etc but if you do it enough times, law of large numbers takes effect.
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Old 06-29-2008, 01:18 PM   #418
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bah im lucky if my '01 gets 20mpg- maybe I should keep it below 5k?
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Mpg from FocusFest

Sounds like somthing is wrong your car should do better on gas than 20, I just got back from FocusFest this morning at 10 and I check my mpg at 70 to 80 miles per hour with the air on and it is a atx I got 32mpg actual figures. unless I figured it wrong I took gallons used witch was 60 divided it by miles driven an came up with 32.38333 correct me if this isnt write. forgot to say miles driven it was 1943.0 to my Drive.
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Old 07-08-2008, 10:15 PM   #420
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If it wasn't for driving in-city it would be higher, I've seen the lights of 30+
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