Why doe the MPH say 22?

clare771
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Asked by clare771 Jan 01, 2012 at 12:01 PM about the 2011 Hyundai Accent GL Hatchback

Question type: General

I just bought a 2011 Accent yesterday.  At the time of purchase it had 9 miles on it.  When I first started driving it the MPH said 12 and it has gradually gone to 22 which is where it is now.  Is this my gas mileage?  I bought the car because it said it gets 30 in the city and 40 on the HWY...I drive a lot for work.

Please let me know if this MPH is the gas mileage and if so why it's only saying 22?

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Matthijs ter Keurs
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Are you sure, you're not talking about total mileage?

clare771
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Total mileage now says 200. Mph is slowly rising...at 30 now

Matthijs ter Keurs
25

MPH = Miles per hour, right? While MPG is miles per gallon.

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