there rating for fuel economy is it more than they say

Asked by Feb 03, 2008 at 12:59 AM about the 2007 Hyundai Tucson

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The fuel ratings are as follows: engine Make/model size Trans mi./gal. #Cyl city Hwy HYUNDAI TUCSON 2.0 / 4 M5+ 27 36 HYUNDAI TUCSON 2.0 / 4 A4E 26 35 HYUNDAI TUCSON 2.7 / 6 A4E 24 34 HYUNDAI TUCSON 4X4 2.7 / 6 A4E 23 32 "there rating for fuel economy is it more than they say" I am not sure what you mean here. But if you are getting better fuel economy, great. If nt I would expect to get around 22MPG-city and 30-32MPG-Highway. Those are the real world numbers. Or if you do a combined driving I would say about 26MPG-combined City/Highway I hope this helps. Best of luck.

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The ratings for fuel economy are typically rated for average drivers under average conditions. The window sticker will show that the typical driver on a rating of 27 will experience anywhere from 23-29 mpg, and on a rating of 36, anywhere from, say, 31 - 39 mpg. It's really hard to say whether or not they will be "higher" than expected. My '07 Dodge Caliber is rated for 25 city/27 highway but I have been averaging 29 mpg combined driving, so sometimes it works that way.

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Whoa. Where did you get these ratings? They are terribly off. Are those the old ones before the new standards came out? I have a 2007 4cyl auto, and the sticker said 20/25. It's about bang on, but you'll only get the 25 highway if you go 55mph. Usually, you'll get 21mpg in mixed driving with the AC on.

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