if new ,put some break in miles on it it will get their,also rember lots of gas is poor qulaity.
The mileage estimates on new vehicles, even with the recent reformulation of the calculations by the EPA, seem to be a bit high. I typically see a mixture of driving getting more towards the lower "city" mileage or somewhere between -- never seem to see the high end of the scale on any of the new cars I've owned recently.
I have gotten 26 while driving on I-5, but generally I get anywhere from 10-20 in the city and 23 on the freeway.
On a normal day of driving 75/hour i get around 25mi/gal, but lately with the increasing gas prices i have slowed down to 65 and get a good 30-32mi/gal...
I live in a mountain town. I get around 21-23MPG when my wife drives it's usually a lot better though.
ys, all in freeway and no traffic jam
i get between 40 & 50 mpg, but you don't have the 2.2 ictdi se in the usa?
see this site www.hounda .co.uk
I DON'T HAVE TIME TO GO ON MOTOWAYS OR FREEWAYS? I GET 40 TO 50 MPG I DRIVE THE 2.2 ES I-CTDI TURBO DIESEL IT IS FASTER THAN THE GAS OR PETROL ONE'S
Ummm...no way on my 2002 EX. Still don't even after keeping up on all maintenance items plus 4 wheel alignment (lifetime at Firestone...good deal) and of course, a couple extra pounds of pressure now in the tires (previous set wore like they were all underinflated). 22-24 on the highway with cruise set around 70. Gets worse from there if in town. Also worse in hilly/mountainous terrain on cruise because it downshifts at the slightest incline with two or more occupants and a little cargo.
I'm getting 29mpg according to my car display.
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