what is the gas milage


Asked by Mar 11, 2008 at 09:03 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang GT Deluxe

Question type: General

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The manual version should get between 18 and 26mpg. The automatic flavor would be slightly lower ... maybe 17 to 24mpg.


hey ive got a 1996 stang GT and im gonna let you in on a secret... if you do a lot of highway driving i can tell you how to save a bit on gas.. If your running regular gas then ur making about 22mpg on the higway... well i run premium and i get a measured 31.5 mpg on the highway driving like a retard at 125kph... i have a superchip that came with a preformance endurance tune... i install it whenever i leave the city and vwalla i actually save money putting premium into my car... and then its there for when i go import killing ... hahahaa... horsepower figures go down pretty staggeringly though but ur not hurting the engine and ur saving gas... i find no difference in the city between tunes... unless i use the race tune... which is frankly too agressive... and prob will hurt the engine...


heres what I do. I fill my car up all the way. when I fill up again after a good while I write down the amount of gas I put in, then write down the amount of miles I drove. Its simple just devide the amount of miles you drove by the amount of gas you put in. (ex. I drove 300 miles and put 21 gallons in, 300 devided by 21= 14.28 mpg)


Lol "import killing", I like your style.


My cousin has one and it gets about 20 mpg.


i have a 2003 deluxe gt conv. it averages about 15-18 on the highway


My '99 GT gets 12 city and 19 highway... But I'm not the slowest driver. Normal casually driven 99-04 Mustangs get and average of 17city, 25 highway.

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