2010 poor gas milage

bigbruno
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Asked by Jul 12, 2010 at 05:17 PM about the 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

Question type: General

Greetings, I recently purchased a 2010 front wheel drive limited.  It now has 1,500 miles.  I'm getting only 16-17 mpg all suburban driving.   According to the specs, I should be getting 19 city and 26 highway.   
Will this get better over time?  If not, could there be something wrong with the car?
Thanks Big Bruno

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Stephen Lee
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Once your engine gets broken in you will see an increase in your fuel economy. I purchased a new Toyota tundra a little over a year ago and was only getting about 12-13mpg on the highway. Now my truck has 12,000 miles and I am averaging 18mpg hwy. It is basically the same for all new vehicles. Give it a little time and it will get better.

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