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I’ll have to check mine again in the morning. I purposely rest my trip meter, my Eco Drive report and all the other averages during every fill up. And I calculate it myself according to fill up gallons and miles driven out of habit since I never had one do it for me. I had an average of 24 for the 2k mile trip to ND and 17 for the trip back pulling 6100 pounds. Kept it under 2k RPM as best I could and drafted semis. If I didn’t, it blew through a tank much quicker.

Just Monday I reset everything for a 300 mile highway trip and got 23.9. I’m not sure I believe that. Again, I’m interested to see what it says now since I just filled up again and have only done 39 miles so far back-and-forth to work.

::edit:: guess things get exaggerated as time goes on. Here’s my old post and my statement above is a little off.
 

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Got you all beat. My instantaneous MPGs will hit 100 MPGs while coasting down a decent hill...and will exceed 150 MPGs right after I depress my clutch.
 

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I don't think mine would get 27 mpg going downhill with the wind at my back. Well, maybe it would until I got to the bottom of the hill.
 

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My best single trip so far was 28.2 on a 37 mile trip across town, however my overall average for the last ~2500 miles is 19.2 thanks to remote start and the Arizona summer.
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My wife's SV also got 28.2 according to the computer once. This was driving on the I10 going from Tucson to Safford.

Actual was right at 26 hand calculated. I don't know why computer over estimates the mileage?

My wife idles a LOT and almost all city driving and hand calculated is around 22 and my S I have been getting 23 all hand calculated.
 
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