on that car, the dynamic tractoin control is automatically always on. you can turn it off by pressing the dtc button and a traction control symbol will appear on your instrument cluster. for normal driving, for 99% of customers the dtc should always be on all the time. just for the sheer purpose many people have no idea how to drive a car properly and need computer assist modules to control the car for them.
I've seen anywhere from 10-12 (hard driving, around town) to 28+ (speed limit cruise-controlled highway driving)
Nisga'a Highway was created in 2006.
The Highway Men was created in 2006.
Highway to Hangovers was created in 2006.
I bought a 2006 Honda Pilot new and have consistently gotten about 18 mpg. Naturally a little more, but not much, on the highway and about 17.5 - 18 with mixed driving.
anywhere from 15 in the city to above 30 on the highway - depending on engine, model, and driving habits.
Pearblossom Highway - 2006 was released on: USA: 10 November 2006 (Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival)
Scenic Highway - 2006 was released on: USA: 22 October 2006 (New Orleans Film and Video Festival)
A 2006 Pontiac Torrent automobile is rated for 24 miles per gallon for highway driving and 19 miles per gallon for city driving. The annual fuel cost for this vehicle is estimated at approximately $1,500.
Turned - 2006 was released on: USA: 3 December 2006 (Anchorage International Film Festival)
My 2006 Titan SE King Cab has produced as much as 20.5mpg highway at 65 mph and 16.5 to 17.5 local driving with a/c on. I drive for economy and am very easy on the gas.
Somewhere Along the Highway was created on 2006-04-24.