Just a few notes:
A '92 & it's now 2003 how many miles does it have? My '92 Toyota has over 200,000 so I don't expect it to match listed sources on anything.
Is the air filter clean? Dirty or damaged air filters will hurt your gas mileage.
With all the new stuff listed, that means you got a tune-up right? If not you should.
Those tests to determine gas mileage are PROBABLY 1) with no added weight 2) minimal or no wind resistance 3) level surface.
So, do you normally have four people in your car or total passenger weight over 500 lbs? Got a lot of stuff in the trunk? Live somewhere really windy? Driving on a lot of hills?
Lastly, have you been driving a 5-speed long? I've ridden with people that don't shift well. I mean their timing is not very good so they're driving in a lower gear than they should be, or shifting too soon so the engine isn't working at peak.
And, if you got it used, you might be shifting right, but maybe the person that had it before you for X years wasn't, causing more wear & tear than normal for the miles listed on the odometer.
explain the problem. If you're 130 lbs & drive alone & carry no junk & had a tune up & got a new air filter & have under 100,000 miles, find a few friends with 5-speeds & compare driving styles.
When the EPA does gives out it figures for a vehicle fuel efficiency, they don't actually drive the car and see how much it uses. They measure the output and content of the exhaust gases, and use a mathematical formula they created in the '70s to figure out the vehicles milage. This provides a consist test across all vehicles, unfortunately newer cars will have artificially higher mileage because the EPA can't account for differences in newer technology.
The Honda Civic VX was made with two different types of engines. One was made for most of the US and the other was made for California. Due to CA emissions, they had to use an engine that only got up to 51 mpg on the highway and 44 mpg in the city. Sounds like the driving helped a little, check tire pressure and make sure you have the original alloy tires> they are some of the lightest made for that size on a stock car. May want to drive 55-60 mph on a long trip and check your mileage.
The 2003 Cavalier has an expected mileage of 22 mpg in the city. Highway mileage is an expected 30 mpg.
the Tahoe gets 15 mpg city, 19 mpg highway.
45 mpg on the highway 45 mpg on the highway
25 mpg/ city 36 to 43 is the expected range for most drivers on the hwy. most people are averaging 30 combined
About 16 mpg city and 18 on the highway
Runs around 14 as high as 17 mpg on highway if kept below 2000 rpm. ( about 110 km hr and below ) Depends on gearing and transmission arrangement. 373 ratio rear end, Allison automatic 5 speed?
1,693-mpg. That a fuw High Scholars made. But for a real car it is a Toyota Pries which gets 48mpg for city and 45mpg for High way
A 1996 Honda Accord holds 17 gallons of fuel. The expected mileage is 25 mpg city, 32 mpg on the highway.
We get 18 to 20 mpg on ours. We live at 6500 ft elevation which impacts the mpg somewhat.
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18 mpg city and 26 mpg highway. Mine averages at high 19 mpg but, I do a lot of back-and-forth to work driving.
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"It appears that the ion redline can get up to 36 mpg highway. This is not as impressive when you factor in the only 28 mpg its gets in town. Unless you have a lot of long distance, high speed driving to do."
High teens in the city and mid-20s on the highway.
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The 6.2-liter V8 engine for the 2011 Ford Super Duty is expected to have an EPA city rating of approximately 16 mpg and a highway rating of approximately 21 mpg.
A percentage of return that can be expected from a high yield savings account is 0.10%. Although this is the average, some percentages can get as high as 0.90%.
the best ive ever found and had was my dubed out 1986 toyota corolla 5spd it got 56 mpg high way and 52 city
With the cab fairing up top on the midroof, the aerodynamics should match, and there'll no MPG difference.
The Model T Ford would average around 17 mpg. But it was capable of getting as high as 25 mpg. Roads were horrible then and 17 mpg was about average, when driving on these roads. If you happen to find a nice stretch of paved flat road you could do much better.
A 2008 Sequoia with a 5.7 liter engine gets 16-18 mpg. When towing a 7' high x 14' long enclosed box trailer it gets 9-10 mpg.
Expected mileage for a 2000 Integra is 25 mpg city 31 hwy. These are basic guidelines. Due to hills, weather and individual driving habits actual mpg figures vary.
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