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Old 03-05-2017, 04:53 PM   #19
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I was thinking of a supercharge but I think when I finish paying my fiance highlander am goin to buy a Cadillac cts v wagon

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Old 03-06-2017, 04:53 PM   #20
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48mpg using 4.5L/gal or 3.8L/gal?

i used to get 7-7.5L/100km in my 5 speed
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Old 03-06-2017, 05:41 PM   #21
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I get 450km per 35L this winter and in summer I get 550-600km. The best I ever got was 735km on 37L summer and driving very conservative.


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Old 03-06-2017, 05:43 PM   #22
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Old 03-07-2017, 02:25 PM   #23
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I just bought this car, a 4DR HTBK.
I'm not seeing anywhere close to 48MPG.
I think its about 450KM per tank in town.
The car only has 35,000KM on it.

What could it be, plugs?

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From one Canadian to another .. I am getting no where near that either in Edmonton.

I think that the max I have ever gotten is near 600 km "summer and super anal about mileage", but normal is right about 6.3 L/100KM (exactly what the 2007 Yaris is rated for).

Now in winter from my Fuelly this year.. 7.5 to 9.7 L/100KM, so 29-37 MPG (IMP) and 24-31 MPG (US). So I do not see your results to be so out of line.

My Fuelly number is all fills since about 2012 as a guideline. I have a 2007 Hatchback.
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Old 03-08-2017, 03:30 PM   #24
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I get about 482KM in mine, split daily between bad traffic jams and flyin down the interstate. (33/34 mpg typically) (26 mpg if towing)
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Old 08-25-2017, 11:18 AM   #25
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48 mpg is fantasy land. Only hyper miler fanatics can achieve that, rarely.

What you're getting is close to reality.


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Canadian Gallon is bigger than the U.S. gallon,

Canadian gallon is 4.52 liters

U.S gallon is 3.7 liters

So when we post our mileage from up here it will always be a higher number than the people from the U.S.
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Old 08-25-2017, 11:39 AM   #26
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Canadian Gallon is bigger than the U.S. gallon,

Canadian gallon is 4.52 liters

U.S gallon is 3.7 liters

So when we post our mileage from up here it will always be a higher number than the people from the U.S.
Nobody in North America really does the conversion based on the Queen's gallon, except for Canadian car ads. We all convert to US gallon when putting up figures here.

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Old 08-25-2017, 11:54 AM   #27
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Yeah, my gallon of windshield washer fluid is 3.7L.

My mileage sucks mostly because I drive 90% city stop and go. And I also best the crap out of it most of the time.

Avg 7.5L/100km and can easily get to 9-10 in the winter.

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Old 08-25-2017, 10:52 PM   #28
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I get about 30-34 mixed city and highway on a 5 speed driving like a granny. The best tank was 100% freeway at 45mpg following behind large cargo trucks on the freeway doing 50-65mph on flat roads which was mainly an experiment. I think most people posting 50+ mpg are either lying about it or they're driving 40mph on the freeway tailgating cargo trucks. I've already changed all filters, fluids, AFR/O2 sensor, pcv valve, inflated tires to 45 psi.
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Old 11-17-2019, 09:51 PM   #29
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The best entries on my fuel log were:
481 km for 32,67L giving an average of 6.79L/100km or 34.6 MPG
276 KM for 17L giving an average of 6.16L/100km or 38MPG
500km for 31L giving an average of 6.2L/100km or 38 MPG
409km for 24L giving an average of 5.87L/100KM or 40MPG

This on a 3rd gen 1NRFE 6MT.
Now I will be honest: 1st- I don't have a clue how I managed to pull 40MPG on a mix of city and a type of road we have here that is like a highway but with no more than 3 lanes, speed limit of about 100kph/60mph most of the times 80kph/50mph to travel inside the city.

2nd-My real average that I do almost every day is 7L/100km (33.6MPG) on my best days and 7.5L/100km (31.4MPG) however, I have some fill-ups that go something like:
127km for 11L giving an average of 8.69L/100KM or 27MPG

My car computer reads 7.2L/100km (32.7MPG) and I have lead blocks on my right shoe so if you do worse than 30MPG without city stop and go you have worse problems than your fuel economy
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