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18-19 mpg city, on the highway it goes between 28-35 depending on traffic. Typically I'm doing city driving so 18-19 is average for me however I do so few miles it doesn't really matter. Now that the summer is over I'll probably do 20-25 miles of driving a week.

(3.2V6 -5 spd auto)

(3.2V6 -5 spd auto)

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"1 highway, 0 city," Rainier Wolfcastle.

"1 highway, 0 city," Rainier Wolfcastle.

Hmm, Hummer from Simpsons right?

21.2 mpg average. Nissan X-Trail T31 2.5L.

Driven frugally, about 5 Litres per 100 kms ( i think thats about 45 - 46 mpg ) out of my Golf GTD. Driven normally, not that good ( note; anyone familiar with a Golf will see that its a ' GT SPORT ' 125Kw 350nm. This one is from the last two months of production of the Mk5. Mk6 was called simply ' GTD ', a hell of a lot easier to say, than ' GT SPORT '. Engine wise, the two were identical ).

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Last fillup: 41mpg, 2004 Honda Civic 4 door.

How do you like the GTD?Driven frugally, about 5 Litres per 100 kms ( i think thats about 45 - 46 mpg ) out of my Golf GTD. Driven normally, not that good.

It's one of those "shame we don't get that in the US" cars.

My Q5 TDI (3.0l diesel) gets 27 or 28 most of the time in town (worst 23), and 32 to 36 highway. I'm a spirited driver but I find the summer vs winter fuel blend affects it as much as driving style.

reason I ask is for a few weeks are gas stations had no gas I felt sorry for those in full size trucks I get around 110 mpg city and highway less if I go faster

110mpg??? What kind of vehicle???

Without A/C running & a heavy foot (0-60 in 10-12 seconds on average, but rarely do more than 2 or 3 MPH over speed limit if that)

Local city driving 5 - 7 miles one way to/from work = 26-27mpg (last tank refill worked out to 26.82MPG driving only to/from work which is 11.3 miles round trip)

Long trips (75+ miles one way):

@ 55MPH = 43-45MPG

@ 60MPH = 40-42MPG

@ 65MPH = 37-39MPG

running the A/C drops local 3-4 MPG & long trips by about 2 MPG

2010 HHR 2.2L Ecotec 4 cylinder - mileage determined by fill tank before trip, drive, & divide trip mileage by gallons needed to refill tank after trip.

My last long trip had about 22 miles of city driving (25 - 45MPH + stop & go) plus 226 miles open road @ about 62MPH avg (speed limits were 55 - 70 with majority at 65MPH) with A/C running about 1/2 the trip. Total trip mileage starting and ending at gas station I filled up then refueled at was 248 miles, took 7.042 gallons to refill tank for an average of 35.22MPG.

Honda pcx110mpg??? What kind of vehicle???

Without A/C running & a heavy foot (0-60 in 10-12 seconds on average, but rarely do more than 2 or 3 MPH over speed limit if that)

Local city driving 5 - 7 miles one way to/from work = 26-27mpg (last tank refill worked out to 26.82MPG driving only to/from work which is 11.3 miles round trip)

Long trips (75+ miles one way):

@ 55MPH = 43-45MPG

@ 60MPH = 40-42MPG

@ 65MPH = 37-39MPG

running the A/C drops local 3-4 MPG & long trips by about 2 MPG

2010 HHR 2.2L Ecotec 4 cylinder - mileage determined by fill tank before trip, drive, & divide trip mileage by gallons needed to refill tank after trip.

My last long trip had about 22 miles of city driving (25 - 45MPH + stop & go) plus 226 miles open road @ about 62MPH avg (speed limits were 55 - 70 with majority at 65MPH) with A/C running about 1/2 the trip. Total trip mileage starting and ending at gas station I filled up then refueled at was 248 miles, took 7.042 gallons to refill tank for an average of 35.22MPG.

I have a company gas card.

I have no idea what my mpg is. When it gets to a quarter I fill it up.

I have no idea what my mpg is. When it gets to a quarter I fill it up.

Volvo C70 (250 bhp automatic)

City: 22 mpg

Highway: 30 mpg

City: 22 mpg

Highway: 30 mpg

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I have a company gas card.

I have no idea what my mpg is. When it gets to a quarter I fill it up.

LOL... that's great!

I get 150 passenger miles per gallon highway and

120 passenger miles per gallon City.

Of course if you are talking inner city, then mileage may drop to 96 passenger MPG.

I have a 6 passenger vehicle, and most miles are driven with one to three people in the car.

There was a time that I had a 350 cc honda, and got 50 mpg with it (city). I guess with a passenger it would drop a little. So let's say it would get 90 passenger miles per gallon.

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