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post #11 of 50 (permalink) Old 11-19-2015, 09:02 AM
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yes the 2.4L Sport with CVT trans.
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update

just finished trip from memphis to southern illinois.

49.8 mpg
interstate speed 70
two lane road 55

maintained speed limit.

no jack rabbit starts.

returning to memphis wednesday all state highway, no interstate.
will post results.
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just finished trip from memphis to southern illinois.

49.8 mpg
interstate speed 70
two lane road 55

maintained speed limit.

no jack rabbit starts.

returning to memphis wednesday all state highway, no interstate.
will post results.
Wow, that's some good news~
1.5T or 2.0?
That's on board computer or did you do the math at pump?
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post #15 of 50 (permalink) Old 11-24-2015, 06:11 PM
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That does sound very high although I have gotten as much as 42 mpg on my 2013 Accord Sport.
It again depends on how you drive. Hyper milers can get amazingly high MPG numbers. Once you get the hang of it, there is not that much difference in travel times between so called everyday driving style and hyper milageing. It actually becomes fun to do.
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After my first full tankful on my Touring, the dashboard computer said I was averaging 39.3 mpg.
However, when I filled it up and did my division, the true mpg was 37.1, mostly highway and never gunning it.
Is anyone else noticing a 2 mpg differential between the computer and reality?
Gary Tate: is your 49.8 mpg reality or what the computer said?
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Gary mentioned going 55MPH. I can easily see getting over 50MPG at that speed. most cars take a big hit past 62MPH
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post #18 of 50 (permalink) Old 12-05-2015, 06:38 PM
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Hit 1000 miles today, So far MPG rests at 34.8, Lots of leadfootitus has been involved in my driving but i'm impressed really, my elantra was getting 28 with the same treatment of to work/home of a pretty short trip, this does involve a 200 mile ride home from the dealer and a quarter of it was going through dallas traffic

If it's already warm and on the freeway she will pull 45+ or so, the numbers are right folks
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are you guys getting these numbers with the ECO button turned on?
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post #20 of 50 (permalink) Old 12-06-2015, 10:48 AM
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The ECO button is not a majic transformation. The following are its primary functions:
De-sensitizes the throttle to minimize jack rabbit starts.
Allows the CVT to upshift sooner for taller gearing sooner.
When the A/C is on, it cycles the compressor more often to take some of the load off the engine.

Other than the A/C cycling, you can do the rest yourself with a gentle foot on the throttle however with the ECO button you don't have to-the cars does it for you.
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