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Andy, Sorry it's taken so long to respond but I just saw your comment today. After 6K miles, I still average around 28mpg mixed. Worst mileage I've gotten has been about 23mpg in mostly city driving. A few things to consider: I usually drive in Comfort mode with gentle accelerations and stops. I alternate between 93 and 89 octane gas (fill up at half full) to achieve a 91 octane balance (performance ratings are based on 91 octane). I buy name brand gas and notice slight mpg improvements with Shell and BP over other brands. I love driving in Sport mode but mostly use it on the highway or just when I want to have some fun. Driving hard in Sport mode will definitely reduce your mpg. Hope this helps. BTW, my service department reset the auto stop (defaults to off now). Don't know about you, but I hated auto stop. Good luck and sorry again for taking so long to get back to you.Report it
Great tip...I'm going to kill auto stop too. It's annoying and usually turn it off right after I start the motor....only to be reminded whenever I forget two seconds after I hit a stop light! Probably the only bad feature to speak of...cheers!Report it
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