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Yah, i completely agree with you Midilink! I bought this car for many reasons and yes i still love it, but...... The gas mileage on it is horrendous. I cant believe how low it actually is. I drive the car as softly and gently as i can trying to maximize mileage but to no avail. About the class action lawsuit.... I would be very interested, at least to get my money back... I do not want to pay this much in gas for the next 5 years or so...Report it
I purchased my 2011 Equinox in 09/2011. It has approximately 7200 miles on it. The mpg is horrible. It's my first Chevrolet and probably my last. Our mpg is ranging from 16.5 to 18 with mostly combined in-town/hwy driving. We've taken it on long road trips Portland, OR to Seattle, WA and got about 21. We always have "econ" on and use cruise control. If we coast downhills we might get 19 mpg. We're looking at trading it in and taking a loss, but haven't yet found anything that we would seriously consider. We're a a bit gun-shy about making another expensive mistake.Report it
great! Deb, let me know if you need other complaints regarding poor mpg. The best I could get was 24 mpg hwy. I am very upset that I spent $30,000.00 for something that was advertised @32 mpg. I always received better mpg then was posted on other vehicles. I gave up my Impala which gave me 32/34 hwy miles and it was a 6 cyl. SonnyReport it
It only took a week and 1300 miles to realize GM pulled the wool over my eyes! I drove all highway, kept under 70 mph and the best I was able to get was 25.7 mpg. I paid too much for this vehicle based on better miliage - I feel pretty cheated!Report it
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