Just a not for some complaining about there MPG. Watch your driving habits.
I have corrected mine and it makes a difference. Stopping and starting at stop lights.
I watch mine and just got back from a 1000 mile trip.I wrote down my speeds and what the control said I was getting. On the interstate at 69mph I was getting 28.3mpg. On a stretch of road off the interstate where I drove at 58 and got 36.3. Both were flat roads and both were at no stopping for almost a hour on each road.
The entire trip gave me 29.3 mpg with 90 % of miles on hwy and the rest city.
Now you know you stop and go alot.Thats where you should study your habits.
have the same thing with the transmission jer
Like the controls.The seats are great.
Get the back to to be flat. What it does now is a pain and reduces what you can carry.
Get something else besides hard plastic where you click your seatbelt. They scratch easy and looks like crap. Im in the process of making a cloth cover to drape over the middle compartment.
Need to make the steering wheel bigger or move the gauges or make them bigger.
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