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Definitely go easy on that gas pedal for the initial 2000 miles. It should improve a bit. I get around 18 mpg city if its constantly stop-and-go. Even though that may not seem good, it is still an improvement over my '03 Pathfinder which I traded in for this car. I also love the fact that the power is there when you need it, so I'll sacrifice a bit.Report it
it wont get better I switched from the Honda CRV that I had 4 in a row of to Ford and I HATE it. First and Last ford, gas mileage sucks and the cabin noise is awfulReport it
Here's how you get to 28mpg: deserted highway, NO HILLS, warm dry climate, cruise control set to 54mph, premium gas. Deviate and it drops to 22.Report it
I have the 2.0 se. Gas mileage is horrible. I'm getting 15.5. I traded in my ford transit which was getting 22mpg. Can anyone help. My driving habits are the same with both cars.Report it
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