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But, if your tank capacity is 13.5 gallon, when you see the yellow sign, and re-fuel the tank, your tank has around 1.5 or 2 gallon. So, if you drive 560 miles, and you re fill the tank, your MPG is 560 divided by 12 or 11.5. the MPG is 46.7 MPG (if you consumed 12 gallons), 48.7 (if you consumed 11.5 gallons).Report it
the number of dashboard is not correct. the presise MPG is from your hand calculating with your calculator. (it is the all the same with any car) So, 41 MPG is correct !!!Report it
The gas tank is rated at 13.5 gal, but the majority of FFH owners usually get a maximum of around 11 gal on each fill-up. If you were to drive the car until it quit from gas starvation, then you could put over 13 gal in the tank. 560 miles on 11 gallons gives you 50.9 mpg.Report it
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