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To the folks at Honda...I will continue to update how my 2011 Pilot does. I am just very disappointed a car that I have had just a month already had a recall and the gas milage is a lie. I expect much more from you. I have an s2k that has been flawless and has lived up to how the car was promoted. That is what I expect from my Pilot. Ewell SmithReport it
Mine has 19.3mile/gal for 267.3miles mixed local and highway. However, the milage meter gives a number of 20.6miles/gal. Will continue monitor it.Report it
My Honda Pilot EX model has 19.33mile/gal for 267.3miles mixed local and highway, which consumed 13.827gals gas. However, the milage meter gives a number of 20.6miles/gal. There is 1.27miles/gal difference between real mileage and meter mileage. Convert the difference into the gas volume, it has total 0.91 gals gas disappeared. I have traveled 534.6miles with gas consumption 24.461 gals. The mileage is 21.86miles/gal. However, the meter shows 22.6miles/gal. There is 0.74gals/mile difference. Convert the difference into the gas volume, it has total 0.83 gals gas disappeared. So, is it possible that my gas tank has a leakage? I have several experience of checking gas cap light on at high temperature days.Report it
The 534.6miles travel was on the highway. I will continue to monitor it.Report it
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