This car does not live up to the 29/40 mpg it says it is ssuppose to get. The trip meter will consistently indicate mpg about 4 to 5 more than what you are really getting.
You watch the trip meter and think great, I am getting 40 mpg.
Then you fill up and find out you really only got 35 mpg.
Don't get me wrong it is still good but should be easily correctable.
Advertised mpg on the window sticker are verified by the government.
Somebody is wrong.
Aside from that the car is awesome.
I quit riding Yamaha motorcycles because the speedometers were always off by about 4 miles per hour.
This is not new technology.
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