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On my most recent fill-up and commute (pure highway driving for 32 miles), I also saw the 40.2 mfg on the trip indicator (not loaded, except for my briefcase and me and no A/C). I was so jazzed that I took a picture of the panel just to show it off to my colleagues at work. Also seeing mixed city/highway at around 32-34 mpg, so I am totally satisfied with the fuel consumption.Report it
The trip indicator is inaccurate. It's fun to watch but I'd literally compare it to a toy or very bad programming. Your actual MPG should be calculated manually when you fill up if you want a modicum of of getting closer to accurate. "Mr. Hyundai ..." does lie. Hence the class action lawsuit that has been settled. Hence my dealer leaving the bogus mileage (it's on what Hyundai calls a Monroney sticker) on the windows of the cars to draw in more customers knowing, per Hyundai, the mileage rating is bogus. Not loaded but for a briefcase and you meaning if you added a passenger to the vehicle, you would expect the mileage to drop ... that's the insinuation. So, you have minimally a four passenger vehicle and if you put a small family in it ciao mileage except it's not there with which to begin.Report it
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