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30 day after posting follow up. My wife and I have learned to drive for economy and are now getting the 35 to 36 MPG in city driving with the A.C. on. Living in Florida affords no other way. I am taking the car in today for a recall notice that is supposed to take care of the engine light on problem and software adjustment that allegedly will increase our fuel economy even more. I will point out that we are retired and are not jumping on the throttle for jack rabbit starts, we have the time. The younger generation may not be able to afford the time of slow even starts and using the battery to propel the car as much as possible. That is the secret to 35 MPG city driving. We are two month owners with 5500 miles on the car and we are not sorry yet that we bought this car.Report it
I had the same results with city mpg. We had a summer of 105-110 degrees so ran the AC constantly. The last time I tilled up, I decided to suck it up and not run the AC at all (cheated twice) and with work on the feathered driving I put 454 miles on the tank, refilled it with 12 gallons thus averaged just under 38 MPG exclusively in the city. That was some hot driving with windows down. Next tank will be a hybrid with more AC for comfort, even at 25-30mpg, still beats my Charger SRT.Report it
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