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Harrison, Please let us know what real world (non-dash display) gas mileage numbers you are getting as the motor breaks in. Also any other obsevations, post honeymoon. There are allot of us out here considering the 2014 6. Thank you!Report it
Thanks for the feed back Harrison. I am really interested in the highway mpg too when you get a chance to update. I am considering the Sport with the AT package. Mainly due to the 17" wheels and cloth seats. Test drove one...wow. A friend bought the touring and let me drive 4 of us to dinner and back. Equally impressive. The girls liked the back seat too. Enjoy the new ride!Report it
I've put 1000 miles on the car so far and really enjoy it. Averaging 27-28 mpg in primarily city driving. Some observations - I really prefer the Command Knob to control the Tech features than the touch screen. I'm also a bit of a clean freak so I prefer the knob rather than cleaning the screen. I would recommend inquiring about different color interiors as the black in the Touring gets pretty dark. It would have been nice if the lock/unlock buttons on the door were backlit. BOSE sound system awesome. Everyday I marvel at the attention to detail and the build quality - this car feels a lot more upscale than my old Fusion. The car's 4-banger provides lots of power around town - lots of RX and 3 owners have swooped around for a closer look at the 6. :)Report it
Ditto. I may want to wait for the diesel, but can't get an exact release date yet. Curious as to the "real world" economy of this car. My '03 V6 6s has a lifetime average of only about 23, so anything will be an improvement. That said, I'm also looking strongly at the Accord Sport. It's getting great reviews and I like cloth interior (only the base 6 has cloth now as the mid trim, Touring, now has pleather :( ).Report it
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