The window sticker showed 31 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. I have never even come close to that. The best I have gotten is is 23 city with the air off, 20 with it on and 27 on the highway. This car has been back to the dealer several times to check it and a Toyota rep came out last time. They say, "its only an estimate" too bad, you loose and we won't do anything about it. My other car, a 2001 Honda CR-V, get 27 mpg, need I say more. Don't buy this car for the gas mileage stated, it is 34% less than that.
Tell the truth about the gas mileage. Then consumers won't get ripped off by false information and can make a fair determination.
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