Fuel Economy Update For March - 2013 Subaru BRZ Long-Term Road Test

2013 Subaru BRZ Long-Term Road Test

2013 Subaru BRZ Limited: Fuel Economy Update for March

April 2, 2013

2013 Subaru BRZ Limited

In the month of March, our long-term 2013 Subaru BRZ spun an additional 1,344 miles onto its odometer and consumed 51 gallons of 91 octane fuel. That equates to 26.3 miles per gallon for the month, which is bang on its lifetime average, too.

It also means we're continuing to beat the BRZ's EPA combined 25 mpg rating. Not bad considering that this is the kind of car that compels one to use its throttle with enthusiasm.

Worst Fill MPG: 18.6
Best Fill MPG: 32.5
Average Lifetime MPG: 26.3
EPA MPG Rating (City/Highway Combined): 25
Best Range: 357 miles
Current Odometer: 13,013 miles

Jason Kavanagh, Engineering Editor

Note: Cars are sometimes refueled before their fuel tanks are nearly empty. As such, "best" and "worst" fuel economy entries above are not necessarily the result of an entire tank's worth of driving.


  • ed124c ed124c Posts:

    Why does the BRZ get 2 mpg better than the Scion? Has the Subaru put on more highway miles than the Scion? They must all be coming off the same assembly line.

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