Fuel Economy Update for November - Back to Regular Routine - 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8 Long-Term Road Test

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2007 Dodge Charger SRT8: Fuel Economy Update for November - Back to Regular Routine

by Ronald Montoya, Senior Consumer Advice Editor on December 8, 2015

2007 Dodge Charger SRT8

It was hard to top our 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8's record highs and lows from October, and in November we went back to our typical usage patterns. As you can see in the photo above, the Charger calls for 91 octane gas. This is the only place you'll see this, however. It's not noted on the fuel door or fuel cap.

We drove the Charger 1,359 miles and filled it up eight times. It didn't go on any road trips, but it did get a new set of brakes and rotors.

We averaged 15.2 mpg in November, just shy of our lifetime average of 15.5 mpg, and right on the nose of the EPA estimate for combined driving.

Worst Fill MPG: 10.7 
Best Fill MPG: 22.2
Average Lifetime MPG: 15.5
EPA MPG Rating: 15 combined (13 City/18 Highway) 
Best Range: 317.4 
Current Odometer: 75,383

Ronald Montoya, Senior Consumer Advice Editor @ 75,383 miles

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