I avg. 30+mpg pretty much all summer but as soon as it starts getting cold out my mpg drops down to 27-28. As soon as it starts warming up again in the spring it shoots right back up to 30+. From what I can tell any temp under 60 degrees is where it starts going down.Hambone said:This seems really strange. I have never gotten really good fuel mileage. It nrmally says on the display 25 or 24. I don't normally run it hard. I bought it in September. Then over the winter I put a cold air intake. I didn't drive it much in the winter and could not tell much difference. It is louder and I like that.
Now that it has warmed up, my MPG has went up a lot. My display now is setting at 32 MPG, about 5 more than it used to. Is it the summer fuel is that much better, the cold air intake makes false readings in cold weather making it too rich, or something else. 5 MPG is a big difference.