About 35 mph, granted I didn't check that when I filled up.What's your average speed? Mine has been around 34mph
I'm a girl and for sure don't drive like one.I am at 78K in my GT and avg speed 35 and 24 MPG (and I drive like a girl LOL )
well we are taking a long trip so I'll be sure to post everything when we reach the gas station. I reset everything every fill up (mpg, trip mileage, and average speed) maybe that's where the difference is? Even though I'm not sure it would matter.1 more mph and 5 more mpg. Proof that putting a smaller engine doesn't always yield better MPG
Unless I'm just thrashing my car more than I should be. haha
Exactly! I think the G6 shouldn't have been offered with a 4cyl. But any 6cyl yes. It definitely needs more power (esp torque) to make proper use of the trans and to have enough power to get around comfortably, and therefore be efficient. Plus I have grippier tires which I'm sure brought it all down a bit. Hopefully once I build the motor a bit I'll see more MPG's. but it all depends on the way I tune I suppose. That's the trade-off I guess. Lots of power and fun, Or mpg. hahaThe size of the vehicle has alot to do with it aswell. Take a look at the mileage on any full size truck, the NA V6 version always has worse mileage than the NA V8 versions. Small engines have to work harder in bigger vehicles. As well, gearing and tire tread have a big impact.
I do the same, Every time I buy gas I always get a full tank, and I always clear every field in the INFO display. And I also divide my miles by how many gallons I buy. The math always works out differently than what my stereo says for Average MPG. And it's ALWAYS either +/- No consistency. But they're always close. Usually anywhere from 0.2-2.0 +/- mpgwell we are taking a long trip so I'll be sure to post everything when we reach the gas station. I reset everything every fill up (mpg, trip mileage, and average speed) maybe that's where the difference is? Even though I'm not sure it would matter.