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      02-24-2013, 11:37 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by mact3333 View Post
I reset the mpg calculator...now I see 33mpg doing mostly freeway driving...better now....dont think I did reset since recently getting car.
Try doing actual fuel calculation instead of relying on the on-board calculator. Its going to estimate low (in my experience) and throw out higher samples when doing the average as potentially erroneous.

If you have a smartphone, i recommend using fuelly's mobile website to calculate and capture. Do this for a month and first, you'll be getting your 'actual' fuel mileage, calculated by you, also have a nice way to track it and graph it/etc.
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