I am getting around 38-42 mpg so far this spring. My mpg dropped a little due to bad traffic with A/C and late night driving with lights on. Still 50/50 and one night I was in bumper to bumper all the way home and took me 2 hours and still only lost 2 mpg. 11 hours engine on and still had 1/3 of a tank. Econ off and traction control off. Have not checked the air pressures or waxed the car yet this year. Traffic patterns are different from years past. Yesterday very bad delays and today no traffic at the same time.
Negative. I like the features but not a huge performance upgrade over the 9thgen Si plus my little one isn't that little anymore and my oldest is going into high school so money needs to go elsewhere not towards a new car. Besides I still enjoy driving my Si it suits my needs at this time.
38.4 mpg from home to Minnesota and back. It was a 2200 total mile trip. It would have gotten much better mpg but short trips in single digit temps. hurt the numbers. I can't understand why people live there voluntarily. Seems like banishment to Siberia..... The car was also carrying the most weight in "stuff" going and coming. It saw 100 mph several times just to get totally away from the worst of the worst idiots. Normal idiots are everywhere on the roads now. All they have is a driver's license, not brains. Not bad mileage considering especially the amount of weight it had in it.
MPG on my civic has dropped quite a bit now...down to 31.7 MPG. Although I chalk it up to the fact that I've been traveling quite a bit recently so the car sits for days, sometimes weeks, at a time and when I am home and drive it, its short trips (less than 10 miles) on surface streets and stop and go traffic, that and its been much colder around here the past couple months. Last night was the first time in a while where I had to take it out on the freeway to drive out to the valley. Coming home at night, freeway was wide open and actually saw my MPG rise a little bit.
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