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Great catch! I doubt that calculation was done based on 75mph sustained Highway miles, where it should do better than idle and city driving. We can hope anyway
 

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26.6 MPG

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Total miles showing are 312… I owned 2 different hybrids in the past and I ran through a couple tanks of gas just having fun and figuring out the cars characteristics, (that is not my normal driving) so don’t read to much into the 26.6 mpg… When I gave my 2007 Camry to my son, my historic average was 34.7 mpg, my 2013 Kia Hybrid was 35.4… FYI, Camry w/cvt was more fun
 

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I would not trust the dashboard info...in my experience when I tracked the actual mileage and gallons of gas used, the calculated result was always higher than the dashboard calculation. Maybe the Maverick will be more accurate...
 

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Now I just need a few 1L gasoline cans to boost that range even more. I hear it can hold a few.
 

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Total miles showing are 312… I owned 2 different hybrids in the past and I ran through a couple tanks of gas just having fun and figuring out the cars characteristics, (that is not my normal driving) so don’t read to much into the 26.6 mpg… When I gave my 2007 Camry to my son, my historic average was 34.7 mpg, my 2013 Kia Hybrid was 35.4… FYI, Camry w/cvt was more fun
The mileage is for the 2.0 liter engine not for the hybrid.
 

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My computer tells me..14.1/14.2 actual 13.6mpg So they are within 1 mpg but either way that is great MPG!! probably combined 26.6
 

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If you add the 'distance traveled' since reset .. and the 'miles to empty' ... the number is over 570. That is quiet the range on a tankful. If the distance was reset at the last fill. Doesn't quite add up for a 17 gallon tank, though.
tom
 

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If you add the 'distance traveled' since reset .. and the 'miles to empty' ... the number is over 570. That is quiet the range on a tankful. If the distance was reset at the last fill. Doesn't quite add up for a 17 gallon tank, though.
tom
It's still avg.... and most likely combined like a lot of people drive.... Me I drive mainly city so I suspect more of 21-22mpg for me... but than again I went with the Hybrid and hoping for 35-40mpg city
 
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