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View Poll Results: What is your your average MPG?

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  • 30-31 MPG

    52 20.72%
  • 32-33 MPG

    48 19.12%
  • 34-35 MPG

    42 16.73%
  • 36-37 MPG

    32 12.75%
  • 38-39 MPG

    42 16.73%
  • 40-41 MPG

    21 8.37%
  • 42+ MPG

    20 7.97%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    Because this poll is technically for the normally aspirated 500. It was started in Feb 2011, about 13 months before the first Abarths came out. We have the Abarth mileage thread here: http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...mileage-thread
    Well the city number for the N/A automatic is under 30 mpg...
    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, we do have a 500 as a family car. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4 MultiAir 105 Pop, 6-speed AISIN AS60T Automatic, Grigio & Nero, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

    105 hp - 100 lb-ft.
    No big mods, except for one, a K&N air filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsnapz View Post
    Interesting comments.

    I'm just wondering why the options to vote don't go below 30 mpg?

    ..I can't be the only one that doesn't even get that? Yes it's my calculations too, I don't rely on the computer (although its only ever been one mile under or over real world mileage).
    I've tried my calculations and it's sad that the EVIC is actually right 90% of the time. This was after thrashing the car last night. Gas mileage actually went up. Sport mode whole trip, also went up a really big hill. Is your car an Abarth? Automatic or manual?
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    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, we do have a 500 as a family car. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4 MultiAir 105 Pop, 6-speed AISIN AS60T Automatic, Grigio & Nero, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

    105 hp - 100 lb-ft.
    No big mods, except for one, a K&N air filter.

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    [QUOTE=Tedolph;874636]Tedolph update!

    Moved to a flatter part of the country and am now averaging 44+ mpg in mixed driving. I attribute it to the BMC cloth air filter.

    Hey Smark- KBB says my 2012 POP is worth $5k!

    Hey Teddy, 10 years of ownership, BMC air filter. Couldn’t be any more flat, where I live. 35 mpg, average. Used cars, are in high demand now. Shortage of new cars, for sale.

    Where have you been hiding, old friend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    Because this poll is technically for the normally aspirated 500. It was started in Feb 2011, about 13 months before the first Abarths came out. We have the Abarth mileage thread here: http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...mileage-thread
    Ahh thanks sir. I must pay closer attention! I'll head on over to that thread & feel a bit better about me & my gas guzzler
    -2013 Gray 500 Abarth-Red/Black Leather-Sunroof-Climate Control-Manual Trans-60k+ miles-
    -Unichip ecu shennanigans-Sila short cia-magneti marelli pedal control-

    11 years living in the USA.....I'm from England where hot hatches are more common than pubs! Here, where I'm at in NH, not so much....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsnapz View Post
    Interesting comments.

    I'm just wondering why the options to vote don't go below 30 mpg?

    ..I can't be the only one that doesn't even get that? Yes it's my calculations too, I don't rely on the computer (although its only ever been one mile under or over real world mileage).
    I'm in the same boat with my 2016 Abarth automatic around town, but I love having 6th gear on the freeway - it's a great highway cruiser.

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    Just very recently bought a little 2016 fiat 500 turbo. Have made two trips from and to my girlfriends place 216 km away and the way home I got 19 km per litre and the way back I got 19.6 km per litre or 46.10206 mpg. Was driving mellow and shifting low in rpm in non sport mode with regular 87 octane the dealer had put in. Love that if you take it easy she sips fuel but if you need it ti move she does just fine. In town if I run the gears out and shift in high rpm its almost half that mileage but love that it can if you need it too. Or that if I have to pass on a the hilly mountain hwy portion of the drive along the ocean, dropping a gear and hitting the gas it will pick up just fine.and the saving in fuel compared to my old 99 Ford Explorer is staggering. Way more than pays for the car and insurance just on fuel savings heading there and back every weekend. About 11 litres in fuel one way or just under 3 American gallons to make the 216 km / 135 mile trip there.

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