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View Poll Results: What is your your average MPG?

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  • 30-31 MPG

    47 20.17%
  • 32-33 MPG

    43 18.45%
  • 34-35 MPG

    40 17.17%
  • 36-37 MPG

    31 13.30%
  • 38-39 MPG

    41 17.60%
  • 40-41 MPG

    18 7.73%
  • 42+ MPG

    18 7.73%
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  1. #341
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    I'm new to the forum, so Hiya!
    I'm kinda jealous - y'all seem to have Abarths? (My first Fiat experience was a 500 Abarth from the junkyard when I was 12 in 1965. He swapped the Abarth engine for a regular one and rebuilt it. It was the first car he let me help with - while he held the engine, I crawled under & tightened the bolts. It had a kph speedometer - in the TN mountains. When loaded, it wouldn't go up the hill at the end of the street. By loaded I mean, my 150lb dad, my pregnant 250lb mom, my scrawny 9yr old brother, me (not a little girl), my dad's brother & his wife who were both over 6' and 200 lbs.)
    I'm adjusting from a 2003 Passat Turbo to a 2017 500L Trekking as my daily car. I've had it about 5 weeks and put 2000+ miles on it. I have a leadfoot (red lines don't scare me) and have avg'd 35-36 mpg with a combination of highway & big city stop'n go in traffic but Hubby (who drives like an old woman) has shared the highway driving so it's not as good as it should be. I use onboard calculator as well as a record book.
    Oh, and I've used nitrogen in my tires for over 10 years, almost never have a tire pressure issue, and get 80%+ of the rated miles out of my tires (where avg here is 50-60% - brands won't stand behind their warrantees here due to the road composition).

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    I get 34-36 mpg in my 2018 Pop and 32-34 in my 2018 Abarth. Both manual transmissions. That is primarily highway (fast-80-85 mph) with hilly terrain between ABQ NM and Santa Fe NM. Just love Fiats!! More fun to drive than about any other cars I've owned (and I am a major "car person" who trades cars once a year). Sure hope they hang in there in the USA.

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