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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    How many miles, did you mother drive, tank to tank. 250-300 miles? Average fuel economy. It doesn’t make a difference, in the sport mode. All that does is make the transmission shift points quicker, and stiffens up the steering.
    The drive was 228 miles round trip, and some town driving in between. The reason why I said that we had Sport mode on, is because it also holds gears for longer. Sometimes it would downshift to 5th and hold it there for a while. We used half a tank each way, and we filled up before we left on our road trip, and we filled up when we left to come home, with 91 octane gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco Reviews... View Post
    The drive was 228 miles round trip, and some town driving in between. The reason why I said that we had Sport mode on, is because it also holds gears for longer. Sometimes it would downshift to 5th and hold it there for a while. We used half a tank each way, and we filled up before we left on our road trip, and we filled up when we left to come home, with 91 octane gas.
    Accurate fuel economy is measured full tank to empty. If you were to calculated it, pure highway driving. Driving around 70 mph. You’d see numbers around 36 mpg, from a automatic transmission. Sometimes higher. Pure city driving is around 27-32 mpg. 91 octane. That my experience, after over 9 year ownership. I seldom ever use the sport button, to me it’s just a Gimmick that I could have lived with out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    Accurate fuel economy is measured full tank to empty. If you were to calculated it, pure highway driving. Driving around 70 mph. Youd see numbers around 36 mpg, from a automatic transmission. Sometimes higher. Pure city driving is around 27-32 mpg. 91 octane. That my experience, after over 9 year ownership. I seldom ever use the sport button, to me its just a Gimmick that I could have lived with out.
    We just put a K&N Air Filter, into the car. What a difference. Performance? Improved. Sound?? A Bit Deeper, especially at 6k rpm+. At the limiter, it's really deep, and for some reason the transmission didn't shift up itself, at the limiter, like it did once. Maybe that's a because we shifted the second it hit the limiter, and didn't really let it sit there for half a second. Fuel Economy??? Much Improved. We went from 21.2 to 25 - 29 mpg, and that's just in the city, without the car really knowing that it's there yet. If it goes up to above 27, and stays there, it'll just sit there, and pay for itself. We typically have to fill it up, every 4 days, now, I'm hoping we can extend that to a week, or maybe two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco Reviews... View Post
    We just put a K&N Air Filter, into the car. What a difference. Performance? Improved. Sound?? A Bit Deeper, especially at 6k rpm+. At the limiter, it's really deep, and for some reason the transmission didn't shift up itself, at the limiter, like it did once. Maybe that's a because we shifted the second it hit the limiter, and didn't really let it sit there for half a second. Fuel Economy??? Much Improved. We went from 21.2 to 25 - 29 mpg, and that's just in the city, without the car really knowing that it's there yet. If it goes up to above 27, and stays there, it'll just sit there, and pay for itself. We typically have to fill it up, every 4 days, now, I'm hoping we can extend that to a week, or maybe two.
    Now we're getting 27 -29 city, and 31 -35 highway. Pretty good if you ask me, and it can actually handle hills without bogging down as much, and it likes to hold gears for longer, for some reason.

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