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post #11 of 964 (permalink) Old 05-29-2009, 08:38 PM
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I have gotten mid to upper 40's @ 50 - 55 and about 38 @ 70-75 Around town I'm usually at about 27-28



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I didn't measure the MPG at refuels, but the computer says "7 liters per 100 km" when I'm doing 110-115 KM/H on Hwy 401.

Translation from Canadian English:

"... the computer says "34 MPG" when I'm doing 68.3 to 71.4 MPH on the Interstate".

This is on a 2008 Sport 2.4 L with a K&N air intake, GE Performance exhaust, and a vortech cyclone ring in the air intake.

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I get 24-26 city, depending if it warms up or not, and mixed city very little highway im at 28-29, I consistiently get 40-42 on the highway at 65-70

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???...You do know there are more throttle positions then closed and wide open don't you...LoL?!?!?!?

My Cobalt is averaging 26-27, mixed driving (mostly around town). I'm happy with it.
uhh?? I don't drive like an ******* I do the speed limit... 100% city lots of lights, traffic, and stop signs

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uhh?? I don't drive like an ******* I do the speed limit... 100% city lots of lights, traffic, and stop signs
I was joking...you get terrible mileage!

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I've owned my 09 Sedan Lt auto for about less than a month and I've gone through 3 full tanks of gas. My average mileage 21, 18, and 22. This was according to my computer and verified by the good old fashion division (I was impress by the accuracy of the computer.) I live in Hawaii and my commute consist of mostly city driving, and most of my highway trips are up and down a mountain. My average speed has not been reset since I got the car and presently reads 16 mph.

These numbers really made me wish I searched more dealerships around the state for the 5-speed I really wanted, considering the 2002 Neon 5-speed this car replace was averaging around 28mpg under the same conditions. But I've been able to justify my auto by knowing that I would not be able to have my factory remote start with out it.

I'm curious to see the average speed if available to accompany some of your guy's numbers. It may help to put things into perspective.
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I am getting 35-36 on a 09 lt automatic.
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Less than 25MPG mixed driving. have never gotten above 27MPG
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on my dash it says i get 31, but it has to be wrong cause my car is always out of gas
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Hey all,

I recently bought a red '08, 5 speed, 2dr coupe with 6K on it. Love it so far! I've run 4 tanks of gas through it so far. I shift up quickly, when possible, and drive pretty easy. I reset the avg mpg at each fill up and the trip mileage. Running down the road the instant mpg is interesting and varies to very high (99) to very low (13). Like I said it's interesting, but not very useful. There is a lot of difference between coasting onto an exit ramp or going up a steep long hill in terms of gas consumption. What matters to me is the average mpg. At the last fill up the dashboard computer said my average over 279 miles was 36.8 and my "divide the miles by gas bought" old style calculator method I came up with 37.5. I'm calling it 35-36 mpg. I really like the site.
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