Last post on Jan 16, 2007 at 7:14 AM
You are in the Hybrid Vehicles - Archived Discussions
This discussion is ARCHIVED. To reactivate the discussion, post a request in the Lost? Ask the Hybrids Host for directions! discussion.
What is this discussion about?
Hybrid Cars, Fuel Efficiency (MPG)
#514 of 519 Re: Hybrid Gas Mileage: Good? Bad? As Expected? [hybriddriver1]
Mar 19, 2006 (12:38 pm)
I just crossed 60K miles with my 2004 Honda Civic Hybrid last month. Zero trouble with it so far, and had regular scheduled maintenance.
Lifetime average is just under 60MPG.
2004 I was learning my new car and how to maximize efficiency and averaged mid 50's.
2005 Fine tuned what I was doing and applied it to rediculous measures and averaged 65MPG. Had one tank go 941 miles and calculated to 69.2MPG.
2006 Driving more "normal" now and mostly freeway. Still average 57-58MPG and +700mile tanks this winter.
Spring is here with warmer temps and had a couple 60MPG tanks.
I live in N.Georgia in the "foothills of the foothills" of the Blue Ridge mountains. I drive non-rush hour traffic.
The car have been nothing less than fantastic.
#515 of 519 Re: WOW [usbseawolf2000]
Mar 22, 2006 (8:46 pm)
I have a 03 HCH CVT and get 60+ all the time driving smart. My best has been 74.5 on a round trip of about 40 miles total.
#516 of 519 Press request
by KarenS HOST
Jun 07, 2006 (11:20 am)
A national finance magazine is looking to interview current hybrid owners who purchased a hybrid within the past year or two. The reporter is wanting to know if you have been satisfied or not with the gas savings you’ve been receiving. Please send an e-mail to ctalatiedmunds.com no later than Saturday, June 10, 2006 by 5:00 PM PT/8:00 PM ET containing your daytime contact information and the make and model of your hybrid vehicle.
Jun 13, 2006 (8:06 pm)
My last tank came in at 935 miles and pumped 12.7gallons to the rim for 73MPG. Not bad.
2004 Honda Civic Hybrid CVT (AT)
#519 of 519 4WD Mariner SUV Hybrid...
Jan 16, 2007 (7:14 am)
MPG = middle of sticker ranges 29 to 32.
With 1000 miles on odometer I'm averaging 30.6 mpg.
As Goldilocks would say... "... it's just right!"