I've got just over 6k miles on my SE.
At 160 miles on the current tank I'm showing 47.6 mpg average.
I know it isn't accurate, last tank showed 44.5 and was actually just under 42. Still over the EPA estinate. I'm happy.
Agree , gas mileage is a + . Here's the newest fill . Display and calculated off for average around 3.3 M.P.G.. The car still has 4 winter studded tires . Hope to get them off in a few weeks . . Click banner for all fill-ups .
One time I filled up and immediately got on the interstate, after 30 miles (I think slightly downhill for the most part, to be fair) I noticed my MPG was at 54. Typically it's between 37-42 in the city and around 45-48 over the duration of road trips.
When I'm late for work and use sport mode in the city it's 28-36.
Use Sport mode for climbing hills . Comes in handy trying to get distance between you and a tailgater . Engage warp speed ! See ya later tailgater .
I have to say that I'm QUITE impressed with how capable the drivetrain is as a whole. It might not sound pleasant, but even at interstate speeds, this generation Accent seems more than capable of getting up to speed, keeping speed, and even surpassing speed if necessary.
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I got 45 mpg consistently if cruise is set to 68mph on my daily commute. If i slow it down to 60mph, I can get 50mpg all day long.
Are using the display for gas mileage ? If so , that's off by 3>5 M.P.G. over calculated gas mileage . It's a bit deceiving . Be nice if you could calibrate the gas mileage for more accurate fuel economy . Like that of the Scan Gauge or EcoMeter . Shouldn't be that difficult for manufactures to include .