Join Date: Jul 2016
Location: Central Wisconsin
2017 Hyundai Elantra Limited
1988 Toyota Supra Turbo
1982 Pace Arrow Motorhome
1986 Bayliner, Vol
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What are you putting in the tank, I averaged 17 mpg in a 37 mpg car, when all I could buy was E10 and received E0 instead.
Son go that with his E85 mini-van that is E85 compatible, instead of 28 mpg, only received 15 mpg, said that was a waste of money, cheaper by the gallon, but not on the cost per mile.
Hyundai says can go E15, but not E85, what's the difference, ethanol is highly corrosive, E15 is corrosive, but just takes longer than E85.
Filled up this morning, averaged 39.2 mpg using miles driven by last fillup divided by what the pump said in gallons. But we are still getting this rotten winter gas. This is combination city and highway driving. But prefer summer ethanol free gas that averages better than 51 mpg.
Gas leaks are easy if parked in a garage, entire garage will smell like gas.