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  1. Sonata All Hybrid Models (YF/LF)
    I recently began using Electric Mode in my Sonata Plug-In Hybrid 2019 Ltd for the first time. But I am unsure of exactly how it differs from Hybrid Mode and what should be my optimal driving strategy. I ASSUME that Electric Mode does NOT use gasoline AT ALL until switching to Hybrid Mode as the...
  2. NX4 (2022+) Tucson
    Hi there, I recently bought an N Line AWD with the 2.5 engine. I know it is winter (I'm in Canada) but I'm averaging almost 12 l/100 km, no matter which driving mode I use... Actually, I don't see much of a difference between standard, eco and smart modes (sport does feel more responsive)...
  3. LC (2000-2005) Accent
    Hi Hyundai Fans, I have a 2004 Accent that has decided to burn through petrol extremely quickly. Something it's never done before. I usually get about 400km per full tank. Now a simple drive around my town burns a quarter tank! Insane! I'm hemorrhaging cash. So far I've done the following...
  4. TL (2016-2021) Tucson/IX35
    I have a 2019 SE 2.0L Nu with 21K miles. Until recently I've always used either 87 octane or 88 non-ethanol and my typical fuel economy is between 25 and 26 mpg. For certain reasons I've decided to try a tank of premium gas which is rated 91 octane. The 87 and 91 I've gotten are at Costco and...
  5. NF (2006-2010) Sonata
    Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum so forgive me if I'm doing anything wrong. About 3 months ago I bought a 2007 Hyundai sonata 3.3l V6, 150,000 km, a few days ago I filled up a full gas tank (67 liters), I drove 200 km on the highway and 200 km in the city before I had to refuel again. Found...
  6. CM (2007-2012) Santa Fe
    I completely panic when I see my fuel consumption indicator jump up to somewhere between 36 and 48 (or maybe even higher....I TRY not to look!) when moving off from a stop-sign or red light. Also, if I don't leave town for a week or more (strictly in-town driving), it seems like I can burn...
  7. i40 Forum
    I have a 2016 I40 se blue drive 136 he, it drives and goes well but I am only getting 29mpg to 31mpg on a long run any ideas? I have found that I get 1mpg more if I drive it in spots mode but surely it should do a lot more than this???? Thank you in advance
  8. JM (2004-2009) Tucson
    Good Day I have a tucon 2005 2.0 petrol with eng number g4gc5236090 in South Africa. 250k km. I have been looking for ways to better my fuel economy. And was looking to clean and test my oxygen sensor. Only problem is I cant find them anywhere not after the converter or anywhere on the engine...
  9. i20 Forum
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  10. DM (2013-2019) Santa Fe
    2017 Santa Fe Sport 2.0T: A couple of months ago I had a High-Pressure Fuel Pump replaced after 6 visits to Dealership to find the problem. It's worked okay since, but the Fuel Consumption has almost doubled. In the last few days, I had a separate Error Code P0010. Something to do with intake...
  11. LF (2015-2019) Sonata/i45
    I recently picked up a 2015 Sonata Sport with only 12,000 miles on it. Loving the car so far but today I noticed something funny with the low fuel light. Today the light came on when I was coming home from work. Computer said I have about 35 miles of range left. So I pull in to fill up and the...
  12. CM (2007-2012) Santa Fe
    So I recently bought a used 2009 Santa Fe, FWD, 3.3 V6. 161xxxkm. I got screwed over with it, had to replace the ball joints a week in after they told me they had just done the control arms (they lied). I'm getting horrible fuel economy here. 70$ to fill my tank and I'm only getting 250KM to a...
  13. TL (2016-2021) Tucson/IX35
    I recently, and accidentally, had a fuel injector cleaning done at my Hyundai dealer on my 2016 Tuscon Limited and now I am getting around 36 MPG (combo driving)! Does it seem right that the fuel economy would increase (from around 24-26 MPG) that much after a 'professional' cleaning?
  14. MD (2011-2016) Elantra sedan/coupe
    My car are jerking when I holding break in d gear, but then when I move to n gear it's feel better. Remarks : my fuel consumption become higher than be4. (10.6L / 100km)
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