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Combined fuel Mpg

When I purchased my 2017 Tucson with 2.0 AWD combined city and highway s/b 23 Mpg my first week has averaged out @ 24Mpg
 

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I got a 05 Tucson last week and haven’t driven it yet at 24 mpg I can’t se me keeping it that’s woeful, I was thinking of converting it to LPG but it’s gonna be to sore on juice
 

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Old thread, but an '05 Tucson:
4cyl
2WD A/T 19/25
2WD Manual 20/25
4WD Manual 19/24
6cyl
2WD A/T 18/24
4WD A/T 17/23

Not the best for economy, but the new models are much better.
 

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Have you measured the fuel consumption or are you reading it from the trip computer.
The trip computer on these older Hyundai models could measure in liters or US gallons, making the MPG value look worse than is actually is. 25 US MPG is actually about 30 UK MPG.

But you'd have been better buying a Tucson with the CRDi engine. That would return close to 40 UK MPG, and it's more torquey engine makes it nicer to drive, IMO.
 

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Hello Autospark,
No I haven’t measured anything yet the car is still with my mechanic sorting out the exhaust and am hoping your right 30 MPG I could live with
 

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you have to buy a diesel suv if you want good mpg
i have got 41mpg tank to tank since i bought mine 2 years ago.
about 500 miles to a full tank
 
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