. The 6th gear is double overdrive so if you are on the highway in 6th gear, you can get 25. Driving habits and regular maintenance make the biggest difference. Before you buy a used Dodge Challenger, you should first find out more information on where to find the best deal. I got as much as 343 miles on one tank and as little as 284. No I have a 2009, but I don't think there is any difference. Calculation 1: Divide total miles traveled by total gallons used.
Optional available features include a Blu-ray player, a blind spot monitoring system and a heated steering wheel. The average miles per gallon most cars get is between 20 dependingon size, engine and wt of car, with margin of +-5 mpg. At its cruising speed of 22. Some were getting in the 20's but I haven't been able to do that even with highway driving. Eric answered 10 years ago I drive a 302 Mustang Cobra and yes, it hurts at the pump, but it more than makes up for it with the pleasure that I get out of driving it. Advertised service loaners may not be immediately available for demonstration or delivery. What's goin on chargerforumz, I've had my charger for a couple of months now and I have to say I love the car; just not the gas mileage.
On an extra note how many M. . All style levels get the same city and highway mileage numbers and all use the same type of engine. Edmunds gives the 2014 Dodge Caravan a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. I consider the cost of having fun! Just to see what she can do! That's not good at all I've got you beat in average mileage too. I feel that I should be getting more than 250-260 miles per tank. Typical average for me I live in Texas is 25-27 combined city and highway.
Mine gets about 22mpg city and 32 highway. I am told it will improve with time but I am wondering as I got 1000 miles now. On my first tank in the new engine I got about 305 mi. Oh, and something I have to deal with soon, at about 40-50 thousand miles you'll need to change the brake pads. Pretty much of guys are getting 10mpg on these 2010 engines, then I going to expect that, as I always get the worst possible.
Those are the kinds of things that will improve your mpg, but with a car like that who is going to drive slowly. The best I have gotten is 25. If I baby it, I can get 15 to 16 in town, but that is no fun. It is completely stock and I try to change the oil some where between 2500 and 3000 miles. I topped it off before completely draining tank. I had been averaging around 19.
Right now I'm doing a comparison on 89 vs 91 octane to see if there's any difference in mileage. I have a 1998 Ford F150 truck that gets up to 17 Mpg. Take off the two bolts that attach the coil pack, move them to the side and flash a flashlight down the hole and you should see the spark … plug. Nice trans so far 14 g's. So, itdepends on what you drive! The motor, transmission, rear end gears, and tire size, along with how you drive it all play a big part in fuel mileage. I see no solinoids on top of the valve covers so perhapse under the intake manifold? When doing a highway only trip and using 6th gear, I averaged about 25 mpg.
I could go on, but basically, take car of your car and it will take care of you. With our engines, premium gas, and low gearing, these will never be economical to drive! If I went easy and kept it at 65 I can get 27 combined. Say I have a led foot, drive 90% city and always with the windows down? Fuel consumption can be lower than 30% if you do so. In my first childhood, I lost my license in a 70 Fury pretending it was a certain orange Charger with 01 on the side. . I know that driving habits and distance are a factor.
My city driving is horrible, as they are very short trips. I'm around 17-18 and I don't drive very conservatively. The first trip I took was from K. I would say something is up, even with more driving you won't see much improvement and with so many factors involved it is pretty hard to pinpoint why your mileage is not up to par. Follow one of the simple calculations in order to determine fuel.