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Cory Wolfe, April 13, 2010
Posted April 13, 2010
Well you realize I will not be able to resist saying the Golf will never do that, and with gas going back up, every penny counts.
ITT: Coasting downhill in neutral.
Yeah, I don't expect the Golf to crank out mileage that high. As it's running now, I got 27 mpg driving it back from NJ. I do plan on trying to maximize its efficiency, though.
Posted April 14, 2010
If I get the tires up to 34PSI I can get 43-45 hwy in the Cobalt on flat land.
I wish my Cobalt would do that...
I think my average is 21 mph and 25.7 mpg right now... damn stop and go traffic to and from work all week.
I'm getting ~25 in pure stop and go driving. When the warmer weather hits, I haven't done many long trips with it. Last time I did I averaged 36 on a road trip from LI to Cortland. Someone please tell me why I need a hybrid.
I generally average anywhere from 28 to 32. I wasn't expecting to get almost 42 after an entire tank. Though, the elevation decrease from NWPA to NYC surely helped. The drive back home, I averaged 35.
Posted April 15, 2010
S-Cars did that all the time.
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