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Efficiency log for: Silver Aero - 2004 Honda Civic EX Sedan Automatic
  • Lifetime Fuel Economy: 40.3 mpg (US), 5.8 L/100 km, 48.4 mpg (Imp)
  • 90-day Fuel Economy: 42 mpg (US), 5.6 L/100 km, 50.4 mpg (Imp)
  • 3-tank Fuel Economy: 42 mpg (US), 5.6 L/100 km, 50.4 mpg (Imp)
  • EPA Combined Rating / % over rating: 29 mpg (US) / 44.7% (based on 90-day fuel economy)
  • Total fills: 5
  • Average cost per gal/L: $2.67 per gal (US); $0.00 per L (price data entered for 4 fill/s)
  • Average cost per fill: $20.60
  • Average distance cost: $0.07 per mi. / $0.04 per km
  • Total fuel used: 39.79 gal (US), 150.6 L
  • Total distance traveled: 1604.5 mi. / 2582.2 km
  • Total cost: $82.40
  • Total fuel saved vs. EPA: 15.5 gal. (US) / 58.7 L
  • Total saved: $41.39 (based on avg. cost per gal./L)
  • Average tank distance: 320.9 mi. / 516.4 km
Fill date Distance Fill amount Price Fuel Economy Details
2018-05-23 423.6 mi
681.72 km
8.9382 gal (US)
7.44 gal (Imp)
33.83 L
301.22 kWh
47.39 mpg (US)
56.94 mpg (Imp)
4.96 L/100 km
2.11 gal (US)/100 mi
711.1 Wh/mi
Current tank so far.

Typical short trips. Torque monitoring resumed at 15 miles.

Air dam added at 26.4 miles - definitely noticeable increase in FE! Tank record again so far.

Intermittent P&G started at 212.3 miles.

New trip record: 58.2 MPG! (5/15/2018)

New day record: 57.7 MPG! (5/23/2018)

Check engine light came on around 70 miles. P0135, bank 1 O2 sensor...

95% city, 5% highway.
2018-04-27 489.6 mi
787.93 km
11.513 gal (US)
9.59 gal (Imp)
43.58 L
387.99 kWh
$2.799
($32.22 total for this fill)
42.53 mpg (US)
51.05 mpg (Imp)
5.53 L/100 km
2.35 gal (US)/100 mi
792.46 Wh/mi
New tank record so far since I started using Torque and blocking the upper grille!

Trips before using Torque: averaging ~38 MPG
Trips using Torque: averaging 41-42 MPG
Trips with mods but not using Torque: averaging 43+

(My adapter stopped working for some reason so can't track it until I get it replaced or fixed).

At 365 miles (4/21/2018) had vehicle serviced, including the following:
- Timing belt replacement
- Alternator accessory belt replacement
- Water pump replacement
- Transmission fluid replacement
- A couple other minor things replaced

Results: achieved 50+ mpg on return home trip after service. Final MPG for 112 miles on 4/21/2018: 47.89 mpg.

Smooth wheel covers added to front two wheels at 393.1 miles.

Rear wheel covers and partial lower grille block/fog light cover added at 404.6 miles.

90% city, 10% highway.
2018-04-08 407.7 mi
656.13 km
11.029 gal (US)
9.18 gal (Imp)
41.75 L
371.68 kWh
$2.659
($29.33 total for this fill)
36.97 mpg (US)
44.41 mpg (Imp)
6.36 L/100 km
2.71 gal (US)/100 mi
911.65 Wh/mi
Current tank so far.

Tires inflated to 38 PSI for 38.8 mi; cold deflated to 33 PSI for 128.4 mi, reinflated to 41 PSI for rest of tank.

Includes lots of short trips on a cold tank.

Includes approximately 40 minutes of extraneous idling during practice for parking test (~0.2 gal wasted).

Also includes my driving test, where eco-driving could not be done.

80% city, 20% hwy.
2018-02-14 100.1 mi
161.1 km
2.37 gal (US)
1.97 gal (Imp)
8.97 L
79.87 kWh
$2.509
($5.95 total for this fill)
42.24 mpg (US)
50.81 mpg (Imp)
5.57 L/100 km
2.37 gal (US)/100 mi
797.9 Wh/mi
New entry here for rest of tank #1 to represent change after replacing brake calipers and flushing brake line fluid.

MPG back up due to:
- Inflating tires from 32 PSI to 36 PSI
- Replacing dirty air filter
- Better hypermiling techniques
- Tailwinds and eco-friendly routes

Inflating tires from 32 PSI to 36 PSI yielded a 1.6% improvement (0.55 mpg)

Higher MPG due to an abnormally large amount of highway driving.

55% city, 45% hwy.

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Whole tank's average was 34.13 MPG (283.6 miles, 8.31 gal)
2018-02-08 183.5 mi
295.31 km
5.94 gal (US)
4.95 gal (Imp)
22.49 L
200.18 kWh
$2.509
($14.9 total for this fill)
30.89 mpg (US)
37.07 mpg (Imp)
7.62 L/100 km
3.24 gal (US)/100 mi
1090.9 Wh/mi
First drive with new to me 2004 Honda Civic.

Tires at 32 PSI.

Had to replaced brakes. Discovered bad brake caliper dragging on longer trip that killed my MPG.

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