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Old 10-31-2014, 02:52 PM   #6 (permalink)
jcp123
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Beater Echo - '00 Toyota Echo
90 day: 42.67 mpg (US)

Hondizzle - '97 Honda Civic DX
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90 day: 42.46 mpg (US)
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Yeah, getting MPG has become a more ingrained hobby for me. It's been 9 years since I started the hobby, and although I haven't had the bug to pursue many mods or take up more drastic hypermiling techniques, I am still irked when someone else is in the captain's chair of my Echo or it rains, or a school bus stops off in front of me, etc. If I had the hot rod I plan to start next year, I may not care about that, but otherwise, I have some sort of strange internal drive to strain for good numbers on that MPG record. 40+ is pretty good for me, more is impressive (I do miss the salad days of the mid-40s I was getting) but I am satisfied. Under 7 cents/g at current prices means I'd make decent profits were I sent anywhere and paid for mileage.
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'97 Honda Civic DX Coupe 5MT
'00 Echo - dead 2/17
'14 Chrysler Town + Country - the better half's car
'67 Mustang Convertible - gone 1/17
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