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Old 11-01-2019, 03:22 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Go ahead and try 50! You're not likely to hurt anything, and if road noise or ride comfort are too low, you can always drop pressure back down.

Cold weather affects my car tremendously too.

Do you intend to start a fuel log?
Alright, I'll go fill up to 50 psi right now!

Honestly, I'm not organized enough to start a fuel log, I'm too scatter brained, lol. But I did take this picture of the avg mpg, & will happily keep you updated if it improves with boosted psi. Currently it's 27 mpg, & has on occasion dropped to 22 mpg when I do a lot of city driving.

I'm curious as to why the avg consumer doesn't care about mpg, when choosing a vehicle or even improving fuel efficiency in their current vehicles.

I would engine swap to the latest Camry hybrid engine, if a new engine was necessary, if it was cost effective & it were simple as plug and play, no custom mounting brackets. But I'm guessing since I have a 2014, it's not compatible with the bigger bodied 2018's & above.
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