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Efficiency log for: AvilleEcho - 2000 Toyota Echo 4 dr manual
  • Lifetime Fuel Economy: 53.5 mpg (US), 4.4 L/100 km, 64.3 mpg (Imp)
  • 90-day Fuel Economy: 53.5 mpg (US), 4.4 L/100 km, 64.3 mpg (Imp)
  • 3-tank Fuel Economy: 53.5 mpg (US), 4.4 L/100 km, 64.3 mpg (Imp)
  • EPA Combined Rating / % over rating: 32 mpg (US) / 67.3% (based on 90-day fuel economy)
  • Total fills: 3
  • Average cost per gal/L: $2.57 per gal (US); $0.00 per L (price data entered for 2 fill/s)
  • Average cost per fill: $20.60
  • Average distance cost: $0.05 per mi. / $0.03 per km
  • Total fuel used: 23.55 gal (US), 89.1 L
  • Total distance traveled: 1260.5 mi. / 2028.6 km
  • Total cost: $41.20
  • Total fuel saved vs. EPA: 15.8 gal. (US) / 59.8 L
  • Total saved: $40.61 (based on avg. cost per gal./L)
  • Average tank distance: 420.2 mi. / 676.2 km
Fill date Distance Fill amount Price Fuel Economy Details
2009-06-19 496.5 mi
799.04 km
10.26 gal (US)
8.54 gal (Imp)
38.84 L
345.76 kWh
($26.97 total for this fill)
48.39 mpg (US)
58.14 mpg (Imp)
4.86 L/100 km
2.07 gal (US)/100 mi
696.39 Wh/mi
This tank I aimed for moderate hypermiling to match traffic a little better with very little EOC and mainly P&G.
My first half of the tank seemed to be headed for a 60 MPG tank as I hit 300 miles right at the halfway mark on the tank which seems to be almost exactly 5 gallons. This surprised me because I helped rescue a friend on the side of the road with a car load of stuff that I hauled back to their place on curvy back roads. The first half of the tank I would say was about 80 city/20 highway. the second half was about 40c/60h. I'm now starting to see how people do actually get better mileage off the highway. I also think that having my car loaded down seemed to help me get longer coasts. My P&G is also inconsistent since I'm so new to this. I started studying my BSFC today. Looks like P&G will work better with instrumentation. Can't wait to get a scangauge. As disappointing as this tank was, it's still way better than I was getting before hypermiling(avg 40-44mpg).
2009-06-10 344 mi
553.61 km
5.787 gal (US)
4.82 gal (Imp)
21.91 L
195.02 kWh
($14.23 total for this fill)
59.44 mpg (US)
71.37 mpg (Imp)
3.96 L/100 km
1.68 gal (US)/100 mi
566.92 Wh/mi
Mostly highway driving. Refilled early just as I entered a traffic jam and didn't want it to affect my tank MPG.
This time I ditched the acetone and just did speed reduction hovering around 55MPH. I found this safer the my previous 45 MPH and it seems to be even more efficient. Used a little less EOC than before but more pulse and glide. no instrumentation and a little lighter cargo. Ditched spare tire and musical instruments compared to last time.
Lastly, I pumped the tires up to 40psi about halfway through.
2009-05-31 420 mi
675.92 km
7.5 gal (US)
6.24 gal (Imp)
28.39 L
252.75 kWh
56 mpg (US)
67.31 mpg (Imp)
4.2 L/100 km
1.79 gal (US)/100 mi
601.79 Wh/mi
First highway roadtrip using hypermiling techniques and adding acetone to gas.
I was usually getting 40 city / 44 Hwy before I discovered hypermiling.
Drove 45MPH with hazards on the whole way and lots of EOC.

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