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Old 02-08-2024, 11:31 AM   #21 (permalink)
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'disregarding highs'

Originally Posted by racprops View Post
And the Toyota gained 14.76.

I am disregarding your highs as I am not throwing in readings of taking a Toyota and a Hyundai from 32MPG an getting readings of 60 and 70 MPG using Hydrogen systems as we could not do them twice…Yes a unicorn….but it happened on two cars (out of 14) and one drove home complaining to us about ONLY getting 62 MPG on two fillups…after we saw 72 on one drive test.

The longer you stay in the game, the more you'll realize that your vehicle will demonstrate a natural mpg variability, especially on a coast-to-coast run, with zero change to modifications.
I provided an entire mpg breakdown, tank-by-tank on my road trips for 2014 and 2017, with all route data.

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