Please Post Your Gas Mileage

Nov 21, 2004
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Hey, I'm sorry, I've done a search regarding this, but I was wondering if you guys/gals would post ===> your car V6/GT, auto/manual, and gas mileage. I'm just curious. Thanks :D
 
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Mar 31, 2005
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You'll love this, 14 MPG city and 20.7 highway. The 20.7 was a trip I took on Thursday around 250-300 miles. It is hard keeping the foot from smashing down. I have the GT with manual.
 

trent_ky

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Mar 30, 2005
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GT Auto got 21.4 on the last tank...heres a tip thatll gives me about 2 extra mpg...set the cruise control

keeps ya out of trouble too
 
Nov 21, 2004
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Thanks for the input, guys. Trent, do you think that was mostly highway or city? Comparitively speaking it sounds pretty good.
 

bigcat

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May 1, 2005
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got a gt 5-speed manual: 19-20 in town with a heavy foot at the lights, 25 on my only road trip---1100 miles (it only had 1000 on it before i did that)
 
Apr 6, 2004
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best I have got is 23 and only one time. this past tank I kept it at 75 on the interstate and got 22mpg. 90% of my driving is the 60 mile trip to work and back on the interstate. I have a manual tranny btw. have over 5k miles on her.
 

afixer

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Apr 3, 2005
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road trip to san jose fully loaded w/air on 25.5 around town 18 - 19 now that i have lowered the car and am more playfull 14-15
 
Mar 30, 2005
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Mostly small town driving 17.8 MPG GT Manual.

Dave...
 

ctfordguy

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Mar 31, 2005
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Around everyone else, 14-15 around town, havent really checked only highway yet, but two tanks had about 40% highway and they were 17.
 

jlisle01

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Dec 29, 2004
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You guys are going to say I'm full of it but I'll remind you I drive for a living and fuel mileage is a big deal when you drive a semi-truck that gets 6 to 7 MPG. I average about 21 MPG in my 5spd GT but I left home one day during a pretty good rain storm and drove 186 miles. I kept my speed below 60 the entire trip and took it real easy on the throttle. My mileage came out 30.7 MPG when I pulled into Oklahoma City. I suspect that's about as good as it's ever going to get.
 

ctfordguy

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Mar 31, 2005
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I believe it. My F150 can vary from a low of 11-12 to a high of 16 depending on speed. The 16 was driving around 65, get to 75 and see the 11-12. Guess they knew what they were doing with the 55 on the interstate.
 
Nov 21, 2004
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jlisle01 said:
You guys are going to say I'm full of it but I'll remind you I drive for a living and fuel mileage is a big deal when you drive a semi-truck that gets 6 to 7 MPG. I average about 21 MPG in my 5spd GT but I left home one day during a pretty good rain storm and drove 186 miles. I kept my speed below 60 the entire trip and took it real easy on the throttle. My mileage came out 30.7 MPG when I pulled into Oklahoma City. I suspect that's about as good as it's ever going to get.
That IS hard to believe, but it must be possible. I wonder if it could happen in an auto? Actually, even averaging 21 MPG seems pretty good! Thanks again for all the input guys! :)
 
Dec 8, 2004
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I took my first road trip last weekend. 250+ one way.
20.3 going, 21.0 return trip. Cruise set on 84 for the most part, speed limit was 75.
 

Kris6541

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May 16, 2005
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i've had my mustang for 2 weeks now. i started with 14 miles and now i have 3100. for city i averaged 14 mpg. on my 600 mile road trip each way i got 26 mpg. i have a 5 speed gt with bassani off road x-pipe and flowmasters.
 

TexasVert

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Apr 18, 2005
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GT manual (vert) 16.4mpg mostly city driving with about 1900miles on the OD.

With no real change in driving it has come up from about 15.4mpg only a few hundred miles ago so there is probably some engine break-in going on.......