Separate names with a comma.
Yes if the post is not worthy it still would not be there. Keep trying.
Forget the brand names.
O weight might give better mpg's
I'am sure most owners take their cars to the shop for the oil change, so we would not have to discard.
Most mechanics do not suggest this, but then you have to have a hybrid to really know.
Slosh around are you a former drinker.....
the old air pocket myth...no Science backed.
A lot more than several tankfuls, to get a proper mean. Also drives should involve up hills and downhills during different tank fills.
Wonder if its best to get all four mudflaps, two or zero>>
Sure is not competitive with it in sales, doubt it , but did not waste time looking it up.
Wrong they get a lot worse than the non C, so quit trying to argue a non valid point.
Ford, Kia, VW and others have been posting false claims of high mpg's on car window stickers at dealerships and have been charged. The EPA does...
by you man By...
Manufactures have been caught and sued regarding their claims, so unless all that is wrong.
Remember the factory undercuts the average MPG, so many sure do get better than 50 mpg.
The C's are not exactly known for their mileage, surprised there is even a section for them on the chat.
Car makes quite a squeaking sound over bumps. Shocks and steering are fine, I am thinking
it might be the shocks on the hatch. Has any owners had...
50 mpg is not good and nothing to brag about.
My older cars got better mileage. I 've have never got over 50 mpg ever though and I am not used to that. I am not talking about a few trips I am...
I 've never heard of someone getting such crap mpg's something is wrong.