To get the real mpg, you need to subtract your EV driving. The battery state of charge (SOC) typically decreases in HV driving, and you need to account for that. Also, the MFD inflates the actual mpg by 5–10%. All this said, my actual mpg is over 70 mpg. If I don't account for what I listed above, I typically see over 80 mpg on the MFD every time in HV driving. Warmer weather is pushing it over 90 mpg; so, the actual mpg is approaching 80 mpg in warmer weather. If I get caught in stop-and-go traffic, I get something like 115 mpg (over 100 mpg after the corrections listed above), which is amazing, easily beating motorcycles!