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View Poll Results: What is your average MPG with your Tundra?
10-11 mpg 131 5.51%
12-13 mpg 538 22.61%
14-15 mpg 923 38.80%
16-17 mpg 532 22.36%
18-19 mpg 128 5.38%
20+ mpg 21 0.88%
I don't care, this thing is a monster!! 88 3.70%
NON stock MPG 18 0.76%
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post #16 of 1592 (permalink) Old 09-01-2011, 05:27 AM
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I was at 19.7mpg for a good while using ethanol free gas and driving like a granny. It's down to 17.7mpg now though as I got tired of driving so slow lol. My commute is mostly hwy and interstate.

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I don't get buying a tundra unless you really need it getting 14 city mpg average miles if all you are going to do with it is drive in the city? But, I guess, where I live more rural and no big towns nearby mostly county roads, it all depends on where you live. Stop and go is what kills the gas mileage and if I lived in a city with no rural commutes, I'd buy a moped getting 60-80 mpg to go to work and take the tundra out on the weekends in the country and get away from the big city life.
Sorry man... I'm not gettin on a moped in KC rush hour. There is an element of safety in purchasing the Tundra.

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i got 14mpg before volant intake. now with it, i get 15mpg. stock otherwise

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I traded it over a year ago, but my '08 CM 5.7 (bone stock - no mods) had an average of 16.1mpg over 34,000 miles. Overall, I'd say it was right about 50% city, 50% highway.

Here are the Fuelly stats for that truck.

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The best I did was 19.8 driving between 55 and 60 on mostly level ground. I took a trip through Montana and got 17.5 mpg with the cruise set at 75mph. Coming home against a headwind, I got 16.5.
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14.1 back and forth to work. I live in the mountains though and lots of hills. I actually get better going the back roads at 40-45 mph than the highway at 65. I travel 22 miles each way with the 5.7 and 4x4.

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I dont' have the info button but given the way I drive, the supercharger, lift with 20" tires and A/T's I'm probably getting 11-12 city. I have always thought about buying the switch for info because I believe I'm prewired but then always decide that ....ignorance is bliss. I know folks have heard me say that before.

I'm about to take on some additional financial obligations and have honestly started thinking how I can get into a high MPG vehicle and still keep my Tundra. I have motorcycles and use those when I can to commute but there are some clueless drivers out there so the danger factor is bumped up on two wheels...I'd rather save the two wheels for reccreational riding.

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16.5 mpg Average, 5.7 S/C DC 2wd
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well city by definition is very broad, if i truly lived in the CITY, i would be riding subways or walking...

now i live in the city where im @, but its not like CITY, its city tho, as opposed to the more countryish areas where you have 2 miles of dirt road with 4 houses...

i would get killed on a moped on my way to work being as you must be able to do 55, and get there at a fair click, i would like to have a 4 banger hooride, but instead i have the lhs...

i actually like smaller cars for commuting, but when i need to tow my atv its an issue, and then i cant afford a really reliable nicer econo ride and have a nice truck to haul atv with, so i have a nice truck that i drive during summer cause its mine, and im making payments on it and the lhs for a salt ride which once it cools off enough i will go back to driving to work ( no a/c)

that said, the lhs really only was getting about 15 in winter and highest i have gotten was about 21 mostly highway...

i would like a bike, a rocket, or really really like a new vmax, however, after losing several friends and seeing many more get hurt and 99% of the time its another drivers fault and they had no control over the situation, ill take my chances with paying for lots of fuel.


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I have been getting around 11 with the lift and 35's and it is a 5.7 CM.

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New 2011 Crew Max with 5.7 engine and 2WD. I am getting 18 mpg today but a month ago when I purchased the truck, it was getting 16. I am happy with everything but the paint job.
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'07 RCSB, 20k, 5.7, 6-speed auto, TRD CAI, dual exhaust w/ Magnaflows...89 octane fuel. I have a very "heavy foot", I think it must be the type of boots I wear or maybe it's one of those faulty floor mat issues.
In-town and around the country side = 16-17 mpg, once or twice I was in the 14-15 mpg range but, I was burning 87 octane.
Highway and interstate milage at speeds of 75-90 (sometimes above) run about 18-19 mpg. I calculate the gas milage by dividing the number of gallons of fuel (at fill-up), into the milage traveled registered by the trip odometer. I'm satisfied.
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5.7 crewmax 4wd. I calculate mine every time I fill up. Generally 13.8-14.5.

Long highway trips I've max'd out at around 17.

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