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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 #31 of 1592 (permalink) Old 10-02-2011, 02:47 PM
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Mixed around 14/15. Just city, 11/12. Just highway 17/18.

I did get up to 20 mpg on the highway before my new wheels/tires.
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For my highway traveling I have been getting around 18>19 when driving about 73 miles per hour. If I go down to 70 MPH it increases to around 19>20. If I drive 75 it goes down to 17>18.

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I added another option to the poll .....

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I just filled up after 100% surface street drive (all city), never getting over 50mph and not traveling more than about 2 miles between lights. I managed 16.5 mpg on a 4.6L that has 1300 miles on it.
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2008 DC 4X4 5.7, getting 18-20 highway, 16 city and 12 when towing my trailer.
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My average is 13.83 however this includes daily samples and meter reading which is all stop and go... Highway trip at 70-80 mph got me 16.16 mpg
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Mine seems to do about like most everyone else. I get in the low 20s on the Hwy if I keep it 65mph or under. I don't do any city driving, at least not enough to be able to check MPGs. I get in the low 12s pulling my 6k lb travel trailer. I drive with a soft pedal.

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15.5-15.9 Unfortunately there isn't an option for that on the poll. I guess I could round up to 16.

All city with a few stretches of a few miles where I can hit 50-60mph and set the cruise for a few minutes.

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5.7 with 3/1 lift and 35s getting 12 MPG. Its 90% city driving.
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16.7/17.4 mpg city and 18.3/18.7 when I'm going on long road trips.

i drove from FL to AZ and averaged 19.4 mpg and while visiting AZ i got over 20 mpg...this included driving in the city and mountains. By far the best i've ever gotten!!!


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I get 13-15mpg in da city, 15-16 on highway (RPM kept below 2K). Walk, how those federals holding out?


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bet $1M dollars 3 of the 6 getting lowest MPG are Ninja Ed, Banger, and DR. Other three are the dudes with S/C


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Great man! I haven't found one negative thing about them yet. They make a little noise but it isn't terrible.
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