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View Poll Results: What is your average MPG with your Tundra?
10-11 mpg 109 5.68%
12-13 mpg 408 21.26%
14-15 mpg 740 38.56%
16-17 mpg 442 23.03%
18-19 mpg 109 5.68%
20+ mpg 20 1.04%
I don't care, this thing is a monster!! 77 4.01%
NON stock MPG 14 0.73%
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post #466 of 1314 (permalink) Old 02-18-2013, 12:40 PM
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I just went to Gatlinburg and back from Louisiana and I everaged about 17.4 MPG about about a 1300 mile round trip doing 68-71 there and back. lol in the mountains I averaged about 14

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My 09' RW DC averaged 15.5 mpg, stock with a TRD intake.

With my 12' RW Crewmax I'm only averaging 14.5 stock with my TRD inatke. I chalk up the lower mpg to the extra weight of the crewmax. I also only have 5000 miles so there may be a little more break-in to go.

I dont baby the thing by any means, I use passing gear probably every day but I rarely floor it. My driving is half highway at 70mph, half in-town.

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13' CM TRD with 1200 miles... 13.4 so far... Hope it gets better

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MPG in cold weather

On cold days (-30 F) Im getting about 14.12 mpg and thats with a sheet of cardboard blocking all the cold air so my engine can warm up. During regular temperatures (59 F) Im getting on average 18.8 mpg
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11.5mpg. Refer to picture below lol. I'm catback-less, stock intake. Considering the k&n and gears. but I dunno.

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I average 14.5 (mostly highway miles at 80mph) in my '08 Crewmax Limited 5.7 4x4 (not flexfuel) And this is by calculating on my own.. Computer says 14.3 or something like that..

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15.2 City driving only. 23 stop lights over 11.3 miles to work. 5.7 4X4 RW / Stock. Just installed TRD filter, TRD Air excelerator, and removed the carbon filter. Will it make a difference? Maybe - maybe not!

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Re: What is your average MPG?

15.5 according to dash info...volant cai, corsa exhaust, ready lift 2.4 leveling kit...daily kid hauler driving back roads

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I made it through a whole year and managed to average over 17mpg. I do the same things as I did with my 06 Titan but couldn't even reach 15mpg in the Nissan.

Some of the things that may be keeping my MPG down are 1000 miles/yr of towing a 5000# trailer and that I live at 5300' elevation. I don't drive the truck around my town much since I ride my bike to work, but I do have a 4000' climb every time I come up from off the hill. I do have camper shell but didn't notice any MPG difference after installing it.

Positives are that I don't do many short trips or city driving. All stock with synthetic oil in the engine, diffs and transfer case. I just replaced the BFG Rugged Trails 275/65 with 265/70-18 Michelin LTX MS/2. Maybe less rolling resistance????

Overall I'm extremely pleased and I do drive very conservatively most of the time. I try to run it WOT to redline every time I'm out, I think it clears out the cobwebs. I drive 70 on the freeways and have reached over 20mpg on a tank for long trips at that speed.

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5.7L Rock Warrior. Had it less then a month and I am getting a shitty 12.5 avg mph. I live on a pretty steep hill and I think that is the root cause for my low mileage. I have one trip on the highway and that got 14.5 mpg.
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07 CM 4x4 5.7L - 12.5mpg on 285/65/18's. was getting 11.0 with the 305/55/20 trails

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Still breaking in

I only have about 600 miles on my 2013 Tundra CrewMax and just checked a tank of mostly highway miles and was pleasantly surprised to get 17.8! With all the complaining about fuel mileage I expected much worse. My last tank of mixed driving was about 15mpg. I don't drive very hard but I will be towing a fifth wheel trailer at about 6800lbs. Got about 10mpg when pulling it with my 07 Chevy Silverado with 5.3L.


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I just got a 2013 CM RW and when to fill it up at a 1/4 tank and only put 13.5 gallons in to fill it up which 13.5 gallons should be around a 1/2 tank. I can drive a 100 miles and it back to 1/2. So I stopped by the dealer see if they could calibrate the gauge and was told that was normal because when the low fuel light comes on there is still 5 gallons left. It doesn't sound right but is everyone else like this? I talk to my neighbor and he is has the same thing going on.
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