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View Poll Results: What is your average MPG with your Tundra?
10-11 mpg 90 5.78%
12-13 mpg 304 19.54%
14-15 mpg 588 37.79%
16-17 mpg 387 24.87%
18-19 mpg 93 5.98%
20+ mpg 18 1.16%
I don't care, this thing is a monster!! 64 4.11%
NON stock MPG 12 0.77%
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What is your average MPG?

The title says it all- What do you average for MPG with your Tundra? Please list your engine as well.

I have an '07 DC 5.7L, and tracking my mileage with Fuelly.com, I average 15.9 mpg, with a best of 16.5 mpg. I have only owned my Tundra for a month now.



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Daily Driver. 60% Highway,40% City and getting 19 - 21 mpg depending upon the fuel I purchase, for the truck in my Signature.

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'07 5.7 4wd. The long term average mileage is 16.3 according to the "info" meter.

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I get between 14-15 right now. winter is worse. I have a cap and carry usually 300+ lbs of tools daily not too much highway mileage

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12 MPG average when not towing. 10 MPG while towing. 2011 DCRW


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12-13 details in sig. I drove a VW TDI diesel today and averaged 43mpg.

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5.7L 2wd. 14.6-15.2 mpg - I have a 7 mile commute to work with 2 miles @ 50 mph, the rest is mostly stop and go traffic. Tranny temp just hits normal about 5 miles in.



not including my towing which is usually around 9.5.

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I've had the joyous privilege to rack up about 160 miles a day this summer, depending on the route I take I'm between 17 and 18. Coastal rural roads drop me down to about 16.

My old commute through town dropped down to 15.8 nearly every tank.

All hand calculated.
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mine is 14.5-14.75, all city, highway is only 3-5 miles then im off, and i floor it to get on, so doesn't help it much...

towing i got 14.75 lol, same...


even with my fj, i avg 17.5-19 unloaded, then towing i got worst of 14.5 mpg once, hauling ass, then learned to slow it a lil, take a different route, and got 17-17.5...

i know its irrelevant, but i can get towing long range what i get city in a vehicle im fairly happy, not ecstatic, but not pissed either...

maybe ill try to baby foot it and see how it goes, i do get sideways on a regular basis, and floor it too, im not afraid to hit the pedal and watch a dollar go out the window.


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2010 5.7 with 6speed 2wd, best ever was 21 but i was in a part of oklahoma that the fuel doesnt have as much ethanol as it does in downtown. i get about 17.5 18 on average


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Mostly city I'm at 16.5 in my 4.6L crewmax over the first two tanks of gas.
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17.8 to 18 avg mpg 2010 DC 5.7L 4wd stock. High was 20 and low 15 in winter. Not too bad if you keep the foot off the pedal hard at stop and go situations.
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I have averaged 13.9 over the past 12 months. 80% city driving.

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13.8 driving in the city, I haven't really driven on the highway lately…Might be time for a road trip

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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.
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