Daily Driver. 60% Highway,40% City and getting 19 - 21 mpg depending upon the fuel I purchase, for the truck in my Signature.
2008 5.7 DC Silver Sky Metallic SR5 TRD 4X4
Toyota Brushed SST Step Rails
Toyota Door Sill Protectors
Line X Spray-In Bedliner
Lund Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover
AVS Window Visors
Carriage Works Black Billet Grill
Carriage Works Black Billet Bumper Inserts
Carriage Works Black Billet Top Shell Opening
Painted Door Handles
TRD Sport Shifter Knob
Rostra RearSight Back-Up Camera/Monitor
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12-13 details in sig. I drove a VW TDI diesel today and averaged 43mpg.
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2010 5.7 4wd double cab
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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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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