Gas mileage

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by TacoDragon, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. TacoDragon

    TacoDragon Member

    I can't seem to get better than 17 mpg. Even on the highway. Has anyone else experienced this?
     
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  3. Malicious Mike

    Malicious Mike Well-Known Member

    I think I'm getting about 17...but I'm not really trying...
     
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  4. brawler1588

    brawler1588 Well-Known Member

    Same here my average is about 18 combined.
     
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  5. tjb

    tjb Member

    Are you going by the truck’s readout? Or your own figuring? I’m regularly getting 21-22mpg, about 80% highway.
     
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  6. brawler1588

    brawler1588 Well-Known Member

    Mine is doing the math not using trucks computer but the computer it's close
     
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  7. B-Man

    B-Man Well-Known Member

    Gettin' 23.2mpg as of today on the way home from work.
     
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  8. OP
    TacoDragon

    TacoDragon Member

    How do you calculate mpg
     
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  9. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Reset your trip A or B to 0.0 at your next fill up. Drive normal. At the next fill up look at your trip take that number and divide how many gallons it took to fill up.

    Example:
    Trip mileage says 300 miles
    Gallons to fill was 17 ga
    300/17 = 17.6 mpg
    Reset trip and repeat.
     
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  10. Coyote501

    Coyote501 Active Member

    22.7 mpg. Probably 50/50 city and highway miles.
     
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  11. jduval99

    jduval99 New Member

    Recent vacation 50/50 highway/2 lane.....22.8....400 mile trip.
     
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  12. tjb

    tjb Member

    And of us who’re getting 22ish mpg, how many drive with ect on by default. I do.
     
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  13. Scott Wyman

    Scott Wyman Well-Known Member

    That's pretty respectable.
     
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  14. JimShep

    JimShep Well-Known Member

    I average 18.5 with my 11 sport
     
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  15. PipeRat

    PipeRat New Member

    18 in town and 22 highway.
    19' Pro
     
  16. BigBlue

    BigBlue Member

    The worst I've seen is 22mpg. The last couple of tanks are seeing any where from 430 to 450 and or when I get a fuel lamp. Figuring it the old fashion way shows 24mpg. I drive it at the speed limit with 31psi tire pressure. I don't do the hypermiling thing. My truck is a bone stock 2016 Crew cab LB V6.
     
  17. ferball

    ferball Member

    I get around 22mpg with my daily driving. I live in a "rural" New England so my daily driving never puts my speedo past 55. If I hit the interstate and cruise at 70+ my mpg will drop to around 18.
     
  18. Series6

    Series6 Well-Known Member

    I average 22-23.5 consistently

    Road trips better. Think i averaged 26 last year.
     
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  19. WooD

    WooD WooD

    I can't complain.

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    Actually get around 21 MPG if I drive the speed limit.

    I have a hard time doing that. Around 80 MPH I average 18 to 19 MPG with a 4x4 V6 auto.

    When I fill up my truck only shows about 350 miles to empty at best, sometimes 330 miles.
     
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  20. Malicious Mike

    Malicious Mike Well-Known Member

    If you can't trust the truck's calculation, how can you trust the odometer?
     
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  21. brawler1588

    brawler1588 Well-Known Member

    I would think more involved with the estimated mpg odometer is by tire rotation, speed rpm, idle all factor in to mpg
     

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