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Hypermiling my cx50 to 33.8mpg

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I went on a hypermiling drive of about 9 miles on city and country roads combined and got an amazing 33.8 mpg.
Please share your mpg figures.....
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I promise I鈥檒l more likely see 3.8 than 33.8. I think I鈥檓 hypomiling instead of hypermiling.
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I promise I鈥檒l more likely see 3.8 than 33.8. I think I鈥檓 hypomiling instead of hypermiling.
I am not aware of what either word means?
Explain please.
I am not aware of what either word means?
Explain please.
Hypermiling - the act of driving as efficiently as possible, including using the least amount of energy needed to do the task, the least braking, etc.

Hypomiling - is not a thing, past being made up by me, intended to connote the opposite.
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Hypermiling - the act of driving as efficiently as possible, including using the least amount of energy needed to do the task, the least braking, etc.

Hypomiling - is not a thing, past being made up by me, intended to connote the opposite.
Ok got it, thanks.
Sounds like my everyday driving habits 90% of the time. Go fast years are behind me now.
Were you and some buddies pushing it or something? I can't imagine getting this mileage. I run on 'Normal' in my turbo premium and the mileage is firmly in the mid 20's.
Were you and some buddies pushing it or something? I can't imagine getting this mileage. I run on 'Normal' in my turbo premium and the mileage is firmly in the mid 20's.
I have the 2.5 L 4cylinder pref plus, its rated for little bit better mpg than turbo. I tried Hypermiling just to see whats the best it can do馃槑. My daily drives are about 29mpg combined for city and freeway.
Don't coast in neutral, it will ruin your car. I live in the humid south, no way I am going with no A/C and the windows up. 50MPH on the highway, I don't have that time in my life. 28MPG on the HW in my Meridian.
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Don't coast in neutral, it will ruin your car. I live in the humid south, no way I am going with no A/C and the windows up. 50MPH on the highway, I don't have that time in my life. 28MPG on the HW in my Meridian.
Almost the same daily milage here, 馃憤馃徏 29 mpg freeway city combined. That hypermiling run was without coasting in neutral. Just feathering the throttle and only accelerating when necessary. Empty evening roads as well.
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I have got as high as 35 mpg. My average is around 31 mpg. All you have to do it use the cruise control, and follow the speed limit.
You will get better mpg if you come to Canada and use our gallons.馃ぃ
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