This is absolutely worst-case. The engine has little to no opportunity to get to full operating temperature, and this particular engine design sucks gas when it is running in "cold" mode....90% of driving is less than two miles...
Anything over 3K is not accelerating particularly gently. That alone is angering the fuel economy gods....never over 4k on tach
Let me guess, young, childless and fully abled?No wonder, driving less than two miles! Why not get a bike ?
Speaking of that. I have people ask me all the time why I waste my money and time going to the gym (3 days a week) and eating right. My response usually is "I like to be healthy and fit! Another plus is I am able to tie my own shoes without running out of breath!" Yes overweight people ask me that at least once a week and yes thats really what I say!Very true statement. I am always shocked the fit are deemed weird while the overweight are considered the norm .
I run 38 PSI in all four corners. The lower tire pressure is a compromise of the manufacturer to balance milage and ride comfort. I think the max pressure on my Michelin HydroEdges is 44 PSI. Long haul on fwy I have seen over 25 mpg...On fillups I usually just let it autostop then do miles divided by gallons.
On the freeway (not frewway) I drive 65 to 70.
The dealer has checked my tire pressure but the dashboard icon for tire pressure has been intermittent since I bought it.