ilh Posted December 20, 2006 Share Posted December 20, 2006 I'm a bit baffled. On my usual weekly commute I get about 21-22mpg, sometimes down to 20ish in the summer with A/C going full tilt. This commute is about 1/3 at 40mph relatively constant speed on rural roads (Concord, MA), 1/3 75mph highway (Route 2), and 1/3 0-30mph stop and go (Cambridge, MA). What has me baffled is my past two weeks (tanks) are both over 23mpg. I have NEVER seen over 23mpg before except for pure highway jaunts. Usually, mileage seems a bit worse on winter gas. Could my Nokian RSi be that much better for mpg than the RE92s? That would be somewhat surprising given how soft the RSi tread is. I suppose I am babying the Nokians a bit on our bare roads. Still, I am pretty much traveling the same speeds as year round. I still go WOT a few times a day. I am stock. --Lee Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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