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i know they changed the transmission ratios around 2009 ( anyone clarify?)

my 2014 seems to get 18 mpg pretty much consistently

What do the earlier ones get?

I do notice the transmission shifting quite a bit at times

were the earlier transmissions better? or different? Did the earlier G1 get horrible fuel MPG's like I have heard?

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Peter
 

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i know they changed the transmission ratios around 2009 ( anyone clarify?)

my 2014 seems to get 18 mpg pretty much consistently

What do the earlier ones get?

I do notice the transmission shifting quite a bit at times

were the earlier transmissions better? or different? Did the earlier G1 get horrible fuel MPG's like I have heard?

Thanks!
Peter
Yes - there were minor changes to the engine and transmission for 2009.

According to real-world data on Fuelly.com, the 2009-2014 Ridgeline averages 0.8 MPG or 4.8% better fuel economy than the 2006-2008 Ridgeline.

The 2017-2022 Ridgeline averages 3.2 MPG or 18.5% better than the 2009-2014.
 

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2006 Ridge which I have owned since about 2012ish. I have gotten 17 MPG (mixed driving, but more highway) consistently from the day I purchased it to now. I actually just calculated a tank not to long ago and was pleased the MPG hadn't dropped off with 145K on the clock.
 
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