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1,600 miles is all so far and almost all city/suburbia including most of it being Amazon Flex/Whole Foods deliveries. So a lot of stop and go...Overall, better than the initial 'similar' driving when my 2017 was new (about 1 to 1.5 mpg better).

Below is from my Fuelly dashboard...


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#DateMilesGallonsMPGPriceCity %
63/22/2084.905.31615.972.25995%
53/19/20374.8020.93117.912.37975%
43/12/20312.3016.33419.122.10970%
33/7/20293.4016.35917.942.39985%
23/3/20309.0017.60717.552.45970%
 

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Huh? Are you saying there is a bug in the way the computer calculates MPG? No wonder I was so happy. Can you point me to other threads or docs that talk about this?
My '18 -E with 28K consistently will show 22-23, mostly rural, some city driving and will ALWAYS be 10% optimistic. I will also see the computer drop noticeably if I let it idle such as when I emptying bags at the recycle bin or waiting for my wife while she does some quick shopping. My best was around 23.5 (actual, not computer) on a 100 mile trip on Ohio Turnpike @ 70 +/- 5. Bottom line, if I see 22 on the computer, I'm pretty sure it's really around 20.
 
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