I bought the LTZ with AWD. The sticker claims it should get 24mpg City driving and I'm currently getting 26MPG city
Can't blame you because coming from the type of cars most of us have, regardless of how we drive with the trax or any new vehicle we're still well ahead in fuel consumption. Coming from a 90's Town Car I was lucky to see 20MPG :SI'm at 29.9.. Mostly highway, and I don't try to be conservative in my driving habits.
Depends on your location. Here in Eastern Canada Premium has no ethanol, Medium grade has 7.5 percent Ethanol and regular has 15 percent Ethanol. Ethanol has a very direct effect on gas mileage. I use Premium. When adjusted to compensate for the lost energy of Ethanol content. I'm looking at a premium of 2 percent. Well worth it to me.Are there any appreciable differences in performance or MPG gained by using medium grade or premium fuel as opposed to top tier regular?
I tried several tankfuls of all three grades & the only difference I felt was in my wallet.Are there any appreciable differences in performance or MPG gained by using medium grade or premium fuel as opposed to top tier regular?
We provide a brief guide to help you determine if your vehicle can run on flex fuel. MPG. Due to ethanol's lower energy content, FFVs operating on E85 get roughly 15% to 27% fewer miles per gallon than when operating on regular gasoline, depending on the ethanol content.