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I just bought a new 2021 Kicks about 1 month ago. So far I am averaging 8 liters / 100 km (= 29.4 mpg) in all city driving. I thought that was pretty good. How is everyone else doing?
 

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My all time best so far was 4.8 l/100km :D
However my average is 6.5-7 l/100km. I would consider my driving to be city driving, but, my city has speed limits of 80km/h and the routes I drive have few stopping points. So maybe it is closer to highway driving?
 

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as long as I keep my speed under 70mph (sorry can't remember the kph) I get 30+ miles per gallon. My best on a short trip where traffic was really bad and we were at a crawl I was getting 40mpg haha. If I'm on the freeway and going over 70mph I can expect roughly 28mpg or worse. I did that to myself though by attaching a roof basket.
 

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I just bought a new 2021 Kicks about 1 month ago. So far I am averaging 8 liters / 100 km (= 29.4 mpg) in all city driving. I thought that was pretty good. How is everyone else doing?
Very tricky question, with the Kicks SR 2020, if you drive slow it will give you 30-33mpg, sometimes 34 but any speed like 60-70 that drops significantly into the high 20s, about 27mpg,
 

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Here's my mileage story. 2020 Kicks. There is an indicator switch that will show MPG with a bar showing how much gas you have, and if you push the button it will also show you a running tab on your gas consumption. Mine fluctuates all over the map. Even while sitting at a stop light. As if the wind can change the MPG at a dead stop. The number it constantly reads is 37.6. However, it also says I will get 400 miles out of full tank, yet I never get more than 300. So ... I think the MPG indicator is flawed and I am going to start actually using an old style calculator to ascertain the real MPG I am getting. Because I'm at the gas station more often than my 37.6 MPG says I should be.
 
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