I'd say 17 is pretty good for mostly city driving. Do you have FWD or AWD?krm said:I really have been trying to drive w/ a light foot. Getting 16.8-17.1 mostly city driving. I had just one drive on the freeway 2 days ago. Approx. 450 miles total.
I'm interested in hearing what everyone else is getting. I'm also hoping that it will pick up a bit as the car gets driven more.
yes rose,Rose said:Ensure tire psi is per spec.----- 35psi COLD ---- AND MPG WILL STAY ABOVE NEW ADVERTISED MPG WHICH IS VERY GOOD FOR THESE CROSSOVERS OR ANY SUV!
I already fill up my tires with an 80% nitrogen mix for free...it is called air!Top Dog said:Has anyone heard about putting nitrogen in their tires? My next door neighbor Owns 3 tire stores and he swears by Nitrogen.
It is an Inert Gas (noncombustable) that NASCAR and other Racers have used for years. Technology has just caught up to a reasonable
way for local Tire Stores to use it.
1. Tire holds pressure for up to 10 Mos or more ( unless you have a flat) and is not affected by heat, cold or altitude changes.
2. Reduces heat build up at highway speeds.
3. Is noncorrosive to Aluminum Rims
My Dealer Charges $19.99 + Tax for up to 18" rims and $22.95 + Tax for up t0 20" Rims. That is "EACH" Tire
I will have him put it in my tires when I finally receive my Enclave. we are planning on a long trip this summer and will see how it works out