Honda Fit Mileage?

Discussion in 'Fit' started by lymecheck, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. lymecheck

    TomP Guest

    I promise to read carefully....
    Your driving suggestion (above) is proof of your fanaticism. But it's your

    Just admit, you bought the wrong car, sell it and end the torture.

    On the other hand you can probably sell it for what you paid, less tax, tags and the
    stomach lining you've lost from worrying about the fuel economy.


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    TomP, Aug 5, 2007
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  2. lymecheck

    mjc13 Guest

    I can't resist one last response. I've been averaging 35-40 MPG
    *using the A/C.* If you did in fact read carefully, you'd know that my
    complaint about my '95 EX sedan is with the way it's geared, not the
    great fuel economy. This from a car that is much heavier than the Fit,
    rides at least as well, and is more comfortable. It also handles great.
    In short, if you want to haul stuff and drive a sporty-feeling car, get
    a Fit. If you want exceptional fuel economy, don't. If you want to
    improve your fuel economy, follow my suggestions. If you don't,

    If you want good acceleration above 2nd gear, avoid the mid '90's EX
    mjc13, Aug 8, 2007
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  3. lymecheck

    jim beam Guest

    you and your gearing. what rpm's do you have at 70?
    jim beam, Aug 8, 2007
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