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  • 2010-2012 Manual, mostly HWY @ 60-70 mph, Less than 28mpg

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  • 2013+ Manual, mostly HWY @ 60-70 mph, Less than 28mpg

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  • 2013+ 3.6r, mostly HWY @ 60-70 mph, Less than 28mpg

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  • 2010-2012 Manual, mostly HWY @ 70+ mph, 28mpg+

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  • 2013+ Manual, mostly HWY @ 70+ mph, 28mpg+

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  • 2013+ CVT, mostly HWY @ 70+ mph, 28mpg+

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  • 2013+ 3.6r, mostly HWY @ 70+ mph, 28mpg+

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  • 2013+ Manual, mostly HWY @ 70 + mph, Less than 28mpg

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  • 2013+ 3.6r, mostly HWY @ 70 + mph, Less than 28mpg

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  • 2010-2012 3.6r, mostly CITY, 22 mpg +

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  • 2010-2012 Manual, mostly CITY, Less than 22 mpg

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  • 2010-2012 CVT, mostly CITY, Less than 22 mpg

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  • 2010-2012 3.6r, mostly CITY, Less than 22 mpg

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 2013+ Manual, mostly CITY, Less than 22 mpg

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  • 2010-2012 3.6r, 50/50 driver, 24 mpg +

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  • 2013+ Manual, 50/50 driver, Less than 24 mpg

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  • N/A, Just show me the poll.

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I know we have the gas discussion in other posts.

For the interest of the poll please post numbers if your car has no roof rack and non-towing numbers only. We are looking for Real World averages on a basic stock car. Make sure you post up your current average not "the best/worst you ever got."

We have numbers all over the place and it would be nice to get better data. If you have some really outrageous mileage, post up but be prepared to defend yourself.

For reference these are just a handful of the posts talking about MPG:
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/19848-4th-gen-outback-gas-mileage.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/47835-2013-gas-mileage-way-less-than-expected.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/50451-outback-fuel-mileage-regression-2013-a.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/61-general-discussions/50495-general-comments-about-my-2012-a.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/61-general-discussions/50313-outback-tacoma.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/61-general-discussions/50381-mpg-cruise-control-vs-without-2013-ob-2-5i.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/44035-still-getting-bad-mileage-my-12-2-5i-premium.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/50250-first-fillup-not-ideal.html
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/89-oil-fuel-discussion/49784-increased-fuel-consumption-after-pulling-trailer.html


It seems to me we could use a poll. Please post up what you chose and why.

For those looking on how to make the on board computer a little more accurate:
http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/36268-dealer-customize-mode-how-adjust-fuel-economy-display.html
 

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I'll go first, CVT, 12k miles so far on a 2012.

Hwy 27-28 average. Best ever 30 mpg with gear.
City 23 average.
50/50 25-26 average.

All hand calculated, see my fuelly...
 

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Been averaging 22.3 mpg (50% city / 50% hwy - and a lot of short trips) in a new 2013 Outback 6-cylinder on Chevron mid-grade 88 octane fuel. MPG should improve after 3,000 miles with early LOF changes that got rid of high-friction metal particles in the engine and transmission, which were both serviced this morning at the dealer.
 
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