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Old 11-04-2022, 07:46 PM #16
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When you get down to 30-40 miles on the readout, and you add 5-6 gallons, does anyone else's not update? It seems on mine it takes a good amount of gas to update the estimate, a fill-up from 1/4 to just over 1/2 tank does nothing.
For me, takes at least 3 gallons to get it to reset. Surprised you can put 6+ gallons in without it doing so. Otherwise just gets all weird and counts down the last ~25 miles very slowly.
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Reset your average mileage, drive around on the freeway a couple miles below the speed limit, drive like a grandma and your mileage to empty will blow up.

I have a 50 mile commute to work 95% freeway on my 2014. I made my average mileage go from 21 to over 24 by playing that game.
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I’ve got Range readings for over 400 fill-ups. Range varies based on MPGs but we’re not sure how many miles of MPGs it uses in its calculations. My Range can go up or down by about 20 miles between fill-ups if I’m going from daily city commuting to road trips. My best Range was 456 but it usually hovers around 380-430.
The accuracy of the on-board MPGs has been brought up several times. Here’s a repost of a what is said about it last year and it’s still holding true except now I’ve gone 126k miles and 433 fill-ups.

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My on-board computer is very accurate.
Wanna know how accurate?
This is for 115k miles of mileage tracking. 395 fill-ups.
Average of computer readings (computer reset at every fill-up): 20.91mpg
Average of manually calculated readings: 20.98mpg
Total mileage/total gas: 20.97mpg

The worst differences between manually calculated and the on-board computer has been +1.57mpg and -1.46mpg

Out of 395 fill-ups, only 15 times has the difference between hand calculated and on-board computer has exceeded 1mpg.
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