I'm assuming that you are talking about a Pathfinder? Not to sound like a complete ass or anything, but it is generally well known that SUVs don't get similar mpg as cars.ByPath wrote:wow good ridance biggest piece of crap suv ever made! had only 61k miles but felt like it had 300k miles! the worst interior trim quality I have ever seen!
please be sure to let us know what you got and what forum you join, along with your author/username, so that we can see all your whining about your wonderful new car that i'm sure will be a paragon of perfectionByPath wrote:wow good ridance biggest piece of crap suv ever made! had only 61k miles but felt like it had 300k miles! the worst interior trim quality I have ever seen!
Mine is 4WD w/ both AUTO mode and 2WD mode. I just bought it and have done all of my driving in 2WD. My average for a tank with probably 3/4 of it highway is 18-20. I tried a week of cruise control at 70 and got 20, and a week at 75 and got 18-ish. I think this was with 87 octane. I was thinking maybe 91/93 is recommended maybe that would improve it a bit, but I've only tried mid grade (89) and didn't see any change from what I can tell. But I only just got it and haven't had time to do a lot of analysis yet...BMXPath wrote:Seems like I read alot of people getting only 18 to 20mpg. Is that on average, or are yall talking about highway mpg? Alot of you have the 4WD, so I can understand getting under 20 mpg on the highway.
My 2WD gets 22 to 23 on the highway. I average about 17/18 for my daily, around town commuting. Btw, I am pretty heavy on the pedal.
BMXPath wrote:It is too bad that bypath had so many problems with his Pathy. He quickly developed a slighty- biased opinion due to his issues. Good luck with whatever he gets in place of the Pathy.