5 Gen: EX 1.5T
Here in Cali, gasoline has just pulled ahead of diesel as the most expensive fuel.Diesel is no better. And thats more expensive a fuel too.
When my daily mileage dropped, the diesel CR-V had to go....
Paid $2.89 for unleaded at Costco yesterday in Tucson, AZHere in Cali, gasoline has just pulled ahead of diesel as the most expensive fuel.
Our wonderful Governor keeps adding taxes to it. I recently went to AZ and gas was a full dollar cheaper per gallon and I'd bet my left pinkie that it's more than a doller per gallon cheaper now.
I might be a Tesla owner in the future at this rate.
Be sure you have reset the MPG indicator when you are checking. This (4 mpg) could have been carry over from before you bought the CR-V. There is something fishy here.I only drove about 20 miles on my brand new 1.5t, and getting 4mpg lol but I'll give it another 500-1000 miles and hopefully can get better MPG
I used to get 30mpg in my Rogue Sport on the same route
Huh? Are you in NY or CA? I'm in PA with one of the highest state gas tax in the country and I get gas for $2.77 per gallon at my local BJ's with 10 cent discount. I see $4 per gallon here by summer and $4.50 by labor day. Good times are here againIf I shop around, I can find 87 octane for $3.89/gallon (top tier) here but it's mostly $3.99/gallon and rising.
Californians pay much more per gallon (on average about a dollar more) ... mainly because California fuel blends are unique and for the most part only sourced from refineries within the state (from crude pipelined in from elsewhere.Paid $2.89 for unleaded at Costco yesterday in Tucson, AZ
It's not the taxes on fuel that get us in California, it is that the state requires specific fuel blends that the oil companies are more than willing to refine only in California and charge premium pricing accordingly.Huh? Are you in NY or CA? I'm in PA with one of the highest state gas tax in the country and I get gas for $2.77 per gallon at my local BJ's with 10 cent discount. I see $4 per gallon here by summer and $4.50 by labor day. Good times are here again
My AWD 2020 is now getting 32+ around town... 5000 miles now on it. Started out 28+ when bought it in Nov. Getting better with break-in... I would have Honda check out engine computer mapping to see if any updates...That's great--I'm looking forward to that. My 2020 AWD is only getting 22.5-23 with mostly around town driving but still only has 900 miles on it. Hoping for an improvement on that.
Suggest you read this entire thread - way to many variables/factors affect fuel burn.Just picked up a 2018 LX CRV. Was a lease. Had mileage less than average and is in great shape. However the mileage I’m getting on highway is only 25.5 miles a gallon. I was getting over 30 with my 2014!!! Is this normal. It’s four years later and less mileage???