A couple weeks ago, my CR-V was at the dealer a second time for the dreaded gas in oil. The first time it was deemed overfilled, so they changed the oil. This time they acknowledged gasoline in the engine oil and deemed it bad fuel injectors. After they replaced the fuel injectors, my fuel economy seemed to drop instantly. Before I was averaging roughly 27 mpg in mixed driving, now with everything else unchanged, my fuel economy is stuck at 24 mpg. WTH? Why would my fuel economy drop by 11% when they replaced the supposedly defective fuel injectors? You know, if this were a RAV4 V6, a Forester XT, an Escape 2.0, etc, I would be satisfied with 24 mpg, but since it's a lower powered 1.5L engine with a CVT, the fuel economy is supposed to be better. Every day I'm wishing more and more that I had waited for the 2019 RAV4 before pulling the trigger on a new car. If the fuel injectors were faulty, why would my fuel economy drop when they were replaced?