littleJohnnyfromNJ said:I have 1700 miles on my RT and I think the mileage sucks so far.... I reset the trip comp on the highway and was getting 20MPG on cruise control.... any input out there?
That's a load of... I would normally agree with you, however, this car was billed as getting 25MPG... I would hope to get a bit closer to that, ESPECIALLY when resetting the computer while on cruise control on the highway... if anything, doing so would have increased the average MPG... mine read 20MPG.... on a car billed as 25MPG, I would expect roughly 25MPG...RT-DAYTONA-RT said:Yes... Anyone worried about gas milage with a V8 340 HP car, probably should have bought somthing else.. I sold my 2005 Jetta Turbo Diesel that NEVER got less than 42 MPG to buy my Daytona. SO now I will get half the milage as before, but I don't care because I have 350 HP. It is very hard to buy a performance car and be happy with your MPG. Probably only a newer 6 Speed Corvette, I think they get around 28 highway, so not that far off from the Charger and you get a much more practical car with the Charger.
Amen!That's a load of... I would normally agree with you, however, this car was billed as getting 25MPG... I would hope to get a bit closer to that,
It should say actual mileage will be less unless you drive down hill in a vacuum with your windows up and the airconditioning off.Unfortunately, if you read closely under that 17/25 MPG it says "Actual Mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle's condition.