don't worry, you're not the only one.I have a hard time believing 90mpg with no resets. Sorry i say BS
these 2 owners claim to be original owners since new, never had a lifetime reset, original batteries, no claimed modifications, 250k+ miles, 90+lifetime mpg.I do believe it could be done by maybe 2-3 people. Only driving the car when it's warm out, specially when you start out for a ride. Gotta have a real good battery. Pretty flat area or very tiny hills and you couldn't use it for 3 or 4 mile trips. Car has to warm up to get lean burn. For a tank or so it's pretty easy, lifetime pretty darn hard. You'd have to only take it out in perfect conditions.
And you would be dead wrong. I don't understand why we're still bouncing this around. It has been done and documented here. 100+MPG tanks, 1000+ miles. Commuting. Search. Is hypermiling cheating? You don't have to modify the car. You have to modify the driver.I doubt 100% that anyone with a stock car can get 90mpg on one tank full (500 continous miles) without cheating that is no tailgating
I doubt 100% that anyone with a stock car can get 90mpg on one tank full (500 continous miles) without cheating that is no tailgating
Hi chinup. Great to see you post again. Enjoyed our conversations at 2016 Hybrid Fest.Without FAS would make little difference you just key off.