I have 2017 Nismo mt6 and consistently getting 32 to 42 in normal mode I have found mode don’t change mpg if you baby it. Right now onboard computer display reads 37.4So I "heard" that the gas vs. mileage is not what the sticker says. For all of you out there that have a Juke, what kind of Mileage are you getting and what do you have?
I wish I could do the full throttle test out here. But there are way too many people living in SoCal, its just not possible. It takes most people out here a quarter mile to get up to 10 mph below the speed limit and by that time, you are at the next light. Cant even do it getting on the freeway since its always dead stopped. It would be a blast to do in the Evo since it does 45 mph in first gear and takes 1 second to get there but thanks to everyone else around, not happening. I will just have to take your word for it.@Storm Trooper i actually did this on my last two tanks of gas. I drove like a grandma and did super slow and long acceleration as well as coasted more than I usually do. Coast on the uphills and slowly accelerate on the downhills. Never went above -6 in/hg vacuum as that is the “sweet spot” for my car and anything under that is 30mpg+ instantaneous fuel mileage. I ended up getting about 30.5 mpg on that tank. The next tank I drove like a bat out of hell from stop lights, stop signs, etc. in theory you spend more time at speed coasting rather than accelerating. The trade off though is your instantaneous fuel mileage is in the shitter more often than the average from driving like a grandma. I drove about 80% the same routes between the two tanks. The second tank I got about 27.2mpg. Hand calculated because the trip computer is a liar. What was interesting though is because the instantaneous fuel mileage takes a nose dive on acceleration, it pulls down the trip average fuel mileage but once you’re at speed, the average fuel mileage slightly recovers. Most noticeable on long interstate on ramps when WOT from 0-80 then merging into rush hour (moving) traffic.
EDIT: the second tank of gas brought more smiles to me and slightly fewer honks and one finger salutes. So I guess that’s worth giving up about 30 miles of range on a tank of gas.
whooaaahhh hold up. another juke in NH?!?!?!I just bought a 2012 Juke S awd w/ 115k miles. I live in New Hampshire. I avg 23-25 city and drove 284 miles round trip through the mountains on I93.. got 31.5 mpg.