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Posted by John Baker on December 14, 2005, 5:24 pm
 
My experience after two winters in New England is that 45 mpg us common for the
Winter
mileage and that 55+ is common for the summer. Here is gets real cold, and just
the energy
spent heating the car interior eats into the gas mileage, and well as the
additional
energy required to push through the snow covered back roads (they don't always
plow well
-- its an economy thing)!

Don't worry, the good mileage will return with the spring!




Posted by DBLZOOM on December 14, 2005, 7:58 pm
 
Thanks for the replies.  At least I know I'm not alone.  I can't wailt
'til Spring.


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