19.8 to 20.4 in town and 24.7 highway averaging 62 mph. Also Chevron Premium or mid grade.
22.7 city/highway, averaging 50 commute miles/day (60% highway/40% city). I also use 88 octane (base octane).
No issues with quality or performance, however I'm probably not getting the fully stated horsepower.How long have you been using 88/base octane gas? Any impressions on the difference in drive feel and performance?
My Experience. I started out in April 2013 getting 15.7 mph on my first tank. Have everything but the package with large tires, cooled seats, and panoramic moon roof. Since then I have steadily improved.Just finishing our first tank on our new 2014 QX60 AWD with all the bells and whistles. Averaging 13.8...PLEASE tell me this will get better! Checked with the service person, she thought it was because I wasn't used to how to drive the infiniti & was too lead-footed. I've asked my family and they don't think I'm a heavy footed driver either. Any other thoughts? Lovin the car but definitely not the mpg!:|
Wow. You folks must be be feathering the accelerator to get those numbers.I'm relieved to see those reports, I would be happy with 19-20. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
I am looking at Fuelly - for JX/QX/Pathfinder - and your numbers seem way out of line from what is being reported there. The meat of the distribution is around 17-18 and that is where my car is coming in with mixed driving.^ I almost consistently average 23 - 24 mpg. This includes rush hour driving and believe me I don't feather the accelerator.
I hit 26-28 mpg on the highway. (non-hybrid)
I use premium gas. I live in Calgary, AB which has an elevation of ~3500ft above sea level - which I think has a negative impact on fuel economy... or positive... haha not sure.