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Old 23 Mar 2012, 08:17 pm
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Default what is your 8th gen 1.8L civic mpg?

I have been doing averaging 32 mpg in my 2007 civic 1.8, auto. mixed city and high. temperature has been around 40F degrees.































I'm asking people who have this car. Please state your type of driving and average temperature for the time your mpg was calculated. thanks.































I feel I'm a little low. I don't push the car past 2500rpm while accelerating. cruse at around 65-70MPH
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Old 23 Mar 2012, 08:31 pm
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Mine gives around 29 mpg so you have a better mileage. I also have the same type of driving but sometimes i take the car to around 4500 rpm during accelerating. the outside temperature is abt 33-34'C, means About 89 90 F
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Old 23 Mar 2012, 08:46 pm
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2007 LX coupe I get 27 - 30 mpg City / 34+ Freeway















I drive at 3k RPM tops, because after you hit 3.5k+ on these cars the eco friendly vtec turns off and burns more fuel. So drive below 3k for best mileage!
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