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Sorry, 4x4 and same with the 04 I was comparing it to. I did see today on the way to work my best for the last 25 miles was 27!!

 

I should add that I check the readout with a calculator too and its been dead on 2 times .5 mpg lower then the readout about 3 times and .2 higher then the readout once.

 

You can check out my milage on fuelly, name is silverspaceship I think I'm still the only 2014 silverado.

Keep in mind MN gas has 10% ethanol.

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I think if I was a salesmen I would research the products I would be selling. I wouldn't like it if a customer came in knowing more than me.

I know people will ball BS but I was getting 18-21 mpg stock with just a level. Now I have 22" wheels and 35" Toyo MTs. Of course it went down tremidously-12-13MPG. I have t had it done long but the l

This was taken last week when I filled up. So far I have put this many miles on the truck. Hopefully it stays like this. We will see.  

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You can check out my milage on fuelly, name is silverspaceship I think I'm still the only 2014 silverado.

Keep in mind MN gas has 10% ethanol.

 

Your not the only 2014 out on fuelly. I just haven't had to fill up mine yet. :-)

 

I'm gonna send ya friend request on Fuelly.

 

 

- Sent from my sexy iPhone.

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Sorry, 4x4 and same with the 04 I was comparing it to. I did see today on the way to work my best for the last 25 miles was 27!!

 

I should add that I check the readout with a calculator too and its been dead on 2 times .5 mpg lower then the readout about 3 times and .2 higher then the readout once.

 

You can check out my milage on fuelly, name is silverspaceship I think I'm still the only 2014 silverado.

Keep in mind MN gas has 10% ethanol.

 

Do you have a lot of hills around where you live?

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Do you have a lot of hills around where you live?

 

And how do you drive? Do you do a lot of coasting to stop signs-stoplights or do you drive like a normal person? The mpg you are getting is outstanding for a truck.

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Yes some hills on the way to work not big hills but enough to nock it out of V4. there's a 14 gmc on fuelly getting .3 mpg better then me.

 

I drive normal other then trying not to let it idle too much like turn it off while waiting in line at the bank. I drive 61 to 62 mph when the speed limit is 60 and 65 when in a 65. My acceleration is on par with everyone else on the road. No coasting or hyper milling .

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1,000 a week?...damn.. I'm sure you would want to know. That's some serious driving..

I drive that much too, except I put all those miles on a car, not my truck. Much better fuel economy.

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Finally got some highway only miles on the truck. Fueled up at a quiktrip on the hwy and drove about 25 miles. I am pleased with results so far with my new truck.

 

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b1gted, what kind of speed were you running on the highway? I still can't believe the mileage these trucks get. My last tank I hand calculated, and it was only off 0.2mpg from the trip display.

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b1gted, what kind of speed were you running on the highway? I still can't believe the mileage these trucks get. My last tank I hand calculated, and it was only off 0.2mpg from the trip display.

 

Cruise set on 73 for 95% of the 27 miles. The rest was anywhere from 35 to 55 mph.

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