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I have 2300 miles on my 2019 Ltz 4x4 Silverado.  The fuel range reading in the info display has always read kind of low. On a full tank best I can get is 390 miles on range but believe I am actually getting better gas mileage. Geez in my old 2008 I actually got a 450 range reading on a tank of gas and this one is supposed to be better!  I plan to manually check next time I fill up. What kind of fuel range are you all getting on your new trucks after a fill up ?  And I drive  normal not too fast. I presume this is a 25 gallon tank. Thanks for sharing your thoughts !

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I’m seeing same thing for gas mileage. I believe the issue is 24 gal tank vs 26 in older models.


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1 hour ago, Bpsawaya said:

I’m seeing same thing for gas mileage. I believe the issue is 24 gal tank vs 26 in older models.


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The initial range could be based on a predetermined mpg estimate. Something to consider despite the number - is based on actually mileage being accomplished , the range will not countdown concurrently with road miles traveled, ajusting along the way. Apologies if that was already obvious. 

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Just wish they had a way bigger fuel tank period

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