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Been away from this forum for quite some time, so I hope this is going to the correct thread. I have a 2007 HH with 92,000 miles. 30% highway and 70% rural county roads with average speed 35-40 MPH. Conservative driver. I have measured every gallon of gas ever put into this car. Average MPG: 28.3. Anyone out there who can suggest ways to improve this? I am happy with it but always want more MPG, but also want to keep this car!
Looking at the 2007 Highlander Hybrid Review on Edmunds, your mileage looks really good relative to the EPA estimated mileage for the vehicle. Given the price of gas, we ALL want all the mileage performance we can get.
I suppose using some of the techniques hypermilers use might get you a bit more. You can read about it in this Edmunds article:
Hypermiling: Quest for Ultimate Fuel Economy
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