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Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Gas Milage

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  • So I purchased a new 2012 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid last year on August 17/2013. I have made 50 gas purchases since I have purchased my car and I am getting 43.91 MPG.
  • goat11goat11 Posts: 1
    I bought a new 2015 Hyundai Hybrid on May 1, 2015. So far I drove about 1000 miles covering a combination of mountain, city, and highway, about 1/3 each. I got about 34 mpg which is satisfactory to me given that I drove pretty steep hills and the enginve didn't get broken in yet I guess. Anyway, I like the driving feel and all theconvenient features, the heated seats and lumbar support in particular.
  • nursedocnursedoc WA StatePosts: 2
    re-posting my response from another MPG question blog:
    Couldn't be happier! Just bought the Black Friday special closeout of the 2016 Sonata Hybrid SE (base model) and after all discounts and credits, the price was about $17,500! Out the door with T&L and a couple dealer fees of total $20,300. In my first 500 miles I'm getting real world just over 40 MPG with mixed town and highway. The mileage seems to be best at regular highway speed of 60mph that I run, over the city driving. My earlier thoughts of buying an all electric were vanquished when I saw the price I could get this hybrid for and when I fill the tank, I have over 600 miles range! Really liked the limited version I previously test drove, but the extras weren't worth the extra $7-8,000 to me. Better to pay cash and own it rather than make payments and have an expensive car that depreciates. At least that is my thought this time. See what happens in 5-6 years when I'm ready for the next one.
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