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Fuel Economy Update for January — Road Trips Boost the Average - 2016 Honda Pilot Long-Term Road Tes

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited February 2016 in Honda
imageFuel Economy Update for January — Road Trips Boost the Average - 2016 Honda Pilot Long-Term Road Test

Several road trips in January pushed our 2016 Honda Pilot closer to its EPA combined fuel economy rating. We also set new best-fill and best-range records.

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Comments

  • "He flew solo and religiously stuck to posted speed limits." In other words, he stuck to a use profile that very few people who buy 3-row SUVs conform to. I thought these long-term tests were supposed to mirror as closely as possible the average owner experience - ? This is what Travis Langness keeps telling us.
  • g35bufg35buf Posts: 89
    Got to agree with longtimelurker on this. Driving 65-70 mph on a highway posted at those speeds has a better chance of getting you killed than achieving EPA estimates...I knew driving at 75 mph in a cross wind and 10 F temps today was not going to yield the highway mpg rating of 27 on my RAM EcoDiesel but that was the reality of the conditions (still got 24.1 mpg, however).
  • texasestexases Posts: 8,812
    Just trying to see if they could make the EPA highway, which they almost did. No harm done, good to see one can get there. Many test vehicles never see their EPA highway mpgs.
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