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I had 2011 and now 2014 AWD Enclave, City driving <13 mpg, highway good traffic 20 mpg+-.
I picked up my new 2014 on Monday and I'm still on my first tank full, showing 12 MPG doing mostly city driving. I'm not one to trust the on board computer, so I'll fill up, mark the mileage down and on the next fill up I'll do the math. I have the car less than a week and I'm afraid between my increase in payments, insurance and fuel costs it will bankrupt me.
I am also getting terrible MPG on my 2008 Enclave. A lot of city driving but getting less than about 13 MGP. Really what am I driving a Giant Tahoe? Should have gone with the Toyota not the Buick. At least I bought it used. Why would anyone pay almost $50,000 for this pc of junk.
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