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I have a 2012 Kia Forte EX. Bought it new in April, 2012. I too have city MPG ratings that are abysmal when compared to the 26 MPG city advertised on the sticker whether I use 87 or 93 octane gasoline and even when driving the car very gently around the city. I do get close to the advertised 36 MPG highway (and sometimes even as high as 40 MPG) but the overall AVERAGE has been coming in at 26 MPG when I expected it to average 32 MPG since my driving is that expected 50/50 split of city and highway miles.
At 15,000 miles per year and gas in the Chicago area now at ~$4.00 per gallon this means I'm spending about $430 per year more for gas (~$36 per month) than I expected to be spending. NOT COOL, KIA.
zippy99 said:I rented a 2016 Kia Rio sedan over the week-end because my Toyota was rear-ended. The only complaints I have are with the hard seats that are not padded enough and the climate control paddles that look out of place in a modern car.
I rented a 2016 Kia Rio sedan over the week-end because my Toyota was rear-ended. The only complaints I have are with the hard seats that are not padded enough and the climate control paddles that look out of place in a modern car.
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