Im going on 1000 mile road trip tomorrow. Car has 4950 miles on it. Should be able to get a good idea of MPG. Getting its first oil change from Toyota when we reach destination.
MPG is dependent on so many factors. Temperature, altitude, level or hilly roads, tire pressures, and most importantly, driving habits. I remember a test Old Top Gear did with a Prius and an M3. Prius went balls out, M4 just had to keep up with the Prius. M4 was much more efficient. Advertised MPG to me is a ballpark figure. I never get close lol.Im going on 1000 mile road trip tomorrow. Car has 4950 miles on it. Should be able to get a good idea of MPG. Getting its first oil change from Toyota when we reach destination.
I have an FJ, too!Now that I know how to reset my trip odometer, lol, I am going to do just like with my FJ Cruiser for the entire time I have had it, check at each fillip, what millage I am actually getting. On my FJ, I get from 18 to 22 and normally 21 and many guys get 16 to 18, so I may driver lighter than some, but hard not to enjoy the Supra just a little bit more. :^)
I’ve been getting 28-29! . Maybe I’m driving too slow!The EPA's FuelEconomy.gov has just listed 2020 Supra 6-cylinder and it gets 24 mpg city, 31 mpg highway and 26 mpg combined!
Impressive figures considering the four-cylinder BMW Z4 only gets one more city and highway mpg and two more combined mpg, but down down 80hp / 70 lb-ft compared to the 6 cylinder Supra.