#### CSUfiend

##### Well-Known Member

I used to say that it doesn’t matter for a sports car or even a fast car. Even if no one looks at MPG, I will say that it does make a noticeable difference between a car that gets 15mpg and one that gets 22mpg.

I have two cars, one gets ~22mpg and the other gets ~30mpg. Whether or not I feel like counting or looking at the gas gauge, there is a gas consumption difference that is noticeable after daily driving each for multiple weeks.

Makes a huge difference if you’re daily driving it. Perhaps not as noticeable if you have a garage queen, but you get the drift.

22mpg city for a car that should do 0-60 in 3.9secs is pretty remarkable IMO. You could probably count the (non hybrid and gasoline only) cars that can do that with one hand.

I have two cars, one gets ~22mpg and the other gets ~30mpg. Whether or not I feel like counting or looking at the gas gauge, there is a gas consumption difference that is noticeable after daily driving each for multiple weeks.

Makes a huge difference if you’re daily driving it. Perhaps not as noticeable if you have a garage queen, but you get the drift.

22mpg city for a car that should do 0-60 in 3.9secs is pretty remarkable IMO. You could probably count the (non hybrid and gasoline only) cars that can do that with one hand.