How does it know fuel economy? Do you enter the amount of fuel? It has to be wrong. Not one of these on earth getting 48 mpg unless it is sitting shut off in the garage. Or you are always heading south so it's down hill. Ha
Last Edit: Feb 11, 2015 1:03:05 GMT -5 by The Fool
I have noticed that everyone seems to say that the speedometer on these are off. I know it will very per person depending on what size of tire was chosen, but that also means your odometer will be off. Maybe everyone is getting a little better MPG. Maybe not a lot better.
TJ Actually the odometer on mine is not off. It isn't a mechanical cable it is an electrical pulse. It seems the odometer will be correct it is more the crappy speedo that is off.
Turbo. I never looked for such a conversion app for mileage mainly because I don't care that much. I know my mileage by driving my test route that I know is a given number of miles. I start with a full tank then refill and the end of the route and check mileage. Usually only when I have performed a mod that I wonder if it effected mileage. Otherwise I just fill and drive until it says empty and fill it again. Like my other vehicles. Not much I can do to improve it so I don't worry about it. It is what it is. I am more likely to check mileage to diagnose a run bad condition such as O2 sensor or dirty MAF as those effect mileage.