My 6-cylinder 2004 Mazda 6 started out at about 26 mpg highway. I commute 160 miles a day--all freeway. It has the 5-speed manual transmission. The mileage has gradually increased to where I now get between 28 and 29.
Obviously, the various engine sizes and fuel types will mean there is a massive range of answers to this question. My 4-cylinder 2 litre petrol will do 41 to the gallon on a motorway, and I'm pretty sure the diesel 1.8 will hit around 60.
it will do around 24 miles to the gallon
about 25 mpg
A Mercury Mountaineer can get about 14 miles to each gallon. This is when traveling on interstate.
The Mazda CX9 can get up to 29 miles per gallon, according to Mazda's official website. This likely varies depending on exact model and traffic conditions, as with any vehicle.
A co-worker and I both have this car, and we each get an average of 27 miles per gallon.
24 on the interstate 18 around town
25-28mpg (300 miles per tank) depends
The Mazda millenia from 2000 gets 20 mpg, 28 on the highway, and 25 on average.
A Mercury Mountaineer usually gets about 14 miles to a gallon of gas. It really all depends on if you are going on side road or the interstate.
it can get 8 miles to the gallon
Mine gets 28-29 MPG in city.
16 city and 24 highway.........unless the car is modified in some way....
15 miles to the gallon 15 miles to the gallon
20 miles to the gallon 20 miles to the gallon
18.5 miles a gallon
The distance between Interstate 81 to Charlottesville, Virginia, is about 35 miles.
about 29 - 33 average at 31, depends on air conditioning working or not, and speeding.
The total length of Interstate 290 in Massachusetts (from the east end at I-495 in Marlborough to the west end at I-90 in Auburn) is 20 miles.
About 21.4 miles per gallon. (300/14 = 21.4)
Between 13 miles per gallon and 16 miles per gallon.
16.5 miles per gallon
I am getting 19 City and 23 Highway. 2004- manual, 87 Octane with fuel additives