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Discussion in 'Stock 2011 - 2017 Ford Explorer Discussion' started by VinceL, April 30, 2012.

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    1. VinceL

      VinceL Well-Known Member

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      Hey Explorer owners :)

      I have signed up on Fuelly.com so that anybody that is curious can see what kind of mileage we are extracting out of our Explorer. I invite everybody to join!

      They don't have a 2013 section yet, but I am working on it. A couple of more fill-ups and our car should start showing up in the public page.

      Happy driving :)
       
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      peterk9 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      Hey Vince. Isn't time to update your Vehicle Specs. Didn't know one could get a 2.5L boxer 4 engine in an Explorer. I'm sure that would give you better mileage than the rest of us. No fair.:D

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      VinceL Well-Known Member

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      Okay, that is weird. I DID update the specs!! I did it when I changed my avatar. Maybe I didn't hit save or something...off I go to try again :)

      EDIT: Fixed!
       
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      Thanks Vince. I plan to join once I take delivery next month. The Ex will be my primary ride so will have easy access to the numbers. :)
       
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      Cool. My wife will be recording the numbers. We also plan to keep track of what the onboard computer says for comparison and put it into the notes for each fill-up. On the first tank, the computer was pessimistic by 1mpg (it reported 17.6 as opposed to the calculated 18.6).
       

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