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I've had my CT for just over a month (since sept 29th) and I have about 5700km. I was wondering how many kms (or miles) people have been getting out of one tank of gas after the break in period which I'm told is roughly the first 10000km. right now I'm getting about 520km to a tank and was wondering what kind of mileage I get to look forward to.
 

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Had mine since early July and my mileage is consistent at 25 to 27mpg (sorry I don't do the metric system, and thats not a cut). Richard
 

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Had mine since early July and my mileage is consistent at 25 to 27mpg (sorry I don't do the metric system, and thats not a cut). Richard

With about 2k miles I'm running about the same milage, mixed driving, 25-27 mpg.

My Ridgeline seemed to do 2-3 mpg better between 10-15k miles. Others on here are more familiar having multiple Honda's. How 'bout it guys, where did you see see break in mileage improvements?
 

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I've had my CT for just over a month (since sept 29th) and I have about 5700km. I was wondering how many kms (or miles) people have been getting out of one tank of gas after the break in period which I'm told is roughly the first 10000km. right now I'm getting about 520km to a tank and was wondering what kind of mileage I get to look forward to.
Hey fellow Canuck:), Mine has about the same distance on it and hasn't changed gas mileage since new, other than for weather conditions where one would expect worse mileage with colder temps.

With 50/50 mixed driving, in the warmer weather I get about 29 mpg's imperial; in cooler weather with the same 50/50, the mileage is down to about 25. (yes I check it accurately to be sure)

On the hwy at constant speed (limit) in any weather condition, I'm confident that the CT would yield well over 30 mpg's without breaking a sweat.
My '06 V6 Sedan would yield close to 40 mpg's! in similar conditions tho it was a 3.0 liter engine and only 2WD.
 

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I did some math and right now I'm getting about 520km per 60litres of fuel (average fill up) which works out to 11.5litres per 100km and thanks to the magic of the internet, I found a conversion chart that tells me this is equal to aproximately 21 MPG. My 3rd, 4th and 5th tanks of gas were really crappy at 12.5L/100km (19MPG). I drive moslty hwy (I'd say 90% highway) so I'm really looking forward to the 8L/100km (29MPG) that I'm apparently supposed to get.
So I'm with Army Dad, when did everyone start seeing an improvement in MPG???
 
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