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I was wondering if anyone has noticed wether or not the Pilot's lower trim kit lowers it's mpg. I imagine the drag co might change. It may not be much but it is a concern being I live in the Bay Area and gas prices are insane.

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I was wondering the same the the other day. If different accessories would affect MPG. Hope someone knows the answer to this.
 

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mikkelsen said:
No extra's on my EX-L, so far all city driving, 19 MPG. :1: :cool:
Not too shabby! :)
 

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Sage said:


Not too shabby! :)
Everytime I see that quote, I think of Adam Sandler singing, "The Hannukhah Song":

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We have Ann Landers, and her sister Dear Abby;
Harrison Ford's half Jewish, not too shabby!
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:)
 

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kemosabe said:


Everytime I see that quote, I think of Adam Sandler singing, "The Hannukhah Song":

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We have Ann Landers, and her sister Dear Abby;
Harrison Ford's half Jewish, not too shabby!
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:)
OMG! Me too! :21:
Love that bit and Opera Man! :19:
 

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I haven't seen that kind of mileage yet. I have around 1500 miles and have been averaging around 16mpg. All city miles.
 

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Brian said:
I haven't seen that kind of mileage yet. I have around 1500 miles and have been averaging around 16mpg. All city miles.
I think that's about average for those miles if I remember correctly. It should get better with each tank. :)
 
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