Subaru Ascent MPG

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    SRG

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    I am getting very poor mileage and the dash doesn't even calculate the MPG accurately. I fill up full tank every time and reset the trip odometer and calculate the MPG on a calculator. The highest MPG my Ascent every registered is 16.2, and that is combined. That is more than 25% lower than the advertised MPG on the sticker. The car has over 1000 miles, no improvement.
    Any other Ascent drivers checking MPG? Feedback?
     
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    bmoseley

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    No such issue for me, I have over 12K miles on mine, and get 22 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.
     
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    I'm also getting very low mileage, around 17 MPG overall. If I'm on the highway for extended trips, I manage about 22. I'm not a lead foot, but most of my driving is in Los Angeles traffic, so that's probably responsible. It is disappointing that I'm not getting anywhere near the advertised mileage.
     
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