What MPGs are you guys getting for your Volvo XC40?
Anyone notice the gauge claiming how many miles you have left to empty is useless? One day it will say I have 270 miles and the next day it will increase to 320. Then it will go down again an hour or so later. Also not getting better than 25 mpg.
Elevation is also a factor. I do experience this daily even for a little change of elevation. And if you live in LA, this is expected.Anyone notice the gauge claiming how many miles you have left to empty is useless? One day it will say I have 270 miles and the next day it will increase to 320. Then it will go down again an hour or so later. Also not getting better than 25 mpg.
Still not bad considering about 5 years ago regular commuter cars like Civic's and Corolla's would struggle to get those numbers.Knarr here,
I just hit 2,000 miles and MPG is improving compared to the early days. Now I'm stoked! City-23 to 25 mpg in comfort mode, mid range fuel. Highway driving is 30 to 32 mpg in comfort mode and maintaining 65 to 70 mph on average. Always trying to drive with A/C off. The average between city and highway is looking like 27.8!
It was tough in the beginning but take heart, things will improve.
But as always, your mileage may vary based on driving style and road characteristics!
I haven't looked into why the average MPG reported for over 35 individual XC40's is only at 23.7 MPG's but you sure are within the most ideal range.Most of my approximately 4000 miles have been on the highway and I tend to average 30/31MPG by the time I have to refill the tank (premium gas). Straight highway driving gets me in the 34/35 MPG range. I drive mostly in comfort mode and haven't noticed significant additional MPGs in Eco mode. I usually just set CC and pilot assist at the limit and let the car do the driving.