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Featured 2017 Civic Type R rated at 22/28/25 MPG

Discussion in 'Civic Type R Forum (FK8 - 10th Gen)' started by zroger73, May 8, 2017.




  1. zroger73

    zroger73 Senior Member

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    That's as close as you can get to the Type R.

    I wonder why they don't have the SI listed.
     
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    zroger73

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    That is the Type R because that's the only Civic that uses a 2.0L turbo. :)

    I was surprised to see it listed before the Si as well. However, the Si is rated at 28/38/32 according to training material on Honda's website that has since been removed.
     
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    Just a little more efficient than the S2000, was hoping for a little more.
     
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    Great to see, just about the same as my ST.
     
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    That's bad. I can easily get 35 mpg with the fk2r.
     
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    Isn't the rating/testing slightly different in the UK? It's at least better than its main competitors, which are the RS and the STI.
     
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    Wow. Was not expecting such low mileage . My 2015 Si gets 34-37 average fairly consistsntly.
     
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    Was hoping for a little more, but I'm not buying the car to get great gas milage. :thumbsup:
     
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    Is the 2.0L turbo an older gen engine vs the 1.5T? That might explain it.
     
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    We shouldn't be comparing this to past Si's. That's what the new Si is for. I think these are pretty good numbers if, in usual Honda fashion, you can quite easily outdo the official numbers. I bet you'd get 30mpg on a mostly highway commute.
     
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    That's impressive. I get 21-22 average with the 2015 unmodified, my old '13 Si got about 18. I guess I'm okay with what they have it rated for.
     
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    The 2015 Civic Si is EPA-rated to achieve 22 city, 31 highway, and 25 combined MPG. Fuelly reports an average of 28 MPG. None of the 40 2015 Si reporting to Fuelly average more than 36 MPG. Only 2 averaged more than 32 MPG. Achieving 34-37 MPG would be quite a feat.

    "2015 Honda Civic Si MPG
    Based on data from 40 vehicles, 2,091 fuel-ups and 567,054 miles of driving, the 2015 Honda Civic gets a combined Avg MPG of 28.12 with a 0.21 MPG margin of error."

    http://www.fuelly.com/car/honda/civic/2015?engineconfig_id=&bodytype_id=&submodel_id=989
     
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    I have an 07 SI and get between 17 - 24mpg. Most of the time between 20 and 22.
     
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    How are you guys getting such low mpg figures? I get between 25-28 mpg on average in my >250k-mile S2000 while redlining multiple times daily.
     
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