to be fair, though, with a car that vibrates and is as loud as the CTR, I’m not sure I’d want or need a tank much bigger because once I’ve driven 150-200mi, I’m ready to stretch the legs...so I have no issue with the tank sizeThe small gas tank baffles me... I can’t figure out why they would have that small of a tank. Weight savings?? How much more weight would a 2-3 gal larger tank really added?
If I just use my Type R for commuting and nothing else, I will have to fill up exactly one week from that date. ~64 miles per dayit's a hassle when a full tank of gas doesn't last me a week worth of commute though.
I hate having to fill up mid week.
I used to drive a 2004 STi and the reason I got rid of it was because of the fuel consumption. My commute was not long, but through slow moving traffic which sucked for fuel. I was spending around $100 a week in fuel. Just was too much.Hey guys,
I want to give you a different perspective about the small gas tank. I used to drive a 2018 Subaru STi, and it had the identical size of gas tank. However, that 14-year-old drive train is rated 17/23 city/hwy. This means, I had to fill up "a lot" more often. I was grateful with the switch to R.
It looks like a 12 gallon tank is typical for a compact car, regardless of performance. Cheers,