Unsponsored Baja racer
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Newaygo County, Michigan
FD2 usually gets about 23mpg, or about 300 miles(482.258km) until you have a half-gallon(~2 liters as I understand) left in the tank. And that's on a good day. FD2 has only ever been available with the CVT(continuously variable transmission) which helps a bit with in-town mileage, but depending on final drive ratio, can suffer on the highway. And the FD2 setup is "geared" lower than the FD1 CVT setup, because off-road goodies and available crawl ratio. The fuel light comes on when you have about 2 gallons left in the tank, and I don't know how low you let that gauge get before you refill. My FD1 CVT gets 23mpg when it's in a hilly area, windy day, etc, but on a flat freeway without much wind, it'll return 27mpg. Got 32mpg once for sure, but that was with a tailwind across the Texas prairie, so take that how you will.
Trekkie, trucker, Jeeper, potential racer. Don't touch my trumpets.
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