Nice, I'll have to give this a try. How does it track city vs. highway? GPS?If you search for Fuelly, it populates. The cool thing is when you register, it puts your updates onto their database and you can essentially search what others in the same car are achieving for mileage.
Regular cab 2500 Cummins Ram IIRC.New truck?
You want to talk about depressing. My truck that I DD gets 4-6mpg on 93 octane, hope that makes some of you feel better lol.
Edit: Also, Matt you were right, apparently this is where everyone is at lol.
Old work truck (1/2 ton hemi, single cab, short bed) did not like the new trailer at all. Towed the trailer home unloaded with it. Truck was noping out the whole time stability wise, power wasnt terrible... but the trailer didn't have a car in it yet.New truck?
Ss if i reset the trip meter and do a highway trip will show 24-26.What does the SS get?
I like low spec trucks, not adding 20k for the interior of a work truck/hauler. Ecoboost advertises about 12k pulling... my old truck claimed 9-10k pulling. It was bullshit. Goal on this one was to have the claimed towing rating be nearly double what i'd actually be pulling.I'd buy an Ecodiesel. Rus' dad has one and he gets awesome fuel mileage. Plus it's so nice. Pretty sure his truck is loaded out to the max.
It's as nice as it is a pain in the ass. Between the lady and I we have 6 cars. 3 of them are projects and one of those 3 is my track car. Closing on my new house and moving at the end of the month. New garage is a huge step up! Picking up a nice 2 post lift to make wrenching that much easier and so I can fly/store an extra car in the garage. All 3 project cars and the wife's daily will fit no problem.Super jealous of people that have garages and multiple cars. I'd love to have a project car and a daily, just can't swing it with mine and my wife's student loan payments. Super clean MKIV GTI 20th showed up for sale in the area a couple days ago that I wish I could snag.