Hey i was checking the reviews on the 89 camry and the fuel comsumption is 22 on highway and 17 in city the best you can do to improve fuel economy is by checking the tire pressure also clean the injectors by using a fuel injerctor cleaner and replace the air filer every 3,000 miles that means every oil change
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Re: my 89 camry
Use a good fuel injector cleaner every 15k and change your air filter as needed. If it looks clean it is. The most you should be changing the AF is approx. 15 to 20k. Unless you live in a dust bowl or have the only diesel camry I know of. I recommend the use of nitrogen in the tires for improved tire wear and fuel economy.
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Gas mileage depends on several factors.
Average for a 2003 model is 17 city and 27 highway.
So if you combine those numbers, you could expect an average of 22 mpg which would be 4.5 gallons in 100 miles.
A 99 sonoma 2wd 2.2L 4cyl with the 4 speed auto will get 22mpg on average, 19mpg in the city and 26mpg on highway 4.3 6cyl 4wd with 4 speed auto will get 18 combined average, city 16 and highway 21. 4.3 2wd auto will get 18 combined average, city 17 and highway 22. 4.3 5 speed manual 2wd will get 19 combined, 17 city and 23 highway. 4.3 4wd 5 speed manual will get 18 combined, 17 city and 21 highway. These estimates from an online source, my buddy has the 4.3 4 speed auto 4x4 and he averages about 16 on average. hope this helps.
The gas tank capacity is 20 US gallons, but the tank will really only hold about 19.5 gallons. As far as mileage goes that really depends on your driving habits and the load it carries, just you? more? I would think that your average miles to the gallon would be in the range of 14-16 town and highway.
Here is the EPA ratings, which never match the real world gas mileage.
You do not say what mileage you are getting. Your vehicle will get from 12-17 MPG in the city and 17-24 Highway depending on many factors. Your vehicle is 11 years old and if it has near 100,000 miles I suggest you replace the spark plugs and plug wires. Keep the tires inflated to the pressure listed in your owner's manual and on the driver's door post. Replace the air filter every 30,000 miles. Drive the speed limit, and take off slowly. If you are getting near the maximum of 17 city & 24 highway, then there is not much you can do to improve mileage. So, exactly what mileage are you getting?
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