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Poor Fuel Mileage 2006 Hyundai Sonata 2.4 motor

Two weeks ago I bought an 06 Sonata (43,000 miles on the car) with 2.4 motor with auto transmission. My city gas mileage is 12-13 mpg and 23 highway mpg.

I called Hyundai USA there is no noted vehicle problems on this model or recalls.

I have to take the car to my local dealer and have it checked out.
Has anyone ever heard of this and is there a solution to the poor gas mileage?

Email: rockmanishere@yahoo.com

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  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009

    I have an 06 manual with 35 K with the same problem, 20 MPG city/25 MPG hwy instead of 24/34. Mine needs an allignment and tires are cheap. I'll check an air filter. Share your progress on fixing it.

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I don't know from where you bought the car but do you feel certain that typical causes such as fouled plugs or clogged air filters are not at fault?
Most dealers, even the shlocks don't normally skimp on the simple stuff but who knows about a private source?
That does seem low, especially the city numbers. I don't think Hyundai is any leader in gas mileage but they are better than what you are getting.  

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