Question about 1998 Subaru Forester
I am only getting 16 mpg urban driving and approx 20 mpg in warmer weather,is this normal for this model.,milage 55k
Is there anything i can do to improve MPG
Your mileage is just a little short of expected for this time of year. Winter driving does make mileage drop a bit. But your model should get closer to 24mpg in warmer weather. Tune ups and maintanance are the keys. Driving habits also make a huge difference. My Wife gets less mpg than I do. But I drive truck and am never in a hurry. I would just make sure all filters and fluids are new and good condition. Tire condition and alignment also play a large roll on MPG's. I hope this helps and have a great day.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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