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uh..no, it's not a hybrid
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Mind you I have or 192,500 miles or 308,000 kms on my car but I have a 2009 and my consumption for the past several tanks has been 42mpgUS or 5.6L/100km or higher. When I drive very quickly 75mph or 120km/hr, it dips down to 37mpgUS or 6.2L/100km.

In light of that I would say that you are experiencing high fuel consumption, but we don't know how you drive (style, speeds etc) or what shape your car is in.
 

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19 can't be right only 3 cyl. ? Lol

my '10 rolla averages mid - high 30's I believe
I honestly don't pay much attention tho...
but I know it's nearly twice as miserly then is my Tacoma's 3.4L

so good enough for me
 
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Hello i want to know how is the real consumption of corolla 2010 LE, mine is given 19mpg. I think is little low but waht u can recomend me??
How are you driving it? Do you do a lot of short trips that don't allow the engine and fluids to completely warm up? Is it all city driving? Are there a lot of hills? If this is the case you could see around 20 mpg. Checked your tire pressure? Changed your AT fluid regularly?

If all this checks out do a test with a run on the freeway at several different speeds and check what you see. I've got 85k miles on my 09 S and I've averaged 36 mpg in all of my combined miles.
 
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I have the 2.4L and I don't even get that crappy of gas milage.
Well that's not true. When it was bone stock and on winter gas I remember seeing 19-20mpg. My last tank I got 25-26 mpg all city.
 
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Doesn't surprise me depending on conditions. I live in the city, deliver pizza part time and don't drive slow cars as respectable as I should. I've only had my car for 2 or 3 months so I'm getting used to it now and not in the gas as much since nothing happens, the first month I had it I was def in the 19-21 MPG range, now it's a more consistent 22 or 23. I'm 100% sure if / when I take a highway trip it will be 30+.

They are efficient cars even at that though. I had a Ford Focus before this, it would get MPG in the TEENS..... So 20+ and I'll take it!
 

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Doesn't surprise me depending on conditions. I live in the city, deliver pizza part time and don't drive slow cars as respectable as I should. I've only had my car for 2 or 3 months so I'm getting used to it now and not in the gas as much since nothing happens, the first month I had it I was def in the 19-21 MPG range, now it's a more consistent 22 or 23. I'm 100% sure if / when I take a highway trip it will be 30+.

They are efficient cars even at that though. I had a Ford Focus before this, it would get MPG in the TEENS..... So 20+ and I'll take it!
If you are mainly in the city than a hybrid is the way to go. You will get 50+ mpg all day long in city driving. :wink:
 
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