You're just about right for the 4X4. You can get a little more on the highway by using your cruise control and keeping it at or below 75.my 08 s model 4x4 gets about 22 on the highway and 15-18 in city
With my 06 SE, I'm getting, right now, what the brochure says, 15.7L/100km.I've been to Calgary from Edmonton last weekend with 2007 pathfinder SE 30K mileage. I drove with extra caution to save fuel, so I tried to keep 100~110 km/hr. I ended up have 23.5 mpg when I got home. 2 months ago, I've been to Banff and ended up having 17 mpg because I drove at 130 km/hr and passed a lot. In conclusion, driving practice makes huge difference with this pathy model, I think. So try to keep RPM less than 2 and you'll find huge difference. Hope it helps.
I also have a question about engine noise. I found my pathy made quite bit of noise when accelerating, especially at arount 35~40 mph with 2 rpm. I could hear the worst noise with rear windows open. Did anybody experience this? Any solution? Thanks in advance for your help.
Tough cookie to sell... he *is* from Canada, maybe he was using UK/Canadian gallons, which would put that mileage at 22.5MPG in US units.
Definitely not impossible. I have no mods except a K&N air filter plus I run 91 octane with a full synthetic oil. If I keep the revs under 2000 which puts me at or just under 75 I can swing between 26 and 27 mpg according to the computer.Tough cookie to sell... he *is* from Canada, maybe he was using UK/Canadian gallons, which would put that mileage at 22.5MPG in US units.
If that's the case, I've gotten similar highway mileage in my '03, so it's not impossible.