I already have 60 or 70 miles on this tank and yet once I hit the interstate I still see the trip computer going up from 32.0 to 34.7 mpg or so. It's weird coming from a Prius into a car that does better on the highway, like a normal car... :P
I have a 2004 Prius which gets 42-45 MPG in mixed highway and city driving. I just bought a Fiat 500 Sport with 5-speed manual transmission. Driving in the usual fashion, I was pulling in 33 MPG on the same route. When I consciously tried to slowly accelerate, shift before 2000 RPM and coast for deceleration, I was able to achieve 40-42 MPG (it wasn't fun and the engine lugged a great deal). The conclusion to this story is that driving style has a huge impact on gas mileage and if you are willing to take a slower, more relaxed approach to driving, > 40 MPG is possible with the Fiat 500.
My 2000 VW Golf TDI gets about 45 mpg city and 52 on the highway and it has great handling and power. Unless a US car maker delivers this kind of efficiency, I'm not playing. They've been failing me for years and this is not exception.
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auto or the manual? I would think the manual would get a bit higher.