“Hypermiling” can you get 50 mpg with a Honda Accord

‘Hypermilers’ test limits of fuel conservation

“In the meantime, my tires will be pumped to the max, the filters clean, the oil viscosity low and the engine will be off at stoplights.”

The Six Steps of Hypermiling from the official website:

>> The first step toward saving gas and increasing mpg: Always know your gas mileage after each visit to the gas pump.

>> The second step: do you drive agressively but not know it?

>> The third step: How long are you sitting still at red lights? Video

>> The fourth step: Keeping yourself moving in traffic congestion

>> The fifth step: Slowly accelerate after stops

>> The sixth step: Your cruise control saves gas (but not by using it they way you might think)

Further reading: This Guy Can Get 59 MPG in a Plain Old Accord.


8 Responses to ““Hypermiling” can you get 50 mpg with a Honda Accord”

  1. I’ve found the best way to increase MPG without being a mechanic is to use synthetic oil… I went from 20MPG to 30MPG with good synthetic oil in my 4 cylinder engine.

  2. That hypermiler guys is amusing. Another great way to save gasoline is to just drive less.

  3. … Or to bicycle more.

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