I can save you some time after reading hundreds of mileage posts. The overall average city/highway is between 14-16 mpg.
Chicago area 05 KC SE 4x2 FFV, smoke, 2.94 gearing. Mods: Hypertech Max Energy, JBA catback, Airaid 4" MXP CAI, Hellwig HD traction springs, 08 rear shackles, Nasta nerf bars, Kenwood KSC-SW1 powered sub, Autoenginuity/enhanced Nissan software. Best full street trim (5120#) 1/4 mile track time of 14.632 running Bully Dog 87+2 and S&B CAI.
Last edited by suddenurge; 05-29-2006 at 11:45 AM.
My highest mpg is 21.4 in the city with ac on and going between 40-50 mph.
'03 Ford F150 Supercrew [Stock for now]
Laid to rest :-04 LE CC 4*4 Off Road w Big Tow, Dvd, Nav, Vsc, Sunroof, Beltronics Pro RX65, Jba Ceramic Titanium Headers, Jba SS Evo Custom Exhaust, Volant Generation 3 Cold Air Intake, Airaid Poweraid Throttle Body Spacer, Modified Throttle Body, Advanced Timing and Idle Rpm, JetTech Original Dynachrome Leaf Spring Helpers, Nitto NT404 Extreme Force Suv Performance Tires, SpeedDemon's Bag of Custom Tricks
My truck just broke the 16 mpg mark on the last fill up with 6500 miles. I think it's the speeding ticket that made me slow down a little bit that is helping the mileage. I usually get in the 15 mpg range with 75% highway driving. But i have 4x4 with Big Tow.
2006 Nissan Titan SE 4x4, OffRoad, Big Tow, Utility Bed,
Exterior: Nasta SS Nerf Bars, AVS Chrome Hood Shield, Chrome Big Tow Mirror swap, Chrome Vent Visors, Chrome Tail Light Guards, Chrome Tailgate Cover, DunderDan SpiderWeb Grill. 20" Chrome Rims w/ Nitto Terra Grappler Tires, PRG Leveling Kit
Performance: Volent Exhaust, S&B CAI w/ Air Raid TBS
Interior: Kenwood 7100 Nav. Unit, 2 10in Infinity Kappa Perfects in Tech12 Box, 2 Sets of Polk Audio db6500 Components, Infinity Reference 6451 and 611A amps, KnuKoncept wiring, and Second Skin matting throughout.
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