Ive actually been monitoring my gas lately and with regular I did 298 miles to a full tank. Mid grade was 324 and I'm currently on super.
Ive got unichip, intake and that's about it.
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05' Nissan Titan SE CC "Texas Edition" 4x4 SB
- Windscreens (Most Important)
- AIRAID intake system
- 2.5" front leveling kit
- Low profile tool box, full of tools (4 rescues so far)
- 2, 10" Kickers, custom box for under the back seat
- 800 watt amp
- Aftermarket flipdown dvd player for backseat
- Unichip piggy-back computer
- Grocery cubby @ the tailgate (Redneck Mod!)
Future Mods in:
- DoubleDin with an Android interface
- Undecided exhaust & headers
- 3" front Rancho shock lift (not set on how or who)
- 3" rear lift (not sure how or who)
- 35" tires with black wheel and red trim
- flat black paint all around with few items that will be red
first, welcome to TT and congrats on your new ride.
heavily covered topic but my mileage is in my sig. i drive easy most of the time, only mod so far is a CAI. best bet is keep it under 2k rpms, use your cruise control often, dont let it sit and idle with the engine running.
ive been doing a lot of mileage logging and will soon put results in a thread i started a little while ago but they are what they are. it is a truck that is fun to drive, looks good, and fun to mod. it sucks at the gas station, but pretty awesome the rest of the time.
Mods: AirAid MXP, 18" Helo's, Pioneer AVH2400, RE 1500 mono powering 2 RE 10s in a tech12volts box, 2" billet spacer (front), bull bar, armada air dam, BackFlip HD Tonneau.
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I get 15-16 mpg and up to 375 miles a tank when I just go to work and back on the high way. My last tank was 377 miles on 24.2 gallons. That's 15.6 mpg average for My wife's armada gets closer to 18 mpg when I drive it. When she drives it she gets 13-14 mpg lol.
All I can say is easy on the throttle, hope for down hill roads, draft big trucks, keep tires inflated properly, clean your air filter, pray, and get a beater car to drive to save money
I have an 08 Pro 4X CC, getting 13.5-14.5 mpg. Truck is awesome though, no regrets. Fuel mileage kind of the reason I got the truck, wierd as that may seem. Wife had a 2010 Armada(16.5 mpg) and she loved it but couldn't stand fuel mileage, so bad it prompted her to go trade it for a smaller car. I missed the Armada so bad I sold my 06 Wrangler(12 mpg) and bought the Titan, love these trucks!
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I actually just drove from Savannah to Pigeon Forge and back. I did 330 miles on the way up and got 14.34mpg. Picked up a 1 lb puppy for the kids and drove back the next day. On the way back I got 353 miles with the fuel light on for about 25 miles. I got 13.65mpg for the trip home.
I figured the reason for lower mpgs on the return trip was because of the snow and ice coming thru Cherokee and Ashville. I had alot of slow down speed up driving with the weather.
07' 4wd PC lift, Bilsteins, AirLift, TruTrac, Bushwackers, NFab Steps, 18x9.5" AR Mojaves, Nitto Terragrapplers
I've owned my 2011 since the end of July and have put 10000 miles on it. My average since then has been 14.1mpg. I've seen as good as 16.71 and as bad as 12.29mpg. That's calculated at the pump. I live up north and with winter blend gas and cold temps it doesn't help the ol' MPG. Also driving about 80% Highway, 20% City.
2011 Titan SV 4x4 Radiant Silver
Trifecta Tri-Fold Tonneau, Westin Nerf Bars, AVS Bugflector II, AVS In-Channel Ventshades, Plasti-Dip: Grill, Front Bumper Chrome, Lettering
I got 15.1 mpg all highway driving yesterday. Mix of city/hwy, I get 13.8 consistently.
2012 Nissan Titan Crew Cab 4x2 SL
Brilliant Silver/Charcoal Leather
Texas Titan Package
Armada 6-spoke 20s
Toyo Open Country AT II - 275-60/20
Rear Bumper Step
22% Front Tint
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