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    I have owned my 2014 Azera since August, and now have 9100 miles. Miles are considerably high because I commute 40 miles to work and back, and my USAR unit is located in Dallas which requires a monthly 600 mile one way trip for drill.
    Average speed for my work commute is 45-50 mph, and I normally achieve about 32 miles per gallon on my weekly fill-up if I don't have a lot of errands to run outside of work. However, even with another 30 miles of city driving, my mpg only drops to about 30 mpg.
    For my trips to Dallas, my average speed is about 68-70 mph, and yields me a solid 31.5 mpg at fill up. The first trip was at 30 mpg, but has steadily risen each month as I have been able to lay off the A/C.
    At my first service, I asked the tech how long I was going to have to wait for the engine to truly be broken in, and he stated that it doesn't really happen until the 25-30k range. Seemed like a really big number for break-in period...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbower View Post
    I have owned my 2014 Azera since August, and now have 9100 miles. Miles are considerably high because I commute 40 miles to work and back, and my USAR unit is located in Dallas which requires a monthly 600 mile one way trip for drill.
    Average speed for my work commute is 45-50 mph, and I normally achieve about 32 miles per gallon on my weekly fill-up if I don't have a lot of errands to run outside of work. However, even with another 30 miles of city driving, my mpg only drops to about 30 mpg.
    For my trips to Dallas, my average speed is about 68-70 mph, and yields me a solid 31.5 mpg at fill up. The first trip was at 30 mpg, but has steadily risen each month as I have been able to lay off the A/C.
    At my first service, I asked the tech how long I was going to have to wait for the engine to truly be broken in, and he stated that it doesn't really happen until the 25-30k range. Seemed like a really big number for break-in period...
    That is quite promising to hear. The mileage does seem to be going up with each refill but at this time I am getting 22.835 mpg on gasohol. Pure gasoline would yield about 23.3 mpg.

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    Well I now have 8,200 miles on the car and the average is still only 20.4 which is mainly because 1,800-2,000 miles were highway driving to see my brother where I averaged 28-30, around town I am only getting 16-17. Very disappointed with the dealer who lied about the MPG and made sure the window sticker was not received by me for 7 months. The zone told me I would qualify for the mpg program (per the lawsuit) when I stated the lemon law on the navigation. When I corrected the navigation MYSELF then I was informed that the car was bought after August 2012 so I could not participate. Like the car but if I could get what I owed on it after 9 months of ownership I would trade it for another car getting better MPG. If I had known the true MPG in advance I would have bought a Volvo. This is most likely the end of me getting a Hyundai. If I had none the facts the Genesis gets the mileage I am with the 3.8 and AWD which would have made more sense. I guess I got the shaft from the dealer and Hyundai

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    I bought my 2013 used with 8500 miles. I did a trip to Los Angeles and back - at 75 mph I still got 32+mpg. I get about 19 mpg around town if I drive carefully.

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