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    I don't have a real pickup (I have a Honda) but it gets from 18 to 22 all the time. With the 22 gallon tank it gives me roughly a 400 mile range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwall View Post
    I don't have a real pickup (I have a Honda) but it gets from 18 to 22 all the time. With the 22 gallon tank it gives me roughly a 400 mile range.
    The Ridgeline. If it is a new one, it is the exact same thing as my wife's SUV (a Honda Pilot) accept the Ridgeline has a bed instead of an enclosed cargo area. My wife's Pilot has a 9 speed auto transmission and it cruised at 2k rpm at 75 mph! If I slow down, I've gotten 32 mpg out of it. It's sweet spot is at about 65 mph.
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    Keep your foot off the gas helped me... Drove a '16 Outback on cruise control at 62 mph behind a group of semis the majority of 545 miles and went from 27 to 36 mph just not touching the gas... With 18.5 gal tank...
    leave the gun... take the cannoli...

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    May the wind be always at your back and your destination downhill ....

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