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So My Vehicle Is Terrible On Gas And Despite All My Efforts To Fix It, I Can Not, Is This Still Profitable At 15 Mpg?

Yes, I have gone to the mechanic.

Yes, everything has been checked out, tire pressure checked, rotated, oil changed, battery changed, filters, plugs, wires, tie rod, brakes, and tires are 9/32. I have also tried coasting and changing driving habits. Tire pressure is 31 in the front out of 33, even in both and the back is 29 of 33.

Recent full alignment along with new struts, and a few other things replaced in the front end. I would have to pull up the sheet with all of it. Car has VERY low mileage on it though. Manual says 87 and I have checked on 91, according the manufacturer and other forum boards/redditors who have tested it, it will not give me any additional mpg. Although, I have not personally tried it. I just purchased the vehicle and REALLY regret my choice but, it is what it is. I will have to use the negative depreciating asset as best I can.

Toyota Rav4.

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