As there is a major difference between city and motorway driving the average figures reported are heavily influenced by the percentage of city viz a viz motorway distances. It would be very helpful you could filter the reported results according to predominantly city or motorway driving rather than having to enter each and every record
I second that idea, as it's tedious to enter each record to see what is that persons HWY/CTY percentage.
Also it would be nice to be able to filter on the number of fill-ups. While its clearly visible on the search page textually, it would help clean up the MPG histogram for us that are much more visual learning people.
I asked the same question as Sonata77 "Filters please"on October 22. It really devalues the value of your data by not having a simple filter for city vs highway driving. The difference in fuel consumption between city and highway are very significant as witnessed by the EPA standard and the averages you show make little sense. Please in this day and age it doesnt sound like rocket science to add a simple filter