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Old 01-13-2006, 07:24 AM   #1
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how long does "break in" affect mpg?

title says it all. is it true that a car will get worse mileage up to a certain point? anyone know what that point is? my car may still be breaking in.
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It's true, anywhere from ike

It's true, anywhere from ike 1k miles to 30k, ask the manufacturer,
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yea, it's true. Especially

yea, it's true. Especially hondas, they take a long time to break in, but it's worth it.
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