Fuelly lists my Toyota V6 Venza Vehicle as 18 MPG City and 25 MPG Hwy - this is for the USA built V6 Venza, - but in fact in Canada with our larger gallon (4 Canadian Gallons = 5 US Gallons) it works out to 11.5 L/100km City, and 7.9 L/100Km which is equivalent to 25 MPG City and 37 MPG Highway.
Also had a problem posting my Canadian fuel costs which are now 96.4 cents per litre - this is approx $4.60 per gallon, but when I posted this Fuelly said I was in ERROR?? How can this be posted correctly on Fuelly?
All our estimates are based on the US data (we don't have free data sources for other nations' fuel economy), so maybe we could hide them from non-US users.
Everything on price is done in the major accounts, on the cents, so if you entered 96.4 for price, Fuelly probably complained because it appeared you were spending $96.40 per litre. Input it as $0.964 and it should work out.