Somewhere, shortly after I started using Fuelly, I must have missed a fillup, since all of a sudden my mileage went over 100mpg. Is there any way to delete whatever happened to get the mileage more in line with real life? Page is at Fuelly - Track and Compare your MPG
Yes, you need to edit your 2nd fuel up, as you input over 1000 miles using just a few litre of fuel, showing as 160 UK MPG here. Are you using trip reading or odometer to track?
There are two obviously incorrect vehicles that currently are responsible for more than 1/4 of the 2017 Honda CR-V miles in the system, yet show fuelups for several years. It seems the users involved have reclassified some older car as a 2017 CR-V. They are dropping the reported mileage in a significant way: Van (Honda CR-V) | Fuelly CRV (Honda CR-V) | Fuelly
I agree with Larryd. I was researching the 2017 CRV and noticed the obviously misplaced rogue vehicles. Can the moderators not clean up the CRV entries so the average MPG can be compared to other years?
Goes both ways. I got an honest high mileage in my Civic, but as an outlier the algorithm tosses mine out as most are getting significantly less that I am, working for the mileage. Is what it is, I know I'm honest but there are folks who would fluff up their mileage or not pay attention to the numbers they're inputting.
Then there are the people who get horrible mileage simply because of their regular driving cycle. A short commute in which the car can never fully warm up will drag down the efficiency of even the best hybrids.
There low fuel efficiency isn't do to the car. So that data is also tossed in order to not give the impression the car model is that bad.
When you drill down while researching a car model, you will eventually get an option to view the outliers.