: 2007 Escalade MPG???



nbomar
01-30-07, 04:36 PM
I searched and couldn't find this so I thought I would ask. What kind of MPG are guys with 2007 6.2L motors getting? I'll start.

2007 Escalade AWD, Factory 22's, 1000k Miles

13mpg.


Please post model, drive, wheel sizes, and mileage because all directly affect your mileage.


Thanks

b78772
01-30-07, 05:29 PM
11.5 Wife uses a lot of warm ups.

'07, 4WD, Factory 18, 400 miles on it

toeofgoat
01-30-07, 06:10 PM
07' ESV, 22",AWD,2K miles, 14.6mpg

medlines
01-30-07, 06:12 PM
9 mpg city driving, a lot of traffic and no highways or long empty Blvds niether so striktly European city small roads. And I kick the pedal sometimes.
And 14.7 mpg on the highway, but I tested this only once so it is not accurate

07 Escalade AWD, 24" wheels with wide tires 305-35/24 and 981 miles up to now.

403HP
01-30-07, 07:31 PM
07 EXT with Corsa Cat Back. 6500 miles and I am getting 16 MPG

Shodan01
01-30-07, 08:04 PM
07 with factory 18's 3600 miles I get about 14 mpg...

blingblingcv
01-30-07, 09:13 PM
07 with stock 18's 13.5 mpg and 1500 miles

ecs177
01-30-07, 09:24 PM
07 escalade w/ 6500 miles... 14.3 mpg

LLT
01-30-07, 10:36 PM
Current Escalade: ESV, 2300 miles, factory 22" - 14mpg

07Escalade916
01-30-07, 11:47 PM
2007 Escalade 1500 miles 24's 9MPG

cadymon
01-31-07, 12:24 AM
2007 ESV 26" 8.7 mpg.

hcvone
01-31-07, 06:14 AM
07' with 22's
city 10.8
highway 18.8

07' with 18's Revo's
city 11.7
highway 19.6

This is my newest 07' with 800 miles

Kickboxer
01-31-07, 10:51 AM
07 ESV, about 9 mpg, mostly stop and go.

nbomar
01-31-07, 11:34 AM
wow.....there is a lot of MPG under 10....scary! Sounds like my f250...it get's about 10mpg...it's 42" tires on it though! haha

walks
01-31-07, 06:44 PM
07 with stock 22's. About 10,000 miles. 13.1mpg. Even with highway and backroad driving. Use 92-93 octane.

07Lambert
01-31-07, 10:05 PM
07 EXT stock 22's 1700 miles - 12.8 average

mostly city driven with occasional highway.

IMMensaMind
02-01-07, 09:44 AM
People should declare whether they are using an ethanol formulation with those mileage numbers. I don't know if you all are aware of it, but ethanol blends will cause about a 2mpg drop.

And it creates more smog.

And it will cause corn prices to spike.

And it sucks for engine internals.

Pass the word - there is nothing good about ethanol.

You'll notice that people using 'good old gas' are going to get better mileage.

ejholt
02-01-07, 11:26 PM
07 EXT with stock 22's 17.5 mpg and 1500 miles