http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/showthread.php?t=75020&page=11I know the hypermiling technique has been around for more than a decade, but cliffs on how to do it?
thanks, I will! :thmsup:
pretty much anticipating what will happen as you go down the road.I know the hypermiling technique has been around for more than a decade, but cliffs on how to do it?
I have the sport, so I4 cvtI am not getting that kind of mileage, but very good mileage driving normally. Do you have the I4 or V6?
I agree and I drive the same way. Unfortunatey, I sometimes have slow to stop and go traffic on part of my commute. I wouldn't call what you are ding hyper milling I call it sensible driving.thanks, I will! :thmsup:
pretty much anticipating what will happen as you go down the road.
if you see a red light coming up from afar, just keep your foot off the pedals and glide. I happened to get lucky today and time the lights perfectly, which help immensely. i engine brake quite often since my cvt comes with paddles.
however when you do stop, i found that getting up to speed quickly is more beneficial than crawling off the line.
2 ways to maintain your speed - pulse&glide and constant pressure. I prefer the latter bc i can get a consistent pressure on the throttle and adjust by keeping my eyes on the instant mpg gauge.
eco mode was enabled, and a/c was off of course.
those were the only things i really use while hypermiling. many more methods, but some seem risky and disrupt traffic flow imo.
I have the sport, so I4 cvt