???????Thor said:Congrats on your new Outback
Milage with mine truck is about 20.5 l/100km pulling at 100 km/h
Normal driving city/hwy for me is 15.4 l/100km
Sorry I do not know what that is in mpg but I am about 25% more pulling and thru the mountains it can go as high as 35% more. (rough figures)
Thank you! Well, I'm a financial analyst type and won't make any decisions without knowing exactly what I'm getting into. So we can't even look at buying our Outback until I have a good idea of exactly how much it will cost us in gas, insurance, and other expenses, so we know how much money is left in the budget for the trailer itself. Any help would be greatly appreciated! This forum is wonderful.2500Ram said:Welcome to Outbackers.com markcharice action
Wow, this is a post from the past. MPG = bad no matter what your TV is.
Again welcome and soon this will be your home page if it's not already
Ssbondo,ssbondo said:Any problems or items to be aware of.
Thanks Doug, I feel like an idiot now, they joined 6 months before I did! Sorry, hope everyone had a good Christmas!PDX_Doug said:Uh...guys?
I just noticed we need to pay a little more attention to post dates here. ssbondo bought his new Outback March 9th... of 2004! (Caught me too!)
Oh well, better late than never, I guess!
P.S.: action WELCOME TO OUTBACKERS, NDJOLLYMON! action
I'm sure you will love it here. Be sure to post often!