How to Improve the MPG on a Suburban?


To improve your miles per gallon (MPG) on your Suburban, take your driving habits in consideration. Don't press down hard on the gas when going down hills, and don't speed up unnecessarily. If you keep these few tips in mind, you'll soon pay less at the pump.
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