Q: How do I view the range?

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How do I view the range?

The range is an estimation of how many miles you can drive on your current tank of gas, based on how much fuel remains in the tank, and on the fuel economy that you have averaged in past trips. To view the range, press the Sel/Reset button until the information display shows the range on the instrument panel. Tip The range is an estimation of how many miles you can drive before you run out of gas. You should always refuel when your gas tank is low, rather than assuming that you can drive down to the final mile or two on the range gauge.

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