Dodge Dart will hit 41 MPG with available Aero Package
I drove my RAV4 to Key Largo from DC a couple years ago and I was so bored I actually tried to beat the EPA mpg. I had to go 57 mph to get 28 mpg which is one mpg more than it is rated at now and one mpg less than it was rated in 2007 when I bought it. So the new hwy mpg has at least been adjusted to the point where you can beat it by driving less than 60 mph on the interstate in flat states like South Carolina and Florida. 65 mph and the RAV gets around 27 mpg, which is surprisingly, what it is rated at now. I am all in favor of tall OD gears for the interstate, even if I only use them 10% of the time, it is nice to know that they are there when I want them.