Re: A 3.6L V6 MPG Saga . . . 2015 Equinox 17,000 miles so far.
What really is amazing is how we forget when gas prices years back was around $4.35 to $5.75 for premium.
Even with that price I would still get the premium gas since it burns cleaner, no carbon buildup, better gas mileage, and better performance.
Our 2015 Equinox AWD V6 runs great and amazing of the power it has. I have always been using premium gas on all of our cars, including my classic 1987 Buick Grand National, which also is a V6 but this car has a turbo. If I don't open the turbo up I'll get around 18 mpg.
One thing for sure, I glad the Equinox don't have a turbo, or the gas mileage would really suck.
2015 Chevrolet Equinox LTZ V6 AWD
Summit White with Brownstone leather interior, all option except towing