I traded my 2009 Prius with
I traded my 2009 Prius with 25K miles which never got lower the 47.3 MPG for a New 2010 Prius to take advantage of the advertised 51.0 MPG. What a farse. I now get no more than 41.0 mPG and most of the time about 37MPG doing the same driving. Toyota really screwed up the 2010 Prius.
3 miles each way is WAY to
3 miles each way is WAY to short for a Prius. A Prius must drive 5 miles before it completes it's integrated warm up cycle and then becomes the most fuel efficient. Any car is inefficient the first few miles but the Prius's MFD is just so sensitive that it actually shows it. The regular Prius isn't meant for short trips. If I were you, I'd get the Plug-In Prius. That would be MUCH more fuel efficient fir you.
I changed my oil, air filter
I changed my oil, air filter and put new tires on my 2008 Prius. It is getting worse gas mileage now than it was before needing clean oil and a new air filter. Anything else I can check. I commute 75 each way to work.
I was getting 46 to 50 miles
I was getting 46 to 50 miles to the gallon with factory bridgestone tires on my 2008 toyota prius which only has 31000 miles on it.Ever since i bought firestone affinity touring tires about a month ago my gas mileage went to 41 miles to the gallon right away and has never gotten any better