Originally Posted by KermitCar
you have to keep in mind that they must drive the car like a "normal" person would, so the numbers are going to be on the lower side.
You also have to wonder about the vehicle they tested. How new was it and was it broken in. We all know that these cars do substantially better as both the vehicle and the driver get some miles on them.
Also, do they give any indication as to how long their test drives were?
Not only do those numbers seem to be backward, they seem to be outrageously low.