26.5 MPG on the way up, which is good because it’s a climb from 5280 ft to 12,313 ft.
I’ll have the overall MPG later this morning. My 2017 Alltrack got 32 MPG round trip. No traffic (6am) going up, bad traffic on the return leg.
Car ran fine, nothing to report. The heated seats work wonders in 7° F (-14C) cold.
On the way home there was traffic, of course, and I’m proud to announce the world’s only MPG report for a 2017 Alltrack 5-degree uphill idling creep in 1st gear (manual transmission) yields a constant MPG of 11.