Currently I can get 30.5 mpg from my 2006 tC by simply driving 55 mph on the highway, attempting to cruise through red lights, and cutting the engine when stopped at red lights. I'm really wanting to achieve 40 mpg! I plan to get a ScanGauge II soon enough, but for now I do not have any direct way to see my fuel consumption. Typically I slowly and lightly accelerate shifting at 2500 RPM. I'm reading that it may be better to shift at 3000 RPM and floor the throttle while I accelerate. I can feel the engine running differently between 2500 RPM and 3000 RPM versus 2000 RPM and 2500 RPM. I'm not fully sure what this means or if it's significant. It is much more fun to accelerate hard and shift at 3k than to accelerate lightly and shift at 2.5k for sure. The tC is a very fun car to drive overall, 160 hp and 160 torque is an interesting combination. It uses the 2AZ-FE engine which is also used in the Camry, so I imagine hypermiling techniques for the Camry is similar to what is needed in the tC. What should my shift point be? 2.5k or 3k? Maybe 3.5k? Can I tell from looking at a dyno curve? Should I be going open throttle or feathered throttle to accelerate? At what speed is it best to coast at? 55mph? 45 mph? Is there a safe way to pulse and glide on the high way? Does this achieve much more FE than feathering the throttle? What speed would I want to accel up to and glide down to? My drive has many many hills of varying gradients, I typically keep constant feathered throttle when going through them, is this the correct behavior letting my speed dip during the climb and regain during the descent?