2011 Kia Sorento EX V6 AWD & 2010 Hyundai Sonata SE
Did you even read the two articles I posted about this? People don't understand that the forward motion of your vehicle can keep your engine rotating whether its getting fuel or not. The computer can turn off the injectors but the engine will still stay rotating. It's not that hard to understand.Wow thats a good one, i had to re read that because I couldnt believe someone wrote that. That is not even anywhere close to how it works. The only time your FI is off is when the engine is off, when the engine is on you are always using gas. Shifting to N would save such little fuel that the extra effort, wear to brakes and tranny, and possible safety risk make it not worth while. These are computer controlled cars not old school manual tranny cars, and you cant drive them as such. The manual does state that you should leave it in drive.
Reset your MPG average and drive down a hill. Watch as you will get a very high number. That because your not using any gas.