I personally bought my 2012 rio April of 2012. I bought it on the salesmen talking to me about the 40mpg I was looking at getting a hybrid because I drive about 100 miles per day. I noticed quickly my rio could not hit the 40mpg mark no matter what I did. I reached out asking about is but was told I didn't have any options to return the vehicle . Soon the news broke that my estimated mpg had been overstated. I checked m rebate quote to see a insulting $120 . I put $5,000 cash down as well as traded in my 02 dodge ram 1500 quad cab in excellent condition for only 3,000 extra on my cash down payment. So I had a total of 8k down. I paid about 16500 for the rio. I went in a few days ago to see if ere was any other options as I would never have purchased the car had the correct mileage been stated and they valued my trade at only 11k. My car is mint condition not a single scratch scuff or any sign of wear. So 15,000 miles and 8 months my vehicle has dropped a large amount. I have not been offers any other resolution other than this rebate card which to be honest only covers the difference in mileage not the fact that I don't want a vehicle that is rated with these miles. There are plenty of nicer vehicles I could have bought that rated the same as the actual mileage. I have since been considering a small claims option instead of joining the class action things on the net. I'm wondering how many people feel the same as me. I've pretty much lost my truck and cash investment in this short of a time which seems crazy. I find it hard to think that the change in mpg won't also change the value of the cars.