I don't do the manual way, mostly because I fuel up so much. So far I think this has been pretty good mileage compared to the size of the car.
A lot of the sedans got great mileage if I tried.... key word tried. The problem with some of the previous cars was that they were 4 bangers that really required you to mash on the gas to get them up and moving. Most of my long time mileage monitoring on these was somewhere in the 21-25 range. The pacifica has quite a bit more power, so it takes a lot less drastic acceleration to get it where I want it. This is the first car I've really considered buying afterwards, so I'm babying the van and keeping close tabs on it. I'm pretty much doubling down on it by dumping in more than $1500 with led lights, full weather tech mats, and a ceramic coating currently being put on now.
2018 Chrysler Pacifica Touring L - Cordovan Pearl with Toffee interior, weather tech cocoa mats, 20% tint all around.
2015 Chrysler 300c - Black with tan interior
2016 Chevy Malibu
2014 Ford Escape
2014 Ford Fusion
2012 Dodge Journey
2008 Nissan Altima
1992 Honda Prelude
*most have been work vehicles