Since no one has responded I will give you what Consumer Reports got in their mixed driving test. I use this for my basis of what I will get when driving a new car because when I buy one, I tend to get about 1 mpg better than they indicate (not that I buy frequently, as I keep my cars about 10-12 years before getting a new one and drive them about 200,000 miles).
In any case, for the 2.5L four cyllinder they got 24 mpg. Unfortunately, they did not test the turbo.
There is a site called fuely you can use to see what others get with your car. It is:
That will give you a better idea. Owners there average between 17 and 39 depending where they are driving, and how hard they go.