MPG on 1.5 petrol SEL

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Re: MPG on 1.5 petrol SEL

Post by kodiaq » Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:29 am

I have now done about 200 miles and that is mainly very short trips round Poole. Often only a couple of miles at a time with cold engine,
I did a 40 mile trip on Friday across country on A roads and back on Sunday same distance same roads. 44.1 over the weekend and overall average 36.7.
I reckon that's pretty good for a new, tight engine.
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Re: MPG on 1.5 petrol SEL

Post by Ford pop racer » Sun Jan 27, 2019 9:49 am

fidelio wrote:
Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:06 pm
I can't believe that 40 MPG is not a good enough figure for you guys. Even 35 is great for a car that size, running with a petrol engine.
My 1.6 Diesel Qashqai (which Karoq is replacing) )was doing 36MPG (city mostly driving) and was quite satisfied about it.
I don't worry about the fuel consumption, those that do should buy a smaller car. I had a Chrysler voyager 3.3 petrol up until 2007, while doing my business accounts I found I had spent £5000 on petrol in a year, petrol was much cheaper then also.
Just to add in town I may get 25mpg but I may only do 2-3 miles, I find in general I get 350 miles to a tank, you can't believe the figures in the display.
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