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hi... i no what manufacturers state and what the vehicle actually does is too complete opposites but. on average driving on normal 20/30/40 mph roads what are we exspected to be getting. or what are you actually getting. i hardly go on dual carriageways or motorways. cheers
 

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I have been monitoring mine for quite a while now, used daily, mix of back roads and motorway and it's returing 10l/100km. Back road max speeds 50-60kmh motorway 120-130kph. Distance covered is 26km per journey, of which 10km is on back roads. I have noticed a better return coming home - straight onto motorway system then the morning run in. It is an average, which strangly the consumption increased after a major service and has now settled back down.
Straight motorway runs come in at 8l/100km when cruise control is set at 2500rpm.
For darrenmax, run is between rijmenam east/keerbergen west to zemst (backroads) then e19 to a201 nato crossroads!. Motorway journey is e19/ring/e40.
 

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In my previous post I converted to l/100km to US miles/gal, in UK it would be 28mpg on the motorways and 19mpg around town.
 

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on the computer screen it says consumption 1 = 20.1 mpg consumption 2 = 20.2 that is driving on normal B roads. on a motorway cruise it says in doing 32-34 mpg at a speed of 56-60 mph.
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ian
 
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