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What Fuel Consumption Reading Do You Get?
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My (110PS) XTR Man + A/C has only ever shown 51.3 or 52.3 MPG, never any other number, what do other people see?
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Have you reset it by holding in the stalk? Once it gets to a certain mileage it stays there.
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around town my 1.6 (75BHP) VTR gives 53 ish, i reset recently before a trip to West Wales on mainly A Roads and got a tidy 59.6 much better than my recently replaced X Picasso 2.0HDI 35ish around town.
2012 Berlingo Multispace VTR 1.6HDI White
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My 1.6 HDI 100 blue is now averaging 54 mpg @ 3,000 miles.I expect it to improve with mileage like my old 90 HDI did.
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I drive a minimum of 80 miles a day, mostly at 60-65mph and cant get better than 47mpg, real readings after calculation are around 49mpg or about 550 miles before the light comes on.
Previous Berlingo: 2015 1.6 L1850 90ps In Artic Steel inc Look Pack and Lighting Pack.

Current Berlingo: K9 2018 Driver M 100ps in Platinum Grey with Safety Pack
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All interesting info, thanks.

Matt
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(19-07-2016, 09:59 PM)Matt Haigh Wrote:  My (110PS) XTR Man + A/C has only ever shown 51.3 or 52.3 MPG, never any other number, what do other people see?
1.6 eHDi Auto 2014
Hi,
My Blingo has 3 tabs. The lower one I reset every fill up, and the middle one I use for journey info. Around town I get an honest 40+ to the gallon. Motorway normally around 54 MPG crusing in 6th around 70 MPH. My engine has only covered 7000 miles, so could be a bit tight yet, but is certainly not slow.
Have fun, Richard
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(20-07-2016, 06:39 AM)Solent Wrote:  Have you reset it by holding in the stalk? Once it gets to a certain mileage it stays there.

Nope as it's a rolling average the more miles you do the more miles you have to do to change it...

When you've done 5 miles it will change rapidly, if you've done 4000 it will take an age to change...
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My wife is known as lead-foot in our family
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43mpg higway to croatia cruise control 80-93 mph

120hp s&s bluehdi 6gears
Fully loaded 5 person

Wysłane z mojego SM-G925F przy użyciu Tapatalka
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