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2.0 hdi mpg
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Hi, what kind of mpg are you guys getting from your 2.0 hdis with all rural and town driving, not motorway. Trying to compare to my transit connect which is only doing 36mpg Sad my old 1.9d used to get me 38mpg , but after having turbo diesels i couldnt go back! thanks in advanceWink
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#2
I must do 25/75 town/country.

My fuel stats can be seen in my sig.
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(06-11-2012, 08:07 AM)thurrockdave Wrote:  I must do 25/75 town/country.

My fuel stats can be seen in my sig.

Thanks for the reply, are you careful and always drive with mpg in mind?
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im getting around 45 mpg.
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(06-11-2012, 09:48 AM)BaIleyjdm Wrote:  Thanks for the reply, are you careful and always drive with mpg in mind?

I'm getting that way, but the urge to splurge gets the better of me sometimes. I love a traffic light grand prix. :woop:
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My Mpg is below in my signature but it erm... ahem... has gone a bit pete tong since my last fuel upRolleyes, normal order should be restored when I've input the details of my next fuel up.

Anyway, I seem to average around 50mpg, 30/70 town/country A-roads driving, and I do seem to take it quite sedately in the Blingo.
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#7
Van with about 200 kilo load and 30 stone of passengers, drive like my hairs on fire, except stick to the limit on motorways, I get 45 mpg, if the vans empty and I drive steady, 50 is achievable.
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#8
Thing is the money that I can get back for the connect I will be able to get the latest berlingo with very low miles. Up for sale she goes.......

Latest 2.0 hdi I mean!
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#9
Get about 40 taking it easy and top 20's when not, but van is loaded with everything an electrician required on a daily basis.
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(06-11-2012, 06:25 PM)800HDI Wrote:  Get about 40 taking it easy and top 20's when not, but van is loaded with everything an electrician required on a daily basis.

High 20's, doesn't sound right, sure theres not a problem there somewhere?
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