If only clio sport's had such mpg. I go through a tank of fuel in just over a weekMK3 2010 DCi 88bhp - Thrashing it a bit 60mpg, best I've managed is 81.1. Although doing 50mph on the M6 where it's roadworks will give me 99.9mpg and If the tank is almost full says a range of over 1000 miles! But that's if you re-set the computer and keep to 50mph
Motorway is around 71 MPG and urban driving about 64 MPG
Currently with a mix of urban and short motorway journeys and being thrashed a little I'm getting the lowest MPG I've ever had, 60.2 MPG...
When the tank reaches half full I put in £10 which lasts me a week getting to uni ect. (Use fuel additives every now and again which may be the reason for such good MPG, but who knowsView attachment 1357821
FIairly accurate if you’ve just reset it. If it hasn’t been reset it can stick at an average and will take quite a lot to get it to changeHow accurate is the on board mpg gauge?
I just did a round trip from Suffolk to Cornwall, getting approx 42 mpg @ around 70mph on the way there using BP and Tesco premium.
And 45-47mpg on the return trip using Esso standard unleaded.
You're either super economical at 4AM or the complete opposite!Mines sat on 38 at the mo. 16 mile commute, max speed 40 and lots of queuing to work. Reverse trip at 4.30am so er, yeah a bit different! I dunno what's happened recently, fit the first two years of ownership I couldn't get over 35mpg, even in a run. I've probably lost 50bhp?
Depends how I drive really, when I first got the car had an addative in the fuel and drove to save fuel I had 82 mpg but usually sits around 72 now with 63-65mpg when I'm out having fun. I have a 2003 mk2 clio 1.5dci 80Hi Guys,
Decided on starting this thread as I want to know compared to others how economical, or un-eco as it may be, my Dyna is.
Got a 2003 1.6 Dynamique 3 door. Trip tells me 40.9 mpg average atm, has been 42 at best the other week, but 38 I would say is my stone average roughly. I don't drive it hard either, quite hard, but mainly dual carriageway stuff so can be sitting at high speeds rather than thrasing 1st, 2nd and 3rd out.
End up filling up around £35 every 4 days, but thats partly cause I work 22 or so miles away
How does yours compare? :approve:
Whats your average, best and how often you fill up?