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Old 23-11-12, 07:02 PM   #1
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Evening everyone

Just a quick question.

To those who have an 807 2.2 hdi.

Do you know what sort of MPG you achieve on average when cruising at around the 70mph mark?

Lets say good driving conditions with only the driver in the car.

Thanks all.
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I had one a few years ago. It was remapped and i used to get high 30's to low 40's when on a run on the motorway sticking to 70 ish
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I had one a few years ago. It was remapped and i used to get high 30's to low 40's when on a run on the motorway sticking to 70 ish
Whats this remapping like and is it worth doing?
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Whats this remapping like and is it worth doing?
It was worth every penny the car drove much better with a lot more mid range grunt making it easier to drive and when needed wider power range for better overtaking etc.

No affect on reliability etc had it remapped when i got the car at 68K and sold the car three years later with 156K on the clock still on original clutch and turbo only outlay was a cambelt kit at 90K
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I have the 170 bhp ,had it since new ,mostly on the motorway 70 ish about mid 30s to low 40's if i'm lucky .Mid 20's if i'm towing my twin axle 1500kg caravan .(tows like a dream)
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i just did a 680 mile round trip including a lot of motor way driving and bad traffic, and used about 78 litres of diesel. mines a 2.2 2006 hdi and there was three of us with my sons gear from university as well. very pleased with it so far...
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i just did a 680 mile round trip including a lot of motor way driving and bad traffic, and used about 78 litres of diesel. mines a 2.2 2006 hdi and there was three of us with my sons gear from university as well. very pleased with it so far...
so ur miles per gallon is 39.23...not bad
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I do mainly around the doors with a little motorway and get late 20's early 30's

I'm planning a remap when funds allow.
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I normally get 650 to 700 out of a tank. Puts it in high 30s for mpg

+1 for the remapping. Much better drive

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