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Thought it might be interesting to see what others are getting, might help potential buyers make a decision. Keep this to the 1.2 manual or auto Please !

Average for my auto is 36.1 - 182 miles travelled mostly short trips and a few short motorway runs, Hoping it will improve with more miles on the clock.
 

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On a return trip from London to Southampton -M25, M3, M271, averaged 49.7 over 226 miles. That is better than i was getting in my Prius, which was great around town, but suffered badly at constant higher motorway speeds. I'm confident I can easily crack 50mpg without really trying, and I'm impressed with that. 1.2 EAT6 Auto.
 

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Our 130ps version in a 308 auto regularly gets 21km/L which is near enough to 60mpg.
A great engine transmission combo.
Unfortunately we won't get it in our 3008, it'll be the 1.6 instead or diesel.
Not sure about the shared 1.6.
 

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Average is creeping up on my mine as it settles in (1400 miles so far) and currently at 51mpg for the 1.6 HDi EAT6. My manual 1.6 QQ reported 55mpg so if it can match that long term I'll be quite happy.
 

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50 is near 60 mpg? ;D .... I'm hoping for at least an average of 25 km/l (60 mpg) in my 1.6 ... fingers crossed :p

Our 130ps version in a 308 auto regularly gets 21km/L which is near enough to 60mpg.
A great engine transmission combo.
Unfortunately we won't get it in our 3008, it'll be the 1.6 instead or diesel.
Not sure about the shared 1.6.
 

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Our 130ps version in a 308 auto regularly gets 21km/L which is near enough to 60mpg.
A great engine transmission combo.
Unfortunately we won't get it in our 3008, it'll be the 1.6 instead or diesel.
Not sure about the shared 1.6.
50 is near 60 mpg? ;D .... I'm hoping for at least an average of 25 km/l (60 mpg) in my 1.6 ... fingers crossed :p
25 kp/l is 58.803645825 US mpg or 70.620234075 UK mpg
21 kp/l is 49.395062493 US mpg or 59.320996623 UK mpg

Depending on which length of mile you use will determine which one will be the correct calculation :)

https://www.unitjuggler.com/convert-fuelconsumption-from-kmperl-to-mpgimperial.html?val=21
 

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25 kp/l is 58.803645825 US mpg or 70.620234075 UK mpg
21 kp/l is 49.395062493 US mpg or 59.320996623 UK mpg

Depending on which length of mile you use will determine which one will be the correct calculation :)

https://www.unitjuggler.com/convert-fuelconsumption-from-kmperl-to-mpgimperial.html?val=21
Do miles change length? I thought it was just the size of a gallon that was subject to variance.

I'm always amazed at the fuel consumption levels some people can achieve, where I can never come close using the same equipment, even when driving down the face of the eiger with the engine off.
 

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Do miles change length? I thought it was just the size of a gallon that was subject to variance.

I'm always amazed at the fuel consumption levels some people can achieve, where I can never come close using the same equipment, even when driving down the face of the eiger with the engine off.
That's because it takes a lot of fuel to get to the top of the Eiger :p
 

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Do miles change length? I thought it was just the size of a gallon that was subject to variance.

I'm always amazed at the fuel consumption levels some people can achieve, where I can never come close using the same equipment, even when driving down the face of the eiger with the engine off.

Yes it is the volume of the gallon that changes - I was trying to inject a semblance of humour into the post though it does come across different reading it than thinking it when I wrote it. :)
 
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