16V, i regularly see 35mpg without coasting or avoiding the brakes. Interstingly insurance wise it sometimes makes a big difference when using online quotation forms if you enter, Cupra, cupra sport, Gti or GTi sport, sometimes all listed under 2.0L 16V. it can mean the difference of a few hundred quid??? God knows why, but use the back button a lot and find the best combination! i found the 16V really cheap to insure, but make sure it has a cat 2 immobiliser as 95% of insurers require PROOF it has one, usually in the fom of a fitting certificate. I was with priviledge and they forced me to get one fitted, having fitted it they said i neednt bother as it has one as standard, but i had already gone out and fitted one, so they agreed to pay! now my beeza has 2 immobilisers and an alarm and a steering wheel lock - nick that you deserve it! - tempting fate??