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Petrol or diesel?

Discussion in 'SEAT brand general discussion' started by Granty312, Oct 7, 2018.

  1. R4CK5

    R4CK5 Full Member

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    I do 20k a year in my17 fr 1.4 eco tsi and I have a long term average of 46mpg which is definitely on a par with with Astra h 1.9cdti Sri. Petrol is definitely getting better with regards to mpg and with the new taxation system and ultra low emissions zones coming into effect in most major uk cities, diesels will be hit hardest.

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  2. KXL

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    Cruising on the motorway on or around 70mph, do you get low to mid 50s mpg wise?
     
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    Not sure tbh, I tend to set the cruise to 80 on dual carriageway but I'd imagine somewhere around there would be about right. The 46mpg i mentioned is my long term average and the since refuel figures tends to be around the same.

    On a commute to work which is 25 miles on flowing a road and a 2 mile stretch of dual carriageway I've looked at the since start fuel consumption and seen it at over 62mpg before I've gone on the dual section. Can't complain at that from the little petrol lump.

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