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cookestar14

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  1. One more thing to point out, this is the first ford I've ever owned and I have noticed that driving at 30mph feels very slow, the trip computer shows poor mpg but when I put petrol in it seems to last a lot longer than any other car I've had. I had a fiat punto evo 1.4 16v for my last car and that was very good on fuel. The same trip from hull to Manchester in that was averaging 52mpg but it cost me less petrol in the focus only getting 37mpg. Has anyone else noticed this or is it just me lol think my trip computer was made on a Friday bank holiday weekend hahaha CookeStar
  2. I went from hull to Manchester yesterday and sat at 75-80 there and back with the air con on and got 37mpg! My friend who was with us has a seat Leon Cupra R 1.8T 225bhp same speed and air con on got 39mpg! How the hell can ford say you get 60+ mpg on the motorway! My car has 26k on the clock and doesn't make it any different from a brand new focus IMO. I love this car too much I'm not bothered about the mpg for my next one I'm going for the st as fuel consumption won't be much difference at all only on paper! CookeStar
  3. I heard the bluefin upgrade does improve the fuel consumption, I'm in two minds whether to get it or not. Also a k&n airfilter improves fuel consumption and a little more power :) sound a little better too! CookeStar
  4. I did a motorway run yesterday 120 mile round trip and got 58mpg doing a little over 70 we'll pleased with it! I'm getting low 30's round town so not so good! I honestly think overall the focus st would be more economical! CookeStar
  5. Thanks for the reply mate! Can relax now haha CookeStar
  6. Thanks mate CookeStar
  7. Thought that's what it might be! Thanks for your help much appreciated CookeStar
  8. Thanks for the reply, it's a focus 1.0 ecoboost 100bhp if this helps? CookeStar
  9. Hi all I'm new to all this and was wondering if someone could help. I recently bought a 2013 focus 1.0 ecoboost and noticed that it only revs to 4000rpm when parked? It revs fine when driving just wondered if this is normal or is it a problem? Thanks
  10. Hi all I'm new to all this and was wondering if someone could help. I recently bought a 2013 focus 1.0 ecoboost and noticed that it only revs to 4000rpm when parked? It revs fine when driving just wondered if this is normal or is it a problem? Thanks
  11. Welcome to the Ford forums cookestar14 :)

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