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How Many Miles Do You Get From A Full Tank Of Fuel.

How many miles a tank. please reply with engine specs   132 members have voted

  1. 1. How Many Miles Are You Getting From A Full Tank Of Fuel

    • 300 Miles (Petrol)
    • 325 Miles (Petrol)
    • 350 Miles (Petrol)
    • 375 Miles (Petrol)
    • 400 Miles Plus (Petrol)
    • Not a petrol owner
  2. 2. Diesel Owners Question

    • 375 Miles (Diesel)
    • 400 Miles (Diesel)
    • 425 Miles (Diesel)
    • 450 Miles (Diesel)
    • 475 Miles Plus (Diesel)
    • Not a diesel owner

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fiesta 2011 zetec 1.25 petrol ,

just gone from cardiff to liverpool and back on a full tank

approx 350 miles on a £48 tank

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1998 Fiesta Zetec 1.25

Around 325 miles from a full tank. Although I can never tell exactly when the tank is empty on my gauge

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Anyone noticed a drop in mpg now that it is a lot cooler than the figures that were quoted for june and july.....???

And

Has anyone Ecoboost or Diesel had a software update on their 2013 models and noticed better mpg than before the update or 'worse'....

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673.8 miles per tank Focus 1.6TDCi 125bhp 50ltr Diesel no egr no dpf

397.6 miles per tank Levin BZR 1.6 VT-I 175bhp 50ltr Petrol no turbo

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Question if I get 25 lol , but who gives a !Removed! !!!, ford capri 2.9 cosworth

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Still driving in ST mode and get 380ish / 42 ish mpg from my 1.0 ecoboost :) completely full > completely empty ;) with 41.5 liter fill ups.

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Question if I get 25 lol , but who gives a !Removed! !!!, ford capri 2.9 cosworth

At 25 miles per tank I'd say your driving it like it should be driven ;)

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Getting around 420 miles to a tank which equates to around 48mpg, car has done about 1450 miles now.

Haven't seen the mpg below 44 since I've had it though

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I notice there is no option for below 300 here :lol:

With my ST I normally get between 240 and 280 a tank with Shell V Power. I reckon I can stretch it out to around 300 on a nice run though. Can just about scrape the ST into low 30's mpg on a steady motorway cruise :)

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2011, 1.25

MPG has never gone above 43.9 takes £50 to fill tank, when i fill it it says range is 320 miles, but i actually get 280 miles from full tank.

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+/- 420-440 Miles per tank, 45 l petrol (43 usually) 1.6 ST GTDI.

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Car only 500 miles old but getting 46mpg/400 miles from a tank ;-)

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410 Miles on the ST and then I bottled it, when I filled up could only put 40 litres in until it clicked, this time I'm aiming for 430.

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1.5 TDCI Computer reckons it's doing 55 MPG, most I've ever braved is 421 Miles on a tank don't think that's too bad!

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2013 zetec s

260 around town

360 motorway is the most I've ever got

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How big is everyone's tank, Ford dealer said 42 litres, book says 56 but the most u can put in 51.

Here's today before I filled up and had 3 people crash into me. Cpu said I had 12 miles left. You guys need to learn to drive better. post-47848-139672524615_thumb.jpg

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I thought normal fiesta was 42 and ST 48?

just before the red I put 35 that was first click, but I have only had mine a couple of weeks and that was Tesco's 99 Momentum whether that will make much difference. Seems not as good as the normal BP I had in the time before??

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I thought normal fiesta was 42 and ST 48?

just before the red I put 35 that was first click, but I have only had mine a couple of weeks and that was Tesco's 99 Momentum whether that will make much difference. Seems not as good as the normal BP I had in the time before??

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The ST wouldn't be more than the "Normal" Fiesta

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March 2014 brochure:

Petrol 42

Diesel 40.5

ST 48

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I use the Shell garage just up the road from me (currently 130.9 for petrol) and as yet I haven't filled the ST. When I filled the ZS, it cost me approx. £55. So on the basis of the aforementioned tank capacities, it should cost me approx £65 to fill the ST.

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I use the Shell garage just up the road from me (currently 130.9 for petrol) and as yet I haven't filled the ST. When I filled the ZS, it cost me approx. £55. So on the basis of the aforementioned tank capacities, it should cost me approx £65 to fill the ST.

Hail Tesco, I recently had 20p per litre and got it at 1.06L good times. Haven't had it that cheap for about 5 years.just over 50 for a full tank plus a few clicks.

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On a full tank in my Fiesta 1.0 100HP i do around 700-750km on a full tank.

Acceptable.

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