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Mk3 1.6 Tdci - Real World Economy Figures?


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Hi guys,

Looking to get a mark 3 1.6 cdci, Zebec.

Just curious what are the mpg expectations driving in the 'real world'.

I will be doing approx 40 miles each way to work, mostly fast A road and then B road villages.

Thanks in advance.

Neil.

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I have a MK3 1.6 TCDI, and commute a similar distance. With regular driving (I.e. not particularly gentle/economical), I get 53-55 MPG. That has dipped to 50-51 since the freezing temperatures though.

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hi,,, 1.6 tdci econetic on a trip to my friends and back driving out the city then B roads and back which is roughly 35 mile round trip, i always get around 60 to 65 depending on the traffic as i leave and re enter the city.

On the B roads there alone i got 74mpg once on a 15 ish mile trip to his house, my mate is Scottish and travels quite a bit and monitors his milage, when i showed him the 74 i thought he was going to cry. :)

Driving around the city its anywhere between 48-58 depending on trafic and the lights and how i drive.

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Most owners on the real world mpg site state 40-50 mixed 50 up motorway so ide say you're doing pretty well with you're mpg for me ide use good diesel not the supermarket rubbish which will help

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Thanks for the feedback guys, so can expect around 50mpg average, maybe a little more if driven carefully or road conditions are suitable.

Thanks, Neil.

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