Ultrasonic wrote: »
What always confuses me about the standardised mpg tests is that they don't appear to include the effect of wind resistance, do they?
jeferey wrote: »
Brim to brim calculations are the most accurate way to measure mpg.
clangnuts is right - I drove over 700 miles on a tank once last year, low fuel light came on, did another 50 miles , indicated range dropped to 0, did another 15 miles, finally got some diesel (previous garage was empty!) and I still had 3 litres left in the tank. Wouldn't recommend it though :eek:
HappyMJ wrote: »
I've spent 3 weeks driving a brand new 2012 Kia Picanto 2 Ecodynamics 1.25L car. Supposed to be 65mpg. So far £40 of fuel has been put into the car and has travelled 300 miles with a mix of urban and non-urban and now on empty. Average price paid £1.40 per litre. By my calculation I think that's around 43mpg.
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