Nobody got one yet?
To be fair, long term tests on the Prius is 59 MPG, this is a larger, more brick shaped vehicle so will give less MPG. Plus new engines require a few thousand miles to loosen up and give best MPG.crzcrz said:We are driving our C-HR since late December and our average fuel consumption is around 5.0-5.2 l per 100 km in a mixed city/highway cycle. The climate is set to 19.5 degrees and the airco is occasionally on.
This is not too bad, but still significantly more than the advertised value of 3-4 l per 100 km.
My trip computer and brim to brim calculations reveal a 10% difference!MarkyMUK said:59.7mpg over the 1060 miles traveled in the last 13 days according to the trip computer
59.1 according to fuel used, I've not had a trip comp register any less than 4% over in any car I've driven, so a 1% variance is quite amazing. Supermarket fuel with Millers ecomax added.
From what has been said on this thread, economy improves, well certainly the battery strength and duration does in addition with the adaptation in driving style. So perhap my next 1000 miles will see me get into 60+MPG