Decuma Grey C-HR

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AndyRC
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Decuma Grey C-HR

Post by AndyRC » Tue Jul 13, 2021 4:50 pm

Collected the wife’s new car yesterday, a 2021 C-HR 2.0L Excel in Decuma Grey. This will largely be used by her for business use which will be 15-20k miles a year. The electric seats in the Excel and slightly softer ride won it over the GR Sport , and the car was in the U.K. rather than a factory order. As it’s going to see plenty of miles we will be keeping a keen eye on MPG and if we average 50 MPG over those mileages we will be happy. The 2.0L drivetrain feels very smooth and relaxed with enough power when required. I wasn’t sure about the dark chrome alloys but having got the car they look very nice.

Hoping to report back on long term MPG in due course but initial impressions are all positive.

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CH-R Blue
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Re: Decuma Grey C-HR

Post by CH-R Blue » Thu Jul 15, 2021 8:28 pm

Nice!
I will have had mine 2 years next month ... It has done 7,000 miles. It hasn't done any long journeys as such. Still working from home it goes out for a run twice a week. I don't hammer it. Did a 30 mile trip yesterday, part motorway and part country lanes. 70.9 mpg, - according to the trip meter anyway (Also I'm a 1.8). It has averaged in the 60's over the course of the two years. Always does considerably better in the summer months. It's as though the MPG drops when the temperature hits a certain level, even when you don't use the heater etc.

ColinB
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Re: Decuma Grey C-HR

Post by ColinB » Thu Jul 15, 2021 9:55 pm

My 2.0l does 45mpg purely on short journeys, longer ones gives anywhere between low 50s and, on a recent run with a mixture of traffic and A roads, >65mpg. I'm happy with these figures which are 10-15mpg better than my previous 1.2l Nissan Pulsar.

Keiff
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Re: Decuma Grey C-HR

Post by Keiff » Sat Jul 17, 2021 7:43 am

I’ve got the 2.0 L excel, had it just over 10 months and covered 7400 miles.
I’m averaging 52 mpg.
Excel 2.0L 2020, pure white.

AndyRC
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Re: Decuma Grey C-HR

Post by AndyRC » Thu Jul 22, 2021 7:52 am

We brimmed the tank when we got the car and have just gone through the first tank of fuel , the fuel light came on so I filled up straight away. What came as a (pleasant) surprise was I could only get 34 litres in , which on a 43 litre tank (according to the handbook) is 9 litres on reserve , is this what other folk find? As for fuel consumption the on board computer was saying 57.1 mpg over a mix of motorway , hilly cross country and local around town stuff. When I calculated it came out at 58.4 mpg which is the first time I’ve had a car return better figures than the on board computer. So far we’re very pleased with the car in every way.

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