MPG - for those of you who have the Hybrid

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Gregoriou
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Re: MPG - for those of you who have the Hybrid

Post by Gregoriou » Tue Jul 09, 2019 6:46 pm

I nearly got it to 65MPG nd it went back down to 64. I dont know how any one can get higher, but it does depend on the roads as well as your driving,.

I can easily get that screen with 99.9MPG but that is not the true MPG. Even on my C class mercedes hybrid I could get it to show 99.9MPG, but in reality it would get closer to 30MPG from the advertised 124MPG


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Re: MPG - for those of you who have the Hybrid

Post by Trueyorky » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:34 pm

MPG - the first 7 days.
I have just covered 940 miles at 65.5 mpg based on actual fuel usage between brim to brim full tanks. Pretty impressive as this was a mix of everything - motorways, traffic jams!!, hills, towns etc.,
On my last run I was nearly home when my fuel light came on so went straight to fill up but could only squeeze 36 litres in so there must be 7 litres held in reserve.
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Re: MPG - for those of you who have the Hybrid

Post by kelvin66 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:32 am

Yeah, when it says the range is zero you still have at least 50 miles in reserve in the tank. I always look to fill up as soon as I hit the zero range and get about 480 miles out of a tank, this time of the year.
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Re: MPG - for those of you who have the Hybrid

Post by Dave D » Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:14 pm

kelvin66 wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:32 am
Yeah, when it says the range is zero you still have at least 50 miles in reserve in the tank. I always look to fill up as soon as I hit the zero range and get about 480 miles out of a tank, this time of the year.
Just topped up the tank, display shows 547 mls, so by your reckoning I should get 597mls before tank is empty.

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Re: MPG - for those of you who have the Hybrid

Post by Karmalakas » Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:02 pm

Dave D wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:14 pm
Just topped up the tank, display shows 547 mls, so by your reckoning I should get 597mls before tank is empty. 20190712_145146-1.jpg
Nope :) He says you should get ~50 after you hit 0. There's no way you'll get 547 even if car shows so ;)
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Average MPG for Hybrid Owners

Post by AndrewBlanch » Mon Sep 02, 2019 3:45 pm

Just posted my best ever Average MPG over a Full Tank for a Hybrid (Full to Empty). What MPG are other Hybrid drivers achieving?

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Re: Average MPG for Hybrid Owners

Post by nigelhj » Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:04 pm

Hi Andrew, I usually achieve around that figure also however, the readings you get on fuel consumption is not accurate, the only way to really find out is to fill tank to tank then work out the average, i.e. divide fuel by mileage. I did this not long after reading a post on fuel consumption here and found that the MPG displayed on screen was actually higher than the actual fuel consumed

Of course in the winter months fuel consumption figures will drop but by how much I am yet to experience.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Average MPG for Hybrid Owners

Post by BenD » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:07 pm

74 !!! not a chance ,
11000 miles now on car , Have changed to eco mode to , with a easy right foot mixed driving 65 66 mpg ,trying hard to get this
Heavier right foot may be some motorway 70 mph or big more town driving to bit mixed in all 55mpg to 57mpg .
120km on motorway to dublin May be bit more opps , 48mpg .
to get over 70mpg must be a lot of easy driving allow alot of flat road doesn't help mpg ,


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Re: Average MPG for Hybrid Owners

Post by AndrewBlanch » Tue Sep 03, 2019 9:22 am

This trip was achieved on mixed roads including motorway, although if you limit the speed on the motorway to 65 better results can be achieved than going at 70mph and to be honest you still arrive at the same time. I also have 11000 on my CHR and chose my journey to avoid motorway as much as possible therefore using the battery more. I also have a very light right foot which helps. There was also a mixture of gradient involved going up and down hills which helps build the battery pack up. Combine this with Hybrid Assistant and these results are possible. I always get into the 70's and also do this without annoying other drivers.


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Re: Average MPG for Hybrid Owners

Post by asinrute » Tue Sep 03, 2019 2:11 pm

33,000 miles every mile since new recorded, one 40 mpg trip, in France at 140 kph for several hundred kilometers into a head wind

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