MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by MADemara » Fri May 19, 2017 4:51 am

My ch-r 1,2 cvt also have aroun 7.1 7.2 .....70 % ciy 30 % highway


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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Herman » Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:15 pm

Base on my first test it looks that this engine is very impresive as well with manual transmision, why?
- high torq from low rev.
- no visible turbo lag
- no need speed up to high rev.
- no need acceleration press to start, nice in trafic jam
- external cooling pass for turbo, no need extra care about stop process
- iMT works fine but for advance user is no need
- low rev. give us low petrol consumption
- in case CVT eg. 100km/h has additional lower rev. so more efective cruse

I need more test but average (mix) can meet much below 6.5l/100km
So that buy hybrid has no sens base on ROI.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Andries » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:19 pm

Today I filled up; 6,55 l/100 km (1 liter 15,3 km)
(1.2T CVT)
Overall consumption, see my signature.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Herman » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:28 pm

Nice score and congratulation.
Soon I add new topic with calculation that HSD ROI is about 180k km. So green car isn't green & it's strong marketing any way.
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Post by Chris » Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:00 pm

I used to have around 7L/100km driving mainly in city for 30km per day and on weekends on highway for around 100km so was dropping around 6.8L/100km.
Now i moved more inside the city, daily im driving for only 10km, no weekends on highway, and my total average speed is 25km/h as my dashboard says. My consumpion jumped at 7.9L/100km !!
Why that ? Im driving mostly with eco indicator on. Should i had bought the hybrid ? :roll: i bought the 1.2T because i thought is more fun and more alive and sporty than hybrid (maybe im wrong?).
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Re: Update

Post by Karmalakas » Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:53 pm

Chris wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:00 pm
I used to have around 7L/100km driving mainly in city for 30km per day and on weekends on highway for around 100km so was dropping around 6.8L/100km.
Now i moved more inside the city, daily im driving for only 10km, no weekends on highway, and my total average speed is 25km/h as my dashboard says. My consumpion jumped at 7.9L/100km !!
Why that ? Im driving mostly with eco indicator on. Should i had bought the hybrid ?
Hybrid wouldn't be much better. It's cold outside and even HSD keeps engine running until it reaches some temperature. Consumption went up, because you're driving shorter distances and spend more time in traffic compared to previous rides. And of course:
Chris wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:00 pm
is more fun and more alive and sporty

How do you expect more sporty be more efficient? :)
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Re: Update

Post by Chris » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:23 pm

Karmalakas wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:53 pm
Chris wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:00 pm
I used to have around 7L/100km driving mainly in city for 30km per day and on weekends on highway for around 100km so was dropping around 6.8L/100km.
Now i moved more inside the city, daily im driving for only 10km, no weekends on highway, and my total average speed is 25km/h as my dashboard says. My consumpion jumped at 7.9L/100km !!
Why that ? Im driving mostly with eco indicator on. Should i had bought the hybrid ?
Hybrid wouldn't be much better. It's cold outside and even HSD keeps engine running until it reaches some temperature. Consumption went up, because you're driving shorter distances and spend more time in traffic compared to previous rides. And of course:
Chris wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:00 pm
is more fun and more alive and sporty

How do you expect more sporty be more efficient? :)
Haha thats right yes, but i never drove the hybrid before to know so i made an assumption, although if there is an actual difference in drive and 1.2T is more sporty i can always sacrifice the drive experience for some fuel consumption 8-)
I was thinking also that is because of shorter distance and lower speed that the consumption seems higher, i just scared if in the end was a bad choice the 1.2T instead of hybrid. :roll:
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Re: Update

Post by Flood » Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:24 pm

Chris wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:00 pm
I used to have around 7L/100km driving mainly in city for 30km per day and on weekends on highway for around 100km so was dropping around 6.8L/100km.
Now i moved more inside the city, daily im driving for only 10km, no weekends on highway, and my total average speed is 25km/h as my dashboard says. My consumpion jumped at 7.9L/100km !!
Why that ? Im driving mostly with eco indicator on. Should i had bought the hybrid ? :roll: i bought the 1.2T because i thought is more fun and more alive and sporty than hybrid (maybe im wrong?).
My 1.2 cvt consumption is around 8.4L/100km. I now mainly do citydriving with almost always short drives .Not so happy with that consumption. I set it to eco mode a few weeks ago but don't notice much difference.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Karmalakas » Thu Feb 08, 2018 8:29 pm

It was already discussed a lot - for city only HSD and for long pleasure rides 1.2T. It's no wonder consumption is high in a city. Especially for short rides.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Chris » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:11 am

@Flood eco mode does not doing anything to be honest, is more sluggish, only with sport mode u feel difference.

@Karmalakas i agree with you, just didnt expect so high consumption, Toyota says combined 6.3L/100km and urban 7.6L/100km, to go 8.4L/100km like Flood said is high, and is like my previous modified car 1.4tsi 230hp. Anyway no complains :D
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