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 RichardT » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:46 pm

My C-HR has now done 1350 miles and has returned 38.5 mpg (imperial). Usage is about 70% motorway/dual carriageway and 30% urban. I've not used sport or eco modes yet.

My previous car was an Audi A3 1.4TFSI 140 hp C.O.D., which returned 46.3 mpg despite being much quicker :D


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

Post by holyhead » Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:57 pm

RichardT wrote:
Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:46 pm
My previous car was an Audi A3 1.4TFSI 140 hp C.O.D., which returned 46.3 mpg despite being much quicker :D
Seems logical with the C.O.D (Cylinder On Demand system).
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by BadWhippet » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:31 pm

I have the 1.2T manual and am averaging 36-38 mpg, but I drive it mostly in 'SPORT' mode and on major roads. My previous car was a Hyundai sports coupe 2.0 (lasted 17 years!) which managed about 34 mpg. I feel as though I buy a lot more petrol with the C-HR, but I think it just has a tiny tank. I could cram £55 petrol into the Hyundai, but only about £35-40 in the C-HR.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Leensen.nl » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:30 pm

Manual
It depends. It varies from 6,5 to 7,5 liter/100km
This is the calculated consumption after refueling which is not the same as what the boardcomputer want me to believe ;)


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

Post by SpaceCoyote » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:27 am

41.2 MPG long term average over 4,712 miles. I use fuelly.com BTW - that's why it's so accurate.

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

Post by smartiepants » Mon Feb 26, 2018 5:35 pm

I was looking at hybrid all the way until I compared real life mpg, low 50s average for hybrid against low 40s in 1.2 turbo I'm thinking the extra cost is not worth it, I get 45 in my Honda crz hybrid


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

Post by Solent » Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:24 pm

According to the respected Honest John website yesterday, Real MPG figures for the C-HR are as follows:

1.2T Manual = 35.7 mpg

1.2T CVT = 39.1 mpg

1.8 Hybrid = 56.3 mpg

https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/toyota/c-hr-2016
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by BadWhippet » Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:58 am

Now I've had my 1.2T manual for a few months, I'm finding my average has gone UP! Most of my driving is distance-driving across primary 50-70mph routes, and I land between 39-40 mpg (measured to date across 3000+ miles), which is better than I expected. I also only drive it in SPORT mode (haven't tried ECO much because I'm not a fan of the slow responses that gives), so it might be possible to do even better with it if I chose to.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by johnan » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:05 am

My 1.2 T manual gives about 42mpg on average in non motorway use, mainly around town. Using normal mode only, sport mode is a bit too frisky in town!
My last car, a Mini Cooper gave the same so I am happy with that. The chr is a big car in comparison and much more refined and solidly built, and quiet too.
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Re: MPG for those that have a 1.2T M/CVT

Post by Overexposed » Tue Dec 18, 2018 6:05 pm

I didn’t see this topic so I started a new one with the same subject. I now write my thoughts here.

I own the car for about a month (2200km) and I would like some other opinions-measurements on the 1.2 turbo manual fuel consumption and behavior in general.

I measure the consumption from fill up to fill up and I started with 8,5lt/100km and I am now to an average of 10lt/100km...I use normal mode... Whenever I used eco mode I didnt see much improvement and the driving experience was not that good. I like the sport mode and have achieved some very good results but it’s not for everyday use. I usually drive the car in Athens medium to heavy traffic to go to work.

From my experience I see that the car is capable of very good consumption when the road is slightly downhill (I once achieved 4,9lt/100km) but not that good going slightly uphill. It’s probably the weight too.

Another thing I noticed is that when I start from stop everytime I get an instant 30lt/100km measure that then goes down but it affects the average... Is that true? Is that normal? Do you experience that too? I also sometimes see the consumption grow instantly when stopped in neutral.

I am very careful with the pedal cause I am still trying to understand how the car behaves.

Does the weather play a role in fuel consumption too?
What about IMT or hold button? Do they have an impact?

I would say that the 1.2 turbo is certainly not economical for my daily ride but not that bad if you compare it with big cars. It also seems quite economical with careful driving in other trips around town (more relaxed with not that much traffic and start-stop).
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