Ok this is for MPG in the 1.0 TSI Ecomotive 115 PS 6-speed manual. What do you get?
Hi Sam could you stick your vote in so we have it recorded. CheersSamW said:Long term shows 38.1 after 4k miles although settings went to zero when car went back to dealer at 2k miles. I am convinced mpg figure should improve as gradualy getting better mpg between fill ups. Also helped by removing roof bars & bike racks, which didn't seem to make much difference with last car. I drive extremely economically on mixed roads, so overall bit disappointed . Can get mid 40's driving carefully on A roads.
I presume saintly is at 70? If I drive at 80+ or dodge in and out of lanes I will sink to closer to 30 or 35mpg. It's not really the engine for economy on motorways. You many miles have you done? I would say mine is run in now at 3000 miles and having had it for 6 months.Supacook2k said:I'm quite surprised how poor my mpg is. Driving on roads up to 40 mph i can get around 40mpg. When on the motorway and driving like a saint I've never achieved over 40mpg and regularly get around 35mpg. My motorway journeys are often 10 miles at a time. However ive done a few 40 mile journeys with 35 of that on the motorway and still didn't get over 40mpg. Tried with and without cruise control.
Thanks Taffy I will give it a go. Was it the standard Synergy Unleaded (95 octane) or the Synergy Supreme+ Unleaded (97 octane) that you used? I have tried the coop' s premium unleaded but didn't notice any difference. I usually just get Asda standard petrol and currently getting 39.5mpg :roll: I might have to wait to try this though as my son is picking up his 2015 Seat Leon ST FR from my dealer on Monday/Tuesday who has promised to fill my tank with being a returning customerTaffy2 said:Kindness, as you have the 1.4 engine like myself maybe you could try this out and let me know if you see an improvement in mpg. Since taking delivery always refuelled at supermarket pump, and on average have been getting about 42-44 to the gallon, but yesterday had to use an Esso garage and just on a small run home (5 miles or so) got between 49 to 53 mpg. Have heard that supermarket petrol not the same quality, but nearly 10mpg difference ?.