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Okay all. I've got my 24 hour test drive tomorrow in a 1.2 110 I believe. I was actually hoping to drive the 82 one to see how that drove but never mind. My question is how many miles per gallon do you get in all the engines in real world driving? Thanks in advance.
 

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Think I'm getting 44mpg from my 1.2 82bhp, but that's mainly local 20-30, some 40 zones.
Not tried it on any long drives yet, where I suspect motorway driving will be considerably better
 

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Only done @ 600 miles (15k on the display) in our 110 petrol & we are showing 42 mpg - mostly town driving.

Four steady 20 mile runs in one day on 50 mph limit A roads was at 53 mpg.
 

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Not trying to save the planet ;)
 

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I have the 82bhp done about 7k in it now, trips are mostly short stuff but not a lot of traffic so no stop start stuff do have the occasional longer run though.

When I first got it I was averaging about 46mpg this has steadily increased to about 53mpg at the moment, no difference in the trips we have taken so assume it is because the engine has loosened up a bit.
 

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JohnC said:
I have the 82bhp done about 7k in it now, trips are mostly short stuff but not a lot of traffic so no stop start stuff do have the occasional longer run though.

When I first got it I was averaging about 46mpg this has steadily increased to about 53mpg at the moment, no difference in the trips we have taken so assume it is because the engine has loosened up a bit.
Yes we did notice the MPG seemed to increase a bit with use
 
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