82 vs 110

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82 vs 110

Post by tfaerch » Wed Apr 12, 2017 8:24 am

Going for a used petrol Cactus, but are not shure wich one to buy.

82: More simple, a bit vague.
110: Powerfull, but consumption?

Prices are almost the same despite a huge difference in prices when new (4.000 £), but one of the reasone we are going for Cactus, is the fuel consumption.
And I'm afraid that my whife never will come near 30 MPG.

82 or 110?
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Bewar3them00n » Wed Apr 12, 2017 8:40 am

I think the 110 is more fuel efficient, has more grunt, I wish I'd got the 110!
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by berapotter » Wed Apr 12, 2017 8:58 am

I ain't saying which is best but;

My 110 has averaged 45.5 mpg over 4900 miles. That everything from holidays to commute to work (1mile). Realistically 41-42 mpg local. Depends how hard you mash the pedal into the carpet.
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by eriqq1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:17 am

Would not really say the consumption is going to be any different. 82 is what I have and it is okay, but with 4 ppl on board, it feels some extra power would come in handy.
I would welcome swapping my 82 in exchange for a higher probability of future engine failure/service costs (turbo etc..)
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Jukebox » Wed Apr 12, 2017 10:05 am

how can someone who likes 2CVs worry about the power of an 82?
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Cactus4us » Wed Apr 12, 2017 10:30 am

12,000+ miles 39mpg. Very heavy right foot :D
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Angus » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:55 am

Changed from an 82 ETG to a 110. Would not go back. Not worried about speed. The 110 is smoother and quieter (slightly) and much better during slow speed manoeuvring. MPG for me is identical.
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by The2ems » Wed Apr 12, 2017 12:14 pm

I have the 82. After 17,000 miles I averaging 49.8 Most of that is local. I'm quite happy with that. But if the 110 does the same, maybe I will go for that when I change.
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by cactusjack » Wed Apr 12, 2017 12:37 pm

Hi, I tested an 82 and ordered a 110, my fuel consumption has been right up to just over 62 mpg right down to 45 ish mpg my overall consumption since bought is 52 mpg. After the test drive in the 82 all I can say is 110 all day every day.
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Vacuman » Wed Apr 12, 2017 10:46 pm

My company Cactus was a 110. When I left I bought (in haste) a replacement based on price and condition. Everything was right except it was an 82.

95% of the time it makes no difference, fuel consumption is a little worse on the 82 (ave 42-44 rather than 44-48 for same journeys). But when you need to move quickly (overtaking for example) those missing horses are noticed.


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