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If you put in £10 how many miles do you get from your car?

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Right so post model of car, what year (more if you want engine size etc), and how many miles you get in todays £10 fill up and say what type of journey you make for that, motorway / town driving or both.
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Citroen Picasso 2001 2.0L diesel, get about 50-55 miles for £10, mainly town driving - I don't drive as 'calmly' as I could, though, so would be interested to see what others are getting :)

Edited By: Mrs.Z on May 23, 2011 18:09
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#3
2001 Audi A3 1.9 TDI gives me around 75 miles for £10.
#4
1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 miles
Mainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.

Edited By: Carley on May 23, 2011 18:17
#5
600cc scooter is 110 miles. 2002
1.4 fiesta 40 miles. 2001
1.4 fusion diesel 100 miles,2003


Edited By: garbage456 on May 23, 2011 18:39
#6
Never fill up with anything less than £30 usually.
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none....my car runs on petrol, money just clogs it up.. hahahahahahahahahahahahaha oO

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on May 23, 2011 18:42
#8
2006 Renault Clio 1.2 Campus Sport
Get around 70 - 80 miles for £10 mainly town driving & B roads.
#9
'05 Mini One D 1.4L 100 miles, mostly A-roads with some town / motorway driving
banned#10
125cc motor bike 160 miles
banned#11
£60 to fill up... 600+ miles... 100 miles off a tenner then? 1.8 TDCI focus
#12
I have a freelander...I don't get far at all, I'd probs get 1 trip to work and maybe 4 school runs
#13
I get about 60-75 depends on how aggressive I am or if I drive it like a granny. Just bought it 1.3 Yaris SR. About the same as me Pug 306.

You can all laugh now.
#14
1999 1.8 16v astra 60-70 miles oO (not a standard engine anyways :P)
#15
1.6 Citroen Saxo, I get around 70 miles
#16
old shape nissan micra - 1litre - local driving = 60 miles

ford galaxy - 2.3 litre auto - local driving = 30 miles :(
#17
2010 Renault Megane 1.5 DCi - get about 90+ miles per £10 fuel ... that's around town, lots of stopping & starting .... on a run get about 120+ ish
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Adam2050
I get about 60-75 depends on how aggressive I am or if I drive it like a granny. Just bought it 1.3 Yaris SR. About the same as me Pug 306.

You can all laugh now.


Not as much as i did at the pic of it on facebook Grandma. ;):p

(Though you'll have the last laugh as that's twice the mileage i get X) )
#19
i didn't realise diesel engines made such a big difference in local driving, i think my next car is gonna be a diesel!
#20
r4ge
i didn't realise diesel engines made such a big difference in local driving, i think my next car is gonna be a diesel!


Usually don't because they have to warm up.
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joeymcjoe
Never fill up with anything less than £30 usually.


divide it into 3 then lol
#22
just for the record my old 3 litre vauxhall omega was 24 miles on £10
#23
@R4ge
You only really notice the difference between diesel and petrol whilst motorway driving, town driving is roughly the same
#24
1.0 Yaris Petrol engine 05 plate ....100 miles
#25
1.2 Clio ( 56 ) getting about 40mpg at the minute ... so about 65 miles ish ... i think !
#26
r4ge
i didn't realise diesel engines made such a big difference in local driving, i think my next car is gonna be a diesel!


My diesel is better around town than my previous petrol version of the same car - though it is a new model so that may have some bearing on it, but if you do a decent amount of mileage then a diesel is definitely worth looking at.
#27
I've always had diesel in the past, apart from my first car, and my current car, find the diesel are much better, i will going back to diesel
#28
Carley
1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 miles
Mainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.
Same car as me :) 998cc engine haha gotta love the cheapness!
banned#29
Not much - I ride a bike.
banned#30
boabbyrab
@R4ge
You only really notice the difference between diesel and petrol whilst motorway driving, town driving is roughly the same
just got a diesel with MPD showing 54mpg on motorway at 70mph. Around town is 80mpg its the stop starting that kills it. My petrol has done 48mpg at 50mph with a kayak on the roof.
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tigger462
Carley
1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 miles
Mainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.
Same car as me :) 998cc engine haha gotta love the cheapness!

How much is your tax a year?
#32
lumoruk
tigger462
Carley
1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 miles
Mainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.

Same car as me :) 998cc engine haha gotta love the cheapness!


How much is your tax a year?


Mine's £30 / year ... gotta love a diesel lol - cheap but powerful :D !
#33
lumoruk
tigger462
Carley
1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 miles
Mainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.

Same car as me :) 998cc engine haha gotta love the cheapness!


How much is your tax a year?


I've got a C1 too, tax is £20 a year.
#34
I've got a BMW 320d 2006 and £10 of diesel gets me about 50-60 miles if on local roads or about 90 miles if motorway driving.
#35
Alfa Romeo Giulietta (2 litre petrol) - around 80 miles I think, but I only drive on the motorway!
#36
Nissan X-trail 2.5 litre petrol Auto 4X4, does about 75-80 miles on a tenner, mixed driving. Converted to run on LPG at 66p/litre I can run it for around the same cost as a Nissan Micra :D
#37
140 miles £10 filled up yesterday on my skoda fabia
1 Like #38
With the price of Petrol these days mine runs on Vegetable Oil.
#39
About 45 miles from £10 - Freelander 2 HSE 2.2 TD4
#40
how many litres of vegetable oil can u get for a tenner

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