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

    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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    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" 23rd May 2011

    Can't be bothered

    2001 Audi A3 1.9 TDI gives me around 75 miles for £10.

    1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 miles
    Mainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.
    Edited by: "Carley" 23rd May 2011

    600cc scooter is 110 miles. 2002
    1.4 fiesta 40 miles. 2001
    1.4 fusion diesel 100 miles,2003

    Edited by: "garbage456" 23rd May 2011

    Never fill up with anything less than £30 usually.

    none....my car runs on petrol, money just clogs it up.. hahahahahahahahahahahahaha oO
    Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 23rd May 2011

    2006 Renault Clio 1.2 Campus Sport
    Get around 70 - 80 miles for £10 mainly town driving & B roads.

    '05 Mini One D 1.4L 100 miles, mostly A-roads with some town / motorway driving

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    125cc motor bike 160 miles

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    £60 to fill up... 600+ miles... 100 miles off a tenner then? 1.8 TDCI focus

    I have a freelander...I don't get far at all, I'd probs get 1 trip to work and maybe 4 school runs

    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.

    1999 1.8 16v astra 60-70 miles oO (not a standard engine anyways :P)

    1.6 Citroen Saxo, I get around 70 miles

    old shape nissan micra - 1litre - local driving = 60 miles

    ford galaxy - 2.3 litre auto - local driving = 30 miles

    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

    Adam2050

    I get about 60-75 depends on how aggressive I am or if I drive it like a … 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.

    (Though you'll have the last laugh as that's twice the mileage i get X) )

    i didn't realise diesel engines made such a big difference in local driving, i think my next car is gonna be a diesel!

    r4ge

    i didn't realise diesel engines made such a big difference in local … 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.

    joeymcjoe

    Never fill up with anything less than £30 usually.



    divide it into 3 then lol

    just for the record my old 3 litre vauxhall omega was 24 miles on £10

    @R4ge
    You only really notice the difference between diesel and petrol whilst motorway driving, town driving is roughly the same

    1.0 Yaris Petrol engine 05 plate ....100 miles

    1.2 Clio ( 56 ) getting about 40mpg at the minute ... so about 65 miles ish ... i think !

    r4ge

    i didn't realise diesel engines made such a big difference in local … 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.

    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

    Carley

    1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 milesMainly 40/60 A/B roads with no … 1.0 2008 Citreon C1 around 100 milesMainly 40/60 A/B roads with no traffic.


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

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    Not much - I ride a bike.

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    boabbyrab

    @R4geYou only really notice the difference between diesel and petrol … @R4geYou 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

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



    How much is your tax a year?

    lumoruk

    How much is your tax a year?



    Mine's £30 / year ... gotta love a diesel lol - cheap but powerful !

    lumoruk

    How much is your tax a year?



    I've got a C1 too, tax is £20 a year.

    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.

    Alfa Romeo Giulietta (2 litre petrol) - around 80 miles I think, but I only drive on the motorway!

    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

    140 miles £10 filled up yesterday on my skoda fabia

    With the price of Petrol these days mine runs on Vegetable Oil.

    About 45 miles from £10 - Freelander 2 HSE 2.2 TD4

    how many litres of vegetable oil can u get for a tenner

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