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My civic 1.5 sport is one and a half years old. What kind of m.p.g. should i be getting around town, my info is showing 34mpg, is this about right. Blair Thomson.
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My civic 1.5 sport is one and a half years old. What kind of m.p.g. should i be getting around town, my info is showing 34mpg, is this about right. Blair Thomson.
What's your driving style?

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It's pretty normal. I get around 38mpg with mixed driving, around town + short highway trips.
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Style I would say a normal town driver not a foot down heavy braking type.
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You mentioned highway so by that I presume you are in the US? In which case your gallons are smaller than ours in the UK so you would have to do a conversion against my figures to see what you are achieving in comparrison. I get an average of 44mpg (UK gallons) mixed driving.

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It was ikbenben who mentioned 'highway' and he is in Belgium according to his profile.
OP is in Glasgow.
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It was ikbenben who mentioned 'highway' and he is in Belgium according to his profile.
OP is in Glasgow.
Sorry, I sometimes mix up UK and US english
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I am blown away by how economical my 1.5 sport is 3 weeks into ownership, I just drove a 60mile / 97km mostly motorway journey today in one direction with some heavy traffic at times and I got 54mpg to Dublin 5.2l/100km and 55mpg on the way home 5.1l/100km.
I used adaptive cruise all the way and the car was accelarating very hard from lower speeds when cars moved from in front of me at times up to 130km/hr 75mph. Drove the same route for years in diesel cars and never exceeded 48 and 49mpg
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I'm surprised as well, now the weather has warmed up my mixed driving is seeing 41-42 mpg. For a 1.5ltr turbo and the size of the vehicle it's really good.
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Mine is the 1.5 CVT version. I have averaged a measured 41.5 mpg over 20,000 miles in the UK.
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51.6 mpg fairly long motorway drive M40 London to midlands little traffic at night 80-85 mph cruising. Going not in hurry just over 59 mpg around 70 mph cruising
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51.6 mpg fairly long motorway drive M40 London to midlands little traffic at night 80-85 mph cruising. Going not in hurry just over 59 mpg around 70 mph cruising
That's great at the legal speed limit.

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That's with my bluespark tuning box on , urban and work commute 36-38 mpg
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Has anyone checked the accuracy of the onboard computer mpg? Does it match the old fashioned way of filling the tank two times and measuring litres versus distance travelled? I reset the odo yesterday when I filled up so will know at the next fill if mine matches.
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I'm getting low 5l/100km as well, mid 50s UK mpg. Tank calculation is either spot on or 0.1l/100km off from the computer. Computer being 0.1 optimistic.

Mind you I changed my refilling technique a while back. I now activate the pump by inserting the nozzle, wait a few seconds to allow the pump to prime, then squeeze the nozzle to start the meter. At least here in Germany that makes on average a ~1L difference per ~30L fill up, roughly 0.2l/100km calculation difference, or about 2 UK mpg when in the mid 50s mpg.

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My first 2200 km shows 5.8 liter / 100km (49 mpg, UK), which I think is very impressive (1.5T, Sport)
I do 40 km daily route, 75% is highway (110-130 kph), rest is city, sometimes with traffic jam.
My driving style was careful in the first 1000km (there I got ~ 5.6 liter / 100km = 50.5 mpg). After the first 1000km, the eco mode was switched off for more dynamic accelerations (but not always), now I get ~ 6l/100, 47mpg.
Our -now- second car (Suzuki Splash) with 1.3 engine (~86 bhp) produces the same...

I am not familiar with other car models in general, but I am not sure if others have cars with such power rate and such fuel economy. Maybe, but I don't think it is typical.
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I did the old fashioned mpg check on mine following the last fill of petrol. Seems the computer is saying mpg is 2 to 3mpg better than it is. Though I believe other brands are like this also.
Reset the trip after last fill so will see how it is after a second check.
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