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2.5 litre 24v v6 greeeeeedy beggar
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God that sounds horrifyingly like the Rover 825i I used to have.
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 suzuki grand vitara x-ec limited edition 2.5 24v v6,leather walnut,very nice ,very powerful ,veeeery juicy 
my tekna still wins hands down in all departments and would never go back to any previous car ive owned
 
 
 
 
 
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Nah - sorry pal

Looks all boxy and old fashioned - not for meOuch

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Oh my eyes are burning, take the image down get me an eye wash, oh the pain. Cry
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easy now she was a good motorLOLmust say i never had a single problem with her in 2 1/2 yrs but you are 100% right next to my qq she would'nt get a second look ,a bit boxy but she served me well ,big loss though depreciated £6000 in 2 1/5 yrs Shocked
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Luxury, sheer luxury (compared to an SJ413 I once 'tried' to drive. Thought I was going to die it was that unstable. Once was enough! I'm sure the Vitara was a good car, but does look a little dated now.
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Originally posted by craigfishin craigfishin wrote:

my last car got 19mpg so imagine how i feel !!!Big smile
 
 
19 mpg christ, my vauxhall monaro i got ridd of did 19 mpg and that was a 5.7 v8. Confused
 
did the the gas pedal only have 2 settings? on / off, lolLOL
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I got 29 on a motorway run from my Mazda 3 1.6 auto ...it was 2008 model and i had it from new. Round town it wouldnt do more than 17 to the gallon. and Mazda said there wasnt a problem with it!!  
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I drove a 2008 year model 1.5 from London to the South of France in 2008.

I was very very sceptical when the hire company told me my 2 Litre Passat estate was NOT available as requested but they did have a 1.5 Litre Qashqai diesel! having had a Shogun Diesel a few years previously I was NOT delighted with the news just 6 hours before departure!

But I was soon converted the car had a VERY full load on-board plus two bikes hanging on the back It pulled very well on steep hills and drove like a dream on the flat a bit too well actualy I got a speeding ticket in France.

I think it averged something like 38 Mpg which I suppose was not bad considering I was doing 85 mph allmost all the way plus the load and bucycle "airbrakes" I dont know if the old urban myth  about hire cars being deliberately performance limited is true if so I am doubly impressed with that Qashqai 1.5 Diesel.

So impressed I am buying one as my next car. 
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Yup, I honestly cannot rave about the 1.5 enough.  I've had 6 adults in it and it still pulls uphill no problems.  Over the weekend, i had my QQ+2 filled to the rafters with camping kit and 3 kids and again, no sluggishness.

My friends often comment along the lines of "I honestly cant believe this is a 1.5...."

If anyone has doubts......honestly don't.
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Glad I went for the 1.5d especially in nightshade it's arriving 7-9 sept after being told end oct so I'll be a happy bunny
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Handilloyd you will be over the moon with it. Ive had mine since may and except for the crap dealer the car itself has been a dream!.....and the fuel consumption is a dream...
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Yep, it's all good....
...did a trip to the beach Saturday. 80mph when possible, 3 adults, 2 kids, boot stuffed, climate on the whole way (and back)...still returned 52mpg.
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52mpg!?!?!  That's the sort of result I can only dream of!  I am getting 41mpgish  I know I'm a bit heavy on the old right foot but wow that's a hell of a difference!
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hiya Gadgeteer,
41?...... you would have to be hellishly heavy with the ole right foot! lol
The thing is a run to the seaside and driving round town will show far differing returns. It is important to compare like for like. 
I know i get an average well into the 50s when i do the odd run along a nice stretch of rd rather than just round town for a few weeks when i get around 47-48.     also  there's usually me or me and one other. if i was carrying a car load around town then there would be a tremendous drop in mileage. Have you regularly re-set your trip computer?....    if you are still running on the setting from when the car came out of the showroom that may be the issue?
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But I still say an overall average from day 1 is the only meaningful reading Geek
 
 
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Just had 2 weeks of driving the family around, out and about etc...  reset the MPG at the start...   over 1350 miles, average was 54.1mpg   (family of 5).

I like to reset every now and again so I don't get too upset when the MPG drops for 'heavy footed' periods... well we can't all be calm all the time.
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Im with you on the total cost of ownership calculation......Its on the side of "whats the car doing now" or "under a given set of circumstances" that we need to consider the calculations I was aiming at fine sir. Im with you all the way in that there's no point driving a car that does 20mpg for 3 years and then on the last week before we sell it kid ourselves because we coasted 4 miles downhill and the computer indicated 99mpg that we are selling the most economical car on the planet...   LOL
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Hmmmmm - working on that basis I accidentally reset mine a while back and got 40mpg on a gentle motorway cruise home, out of what may be the juiciest variant Tongue.
 
Be interesting to know what everyone's typical mixed overall average from day 1 was, rather than a cherry-picked figure from you 1.5ers. LOL
 
 
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I have 2 litre diesel fwd auto Accenta and average 37mpg mixed driving and 49mpg on a long, steady, 70 mph motorway run.

Very satisfied!
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Perhaps it's not just euro emissions compliance that is speeding up the somewhat hasty development of new technologies ( DPF for example ) but  customer's high expectations?  Confused   It was not that many years ago that a little runabout with 4 new tyres, new MOT and ability to achieve 30 mpg was all it took to sell.  The QQ is a solid, weighty, substantial car and with fuel economy in the mid thirties ( town driving ) I think it's outstanding, especially as this is without stop / start technology.  Thumbs Up

The 1.5 diesel obviously returns more, if you do the mileage / driving style to warrant it.

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Originally posted by G5 BOY G5 BOY wrote:

Be interesting to know what everyone's typical mixed overall average from day 1 was, rather than a cherry-picked figure from you 1.5ers. LOL
 
I think I qualify as a cherry-picking 1.5er... and didn't even post my other cherry pick journey that got 73.5mpg over a distance of 75 miles...
 
So in the spirit of 'fessing up' I would 'guestimate' that a true average in mine since I got it was nearer 52 MPG. (It would be higher but the other half's foot is leaden).
 
Ur never gonna be able to compare engine MPGs accurately unless they are driven side by side for an extended period of time over the same journeys with the same fuel loads, driver weight, colour of socks etc...
 
The 'best bit' for me is to hit congestion on the M25 and see the figure go UP!... yes, a good old cruise for a few miles at 40-50 mph does wonders to the MPG.
 


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I reset my trip computer once since I got her.  So this is a combined value based on the last 500 miles I guess.  The reason I did this is because I do a real mix of town/motorway driving so I want a true average based over time rather than resetting the clock just before I go on a motorway cruise then fool myself into thinking I've done 50mpg.

Even on my last car, I always got around 15% less mpg than my mate who drove the same model so the only thing I can blame is my right foot.  But wow, 40mpg - 50mpg is a BIG difference!  I just can't stand dawdling around though!  I need to get from A -> B as quick as possible as i find driving so bloody boring.
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I think the 1.5 engine is a quality engine and it handles the car very well.  It's not as economical as what you will get in it's competitors, but to be fair it's a bigger car.  I'm very good friends with an engineer at Nissan (I used to work there) and he said the 1.5 dci is the best engine to go for out of the lot.

 
I'm currently on 48.9 combined and I flog the tits out of it.  I drive to kent from newcastle last week and I reset the MPG and I was getting 62 MPG doing 70 all the way and it was still rising.
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+ 3000 miles since mid June with minimal motorway but a lot of cross country A roads, display is showing 54.1mpg.

Does the fuel used make any difference?  I am sure you have all seen the new shell claims.
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I'm not sure!

 
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Originally posted by G5 BOY G5 BOY wrote:

But I still say an overall average from day†1 is the only meaningful reading Geek

You need to be recording how much fuel you have put in from day 1 be get a meaningful reading - My fuel computer is anywhere from pretty spot on to up to 20% out from fillup to fillup.

I reset all the readings each fullup and record them, so could (if I could be arsed), work out the average consumption over Day 1, last x miles, and average speed.

My consumption from Day 1 is in my sig and is a bit lower then I hoped, TBH (but still hell of a lot better then 25MPG of previous car†Smile )

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Originally posted by G5 BOY G5 BOY wrote:

Hmmmmm - working on that basis I accidentally reset mine a while back and got 40mpg on a gentle motorway cruise home, out of what may be the juiciest variant Tongue.
 
Be interesting to know what everyone's typical mixed overall average from day 1 was, rather than a cherry-picked figure from you 1.5ers. LOL
 
 


Speaking honestly (and yes, I'm a copperWink), our average will be between 48 - 55mpg.
I reset the trip every time I fill up with half a tank - always only half fill since carrying all that extra weight is needless - haven't needed to completely fill up because haven't done a journey that warrants it yet.
The lower figure is 90% driving local urban stuff, short journeys etc
The higher figure when it's mostly A2, M25 journeys and day trips out with my kids.

Quick example. I had one bar above half way on the fuel gauge, drove to Ramsgate and back and then today to Chessington and back with a supermarket trip in between. 240 miles covered, 180 left on the predicted range - average mpg according to the car is at 51.2mpg - average speed covered is 52mph, I try to maintain 75-85mph on motorways.

Steve.

For the record, since day 1 ownership I've always put Shell normal diesel fuel in - it's the cheapest around and I trust the supplier for quality.
Quick edit to say the mileage is now just past 3700, will have owned the car new since late November, I was very considerate when running in for the 1st 1000 miles - I reckon it's paying dividends with power and frugality now.


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Just done my first drive to work ( 30 miles mainly on A31).  Filled up on return journey and reset computer. Ave until hitting village and stopping at shops was well above 60mpg, and dropped to only(!!) 58 mpg.  As people say it gets better after 2000-3000 miles! So pleased with that and the car. Excellent.
Find the fuel ecomony gauge very interesting - surprising how much it drops when accelerating, or putting a strain on the engine driving up inclines in a high gear! I think I will change my driving habits. Me thinks I should actually look at the road tho!
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I fill up every week & reset the trip, then work out the mpg properly, always done this. The average on the display is pretty meaningless really imo & are really just gimmicks, you really need to check the "old fashioned way" to get a proper average. I do agree with scharter  though that the bar guage thingy could be useful to help you learn to drive more economically but again most of what you could learn from it should be common sense.
I have never got less  than 39-41mpg & thats doing only very short local trips. Fair enough the cars only just done over 1.000 miles so its hardly a long time test but the consumption should only improve over  the next couple of thou miles & I see no reason why a good 50+mpg  shouldnt be the average on combined driving.
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Nearly 3,000 miles for us and we are getting 52.7mpg tops to 52.0

Thats a variery of drivers and driving, I push it harder, she doesn't but it still does very well overall. I wish my BMW did that high an MPG but then it does sound a lot better so I won't complain. LOL
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This for some reason reminds me...I followed a 10 plate facelifted QQ the other day. From badges it looked like a 1.5d n-tec....however he had 'pimped' it up by putting a NOS badge next to or underneath the QQ bit  and a V8 badge next to the Pure Diesel badge....couldnt help but laugh...really ruint the look
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Originally posted by nemo nemo wrote:

This for some reason reminds me...I followed a 10 plate facelifted QQ the other day. From badges it looked like a 1.5d n-tec....however he had 'pimped' it up by putting a NOS badge next to or underneath the QQ bit  and a V8 badge next to the Pure Diesel badge....couldnt help but laugh...really ruint the look
 
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