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I'd imagine the low to mid twenties if it's mostly short journeys.
 

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Will be very impressed if I get low mid twenties, hope for but suspect nearer late teens, to twenty. Unlike a few who have commented about lack of opportunity to open there cars hence 2D's being fine, I have great driving roads near me which are not busy so I get chance to have some fun..... That will limit mpg.... But a price worth paying as limited annual mileage
 

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There are very few out there but one guy here has one .
I'd imagine low 20s the norm for mixed / shorter driving. Long motorway runs of course would push it 30+ maybe ?
 

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I have a 3.0 Diesel and my combined average is around 27 MPG. On a longish journey I get just over 34. So I would be very surprised if the petrol engine gets anywhere close, I would guess high teens, for average driving.

On another note my F-Type R Coupe, gives me an average of 17.2 MPG and that is over two years having covered a total of 10,000 Miles.
 

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Russell said:
I have a 3.0 Diesel and my combined average is around 27 MPG. On a longish journey I get just over 34. So I would be very surprised if the petrol engine gets anywhere close, I would guess high teens, for average driving.
Odd that my much heavier and less aerodynamic RRSport can average 30mpg and this is mostly short runs of little over 6 miles at a time. Either I am exceedingly light on the right foot or you are a bit too heavy. lol
 

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I'm getting low 20s but driving pretty sensibly as well as running her in
 

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Ok Dal. I thought you'd get a bit more than that on longer trips - probably 28 -30
Low 20s on sensible driving means it's not going to get better :)

What about the long runs. Is there an eco mode and have you tried it. ?

My 3.0 DS XF only gets about 35 on motorway runs so guess it sounds about right.

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Here's the official figures by the way :)
How do they calculate these

FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban mpg (l/100km) 23.2 (12.2)
Extra Urban mpg (l/100km) 39.8 (7.1)
Combined mpg (l/100km) 31.7 (8.9)
CO2 (g/km) 209
Tank capacity (litres approx.) 63
 

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Low to mid 20's sounds about right for the petrol. My wife drives a manual 2.5 petrol Maxda 6 estate (2009 owned from new) and it's always averaged about 29 with mainly short journeys but on a run will just about reach the mid thirties.
 

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Mbadger77 said:
Ok Dal. I thought you'd get a bit more than that on longer trips - probably 28 -30
Low 20s on sensible driving means it's not going to get better :)

What about the long runs. Is there an eco mode and have you tried it. ?

My 3.0 DS XF only gets about 35 on motorway runs so guess it sounds about right.

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I'm getting 26 -28 on longer runs in Eco mode
 

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Ok so was nearly right. 28 is respectable enough.

Maybe I'll,see when mine turns up unless I lose patience and just buy a 3 litre petrol XF for instead or go mad and get a cayenne turbo !!

Still bloody September despite an April 4th order
 

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Not used the Eco or normal mode yet as prefer the red dials !!!!

Averaging 24 but still got less than 1000 miles on.
 

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Don't forget Imperial gallon vs US gallon...
 
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