D200 or P250 Engine ...?

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D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by Baker » Wed Mar 31, 2021 12:54 pm

Hi guys,
I need your advice on choosing a new F-Pace.
I currently have an older model D180 and I'm quite satisfied .

Now I can't decide between D200 and P250.
For D200 is benefit fuel consumption, for P250 is reason change of my time, lately I've been I drive short stretches around town on working days and only on weekends take longer trips.

With the P250, I worry about consumption being too high. You have experience of what real consumption is for a P250.

Thanks for the opinions and sorry for my poor English. :(
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by Wookiee » Wed Mar 31, 2021 3:52 pm

P250 for me returns typically around 25-28 mpg. Less on short runs and/or if the weather is cold, considerably more on a longer run, particularly if your right foot isn't too heavy! I've frequently had well over 30 mpg and occasionally 40+ over a reasonable distance (70 miles).
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by Zaccy » Wed Mar 31, 2021 6:36 pm

P250 here

Do mainly <15 miles each way and push late 20s mpg.

Driving properly 30mpg is easily achievable
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by Baker » Thu Apr 01, 2021 12:45 pm

Thanks guys, 20 mpg is really a lot for me.
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by Baker » Mon Jul 05, 2021 4:49 pm

I'm still not sure about the engine selection.
Is there anyone here who's gone from the original 180d to the D200?

I wonder if the extra 18 kW combined with MHEV is an improvement.
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by Catmad » Tue Jul 06, 2021 5:18 pm

I went from MY 2017 180 to D200 MHEV - much quieter and smoother through the gears. Also slightly faster but with the same if not better consumption. I'm averaging 42.5mpg with a real mix of driving.
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by idrobbo » Tue Jul 06, 2021 11:57 pm

I'm getting used to the P250 engine now, having come from a 3.0D XFS. Quite a big difference in power delivery, and of course much higher fuel usage, but still early days for me.
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Re: D200 or P250 Engine ...?

Post by nicknack » Tue Jul 13, 2021 8:20 pm

Hi, I'm new here but in our house we have a 65 plate Mazda CX5 (175HP Diesel) and recently a 30T F Pace 2018 Portfolio.
We journey from Dorset to Newcastle upon Tyne on a regular basis. There is little to choose between the vehicles as the Mazda regenerates its DPF all too regularly which hammers its economy and negates any advantage the Diesel engine should give. Think miles of 20 - 23 MGP!!!!!!
Plus the Mazda, being my wife's vehicle, gets used for too many short journeys with the consequent risk of switching off part way through a DPF regeneration which results in the oil becoming contaminated with the excess unburnt diesel fuel. we have had all this wretched carry on - pain.
My advice is to avoid diesels like the plague - unless you regularly do lots of long journeys. Lets face it in these Covid times many of us have had our use of personal transport fundamentally changed so I doubt the diesel argument holds much water these days.
However the choice is yours and I hope you make the right one for your use.

Cheers

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