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Does anyone on here use Fuelly? I do and find it rather good to monitor my daily rides, if you are interested take a looksy http://www.fuelly.com/driver/zorrosmart

If you are a memmber add me to your friends list.

I've just downloaded 'FuelLog', so I'm going to see how that goes. Either way it's not something that really requires 'Friends' or social networking surely? ;)

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+ Non-limited edition of the Exige 240R
- Uninspiring soundtrack

I just cleaned out the A8 prior to p/ex and I found every single fuel receipt stuffed in the armrest.

Over 4000 miles of mostly shortly journies, what's the collective best guess at an average?

Edit: the cats have been fvcked the whole time i've had it, so that might affect things.

Winner gets a micking.

Updated January 15, 2013 at 9:53 AM

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Tim

M135i 8 Speed Auto. Alpine White. Faster than Yu.

20.6

Incidentally, the diesel A3 is actually less economical than the petrol Astra.
Averaging <40 mpg

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Impreza WRX STi Spec-C V-Limited Toshi Arai Edition/ GTR/ Panda 100HP Pandamonium/ 316d

duncs500 said...

I've just downloaded 'FuelLog', so I'm going to see how that goes. Either way it's not something that really requires 'Friends' or social networking surely? ;)

Will easier to watch your mpg progress of your car(s) - I agree any further would mean we actually know eachother!

18.9

Cheers, Rich

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There are social networking portals to compare mpg?

Shoot me first.

JL said...

There are social networking portals to compare mpg?

Shoot me first.

I blame facebook.

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+ Non-limited edition of the Exige 240R
- Uninspiring soundtrack

Do the mpg comparers like it when someone is proud of their sub-20mpg figures?

Mark BT52 said...

Incidentally, the diesel A3 is actually less economical than the petrol Astra.
Averaging <40 mpg

Your driving is wrong, it's hard not to get +50mpg out of a Gold/A3 1.6 TDI.

N said...

Mark BT52 said...

Incidentally, the diesel A3 is actually less economical than the petrol Astra.
Averaging <40 mpg

Your driving is wrong, it's hard not to get +50mpg out of a Gold/A3 1.6 TDI.

Bollocks. I had the 1.6 TDI Leon and it wouldn't do over 46mpg even when grannying it.

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JL said...

There are social networking portals to compare mpg?

Shoot me first.

A database of real mpg figures is quite useful for us lot that don't live on an oil field.

I wouldn't go there to make new friends mind.

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Mike

15.7

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caneswell said...

JL said...

There are social networking portals to compare mpg?

Shoot me first.

A database of real mpg figures is quite useful for us lot that don't live on an oil field.

I wouldn't go there to make new friends mind.

Balls. 10 seconds online can answer any mpg questions, there's no need to set up a virtual community to discuss it. I yearn for the days when the internet was used for a decent purpose, like porn and watching a monkey pee into its mouth or scratch its arse or something.

turboferret said...

18.9

Cheers, Rich

18.8 - sorry you lose. Loser. 8)

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Tim

M135i 8 Speed Auto. Alpine White. Faster than Yu.

N said...

Mark BT52 said...

Incidentally, the diesel A3 is actually less economical than the petrol Astra.
Averaging <40 mpg

Your driving is wrong, it's hard not to get +50mpg out of a Gold/A3 1.6 TDI.

It is a sort of metallic brown, but I wouldn't call it gold.

Besides, I doubt that different colours give different economy figures.
Astra gave 40+, A3's long term mpg figure is saying 35, for the journeys I did yesterday is was 38.

However, I have decided now that it is a far superior car to the Astra. Just wish it didn't have these godawful seats and doors so heavily sprung that they threaten to bite your arms off.

Updated January 15, 2013 at 2:04 PM

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Impreza WRX STi Spec-C V-Limited Toshi Arai Edition/ GTR/ Panda 100HP Pandamonium/ 316d

Tim said...

turboferret said...

18.9

Cheers, Rich

18.8 - sorry you lose. Loser. 8)

What was the figure the onboard was showing?
Curious to know if it was as wildly optimistic as ours was.

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Impreza WRX STi Spec-C V-Limited Toshi Arai Edition/ GTR/ Panda 100HP Pandamonium/ 316d

Mark BT52 said...

Tim said...

turboferret said...

18.9

Cheers, Rich

18.8 - sorry you lose. Loser. 8)

What was the figure the onboard was showing?
Curious to know if it was as wildly optimistic as ours was.

I used to reset it every fill-up so I can't compare it overall, but generally it over-read a bit. Not too wildly though.

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Tim

M135i 8 Speed Auto. Alpine White. Faster than Yu.

I remember snorting coffee out my nose when I discovered there were detailing fora!

MPG fora fall into a similar "life is too short" category.

Does it link your current MPG to Twatter and Facepuke?

caneswell said...

JL said...

There are social networking portals to compare mpg?

Shoot me first.

A database of real mpg figures is quite useful for us lot that don't live on an oil field.

I wouldn't go there to make new friends mind.

Yep, given how far EC figures are from the truth these days, it can be handy to look up what some "real world" values are (and not just some owners club forum with retards who only ever put in £10 at a time, or believe the OBC).

I moved my tracking over to Fuelly because the iphone app I was using had several problems that the developer couldn't be bothered to fix. They have a good SMS service, just text miles price & litres and it adds it automatically.

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