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xkkat

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Hi Gang My recently aquired Dual cab with tray D 40 -2.5 with 255 K on it is returning 11 litres per hundred kilometres Thats 25 MPG in the old scale any opinions on these figures is it good -bad- or average compared to your d40 vehicle regards Terry
 

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The best I've managed with my 2009 auto model is 10.5LPHK and the worst (towing 2.5T up mountains) is 26LPHK.

Your figure isn't too bad, although if it was one of the new bi-turbo models I'd expect slightly lower.
 

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So I have a 2008 D40 Manual and highway trips 9.4l/100, city 10.5/100 and towing a 1.2t camper recently averaged 10.5l/100. I have found that it does make a difference how angry you drive it.
 

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Mine is a 2007 manual STX with 180k on it. Here’s a screen shot of my fuel consumption since owning. The spikes early on are some beach/bush driving, the lowest are highway trips which it doesn’t do a lot of, mostly round town not carrying much.

Recently consumption went up due to a turbo issues with vacuum lines. It took em a while to realise and then sort it out. Consumption should head back down because power is back.

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2008 D40 235000km Alloy tray, steel bull bar
@90kmh=9L/100km driving like a granny
@110kmh air con on=11.5L/100km
@100kmh towing 750kgATM=12.5L/100km
 

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Late 2011 Thai King Cab Manual here. Bull bar and lift, with only 80,000K's and I consistently get about10L/100K city and highway. Less if i keep it under 2000RPM. Anything over that it goes up. 11 for about 100 kph average and more over that.

So maybe a little high but don't forget unless your doing high K's per year, fuel is not a big issue when it comes to the overall cost of running a vehicle.
 

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