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    agree to OP
    i had not calculated the fig
    but in 5th gear when u maintain speed at 80 or 90 avg shown in meter is above 22
    i was also amazaed n asked about it in my thread then a fellow member said it works above 100
    dont know about it
    but must say very fuel efficient car as compared to all other including previous model idsi

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    @huzaifaa

    The econometer works alllllllll the while as long as the car is started up. Just that some of us dont know how to interpret the correct reading it is giving at one point or another. There are two types of displays. one is the active bar which works like a side scroller left to right. The second one is the overall average for the tank which works accurately only if u have set it to zero on the last tank refill for PETROL. Even then the second digital figure that is the overall figure may have some error, from experience i have found that the actual figure is 2 km less, like if its showing me 20km/litre for the tank then upon refilling at a petrol pump i normally find it to be around 18km/litre

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    Dear Dear ,

    Please Understand that this mpg meter measures based on air pressure, and it can and does not depict the actual figures, the instantaneous figures are bonkers and so it affects the average shown.


    WAKE UP , DONT LIVE IN DREAMS

    To measure mpg, fill up tank neck to neck, then drive for around 300km then again fill up neck to neck and measure litres consumed

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    @bilalahsan

    Thats exactly why i did fill her up after trying the experiment several times. Ur right that the actual mileage achieved was not 26.4 or 27.2 as was depicted on the meter as the highest i achieved, it was less by about 2 to 2.5km/l each time. so it was actually around 24.2 the first time if i remember correctly and 25.4 the second time.

    Its been a while since i tried this sir. This massively depends on the condition of the engine, quality of fuel used, type of tires, traffic conditions etc etc and most of all driving style. Try it urself and if u cant achieve this then leme know and i'll come teach u. cheers!

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