Depends how you drive. The 1.4 doesn't need much effort to move it along at a decent pace.wheelwright said:My personal feeling is the 2.0 is going to be more mpg friendly than the 1.4, as the 2.0 should be better equipped to pull a 2.5 ton frame, hope I'm right as I'm gonna order next month!
When I saw 36.7mpg I thought that's good, then I see you drive the diesel not the petrol 2.0!!Pjmartin said:After 1891 miles of use my long term average is 36.7 mpg
(2.0ltr 190 DSG 4X4 7 seater - with a loaded boot and genrally 1 passenger for approx 40% of the time)
Havent you already passed the running in period? The manual says 1000 km, you have done 1230km already.Gordie1973 said:I'm old school and haven't gone much past 4000 rpm, once we reach the magic 1k, I'll ease my way there.
During the first 1,000 km, the engine should not be charged with more than 3/4 of the maximum permitted engine revs and without the trailer.
In the area of 1,000 to 1,500 kilometres, the engine load can be increased up to the maximum permitted engine speed.