2.0 TSI MPG

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tagmorrisuk2008
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2.0 TSI MPG

Post by tagmorrisuk2008 » Sun Apr 09, 2017 4:48 pm

Just interest to see what mpg other 2.0 tsi drivers are getting?

Hopefully all done some mixed mileage now
Delivered 2.0 TSI DSG 4X4 SE L in Candy White, Triglav Alloys, Canton Stereo, Space Saver spare wheel, key customisation, color DOT display, rear parcel net, rear window blinds, reversing camera


KodiaqPetrolHead
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by KodiaqPetrolHead » Sun Apr 09, 2017 6:06 pm

Low 30s at moment, but I drive quite hard. Never got more than 50 in the 4x4 Octavia.

I'm expecting low 40s when loosened up, and I'll be happy with that.

You?...
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tagmorrisuk2008
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by tagmorrisuk2008 » Tue May 02, 2017 12:43 pm

I am really impressed with yours.

LT for me (800 miles) is 27mpg, mainly city driving in and around London with traffic.

On along run at the weekend, got 38mpg which I thought was most impressive, however, popping to Tesco over 2 miles I got 16.4mpg and was barely accelerating!

Either way, stunning engine, lovely little growl through the rev range!
Delivered 2.0 TSI DSG 4X4 SE L in Candy White, Triglav Alloys, Canton Stereo, Space Saver spare wheel, key customisation, color DOT display, rear parcel net, rear window blinds, reversing camera


KodiaqPetrolHead
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by KodiaqPetrolHead » Tue May 02, 2017 2:36 pm

Yes, she's a bit "juicy" - but it's a big lump to be pushing around like a sports car.

This morning I had to visit a site 45 miles away through leafy Norfolk lanes (Tough job, but somebody has do do it!). Client was paying 45p per mile so I thought Hell lets GO! Drove there in Sport mode Very Fast - red-line accelerating and overtaking everything (LOVE overtaking BMWs): 25.2 mpg.
Drove home in Eco mode like the Old Man I am: 31.3 mpg.

The additional cost in fuel for the 45 miles of Fun was £2.24. Cheap Thrills in my opinion.
Business Grey SE-L TSI 180 PS 4x4 DSG with whistles & bells.
Took ownership 6 April '17.


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wheelwright
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by wheelwright » Wed May 16, 2018 8:13 am

so fellas after 12months how's the mpg fairing now?
I'm in the market for the 2.0tsi 4x4, I'd be happy 25mpg town driving or is that being optimistic?
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Black magic 2.0tsi SEL 7Seats 190 4x4 dsg
Beige heated leather front & rear
Heated steering wheel, Folding tables
Remote folding rear seats,
19" Triglav alloys


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Colin Lambert
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by Colin Lambert » Wed May 16, 2018 8:57 am

I would think that would a fair estimate.
I have noticed that the warmer weather has made a tremendous difference to consumption.
I the past cold weather even when the temp gauge should normal I could not get more than 26mpg on town drives up to 6 miles.
Now a 3 mile drive on the same routes has given me 33.4 this morning.Temperature in Poole at the moment 61f
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vesku
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by vesku » Wed May 16, 2018 9:09 am

I have driven now 7500 kms mostly short distances and some about 100km trips on highways. Long time consumption shows 35mpg. Not so bad because we had a proper winter here in Finland.
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Kenny R
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by Kenny R » Wed May 16, 2018 6:39 pm

My long term consumption in my total of 421 miles so far is 28.5mpg. A 59 mile trip today, mostly motorway yielded 34.9 mpg. I’m happy with that, it’s better than I ever achieved in my 1.8 Tsi Yeti.
Candy White 2.0 TSi SE L 7 seat. Heated windscreen/ nozzles, kids pack, front rear parking sensors, reversing camera and spare wheel.


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wheelwright
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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by wheelwright » Thu May 17, 2018 8:27 pm

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!
On order 20.7.18:-
Black magic 2.0tsi SEL 7Seats 190 4x4 dsg
Beige heated leather front & rear
Heated steering wheel, Folding tables
Remote folding rear seats,
19" Triglav alloys


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Re: 2.0 TSI MPG

Post by eLTe » Thu May 17, 2018 9:09 pm

wheelwright wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 8:27 pm
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!
Depends how you drive. The 1.4 doesn’t need much effort to move it along at a decent pace.

The Kodiaq is actually about 1800kgs, spec dependent of course.
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