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    Quote Originally Posted by Joetidman View Post
    Maybe you just don't want to know the real economy? It's not a tough piece of maths!
    No, just not bothered.

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    S3 400+ mile range club

    I'm just shy of 400 (at 370 now) but mpg wise, I've managed 33 mpg on a decent run including city/a little traffic/ mostly motor way and some fun overtakes funnily enough, on the trip back I tried out the Efficiency setting on drive select... Only got 34 out of it so all that coasting isn't really helping much - yes I was mindful of its limitations and was very gentle with my accelerations etc


    Around town however is a completely different story lol.... Im lucky if I get 14mpg

    Been using whatever premium I've been able to get my hands on mostly shells variant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audimad View Post
    I keep posting because i started this thread, is that ok with you?.
    Did I say don't post?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobH_S3 View Post
    Did I say don't post?!?!
    No you just insinuated it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audimad View Post
    No you just insinuated it.
    No I didn't, I suggested the constant posts about getting 400 miles to a tank means you bought the wrong car. Not difficult to understand really.

    Not sure how u interpreted that into "do not post again" lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audimad View Post
    And the answer is "i don't care". Why have a fuel comp on your car and work it out yourself?
    Because the fuel comps are not accurate!!

    Listen I'm not having a go at you, I'm just trying to make you understand that "Range" is different to "Actual miles" and I'm actually trying to help you find out what miles your car "Actually" gets to a tank of fuel.
    You say you started this thread to inform people of the kind of miles the S3 can achieve but you are giving people false hope.
    Please (if you haven't already) just zero your trip and see how many miles you get, I think you will find its less than you think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J6YAK View Post
    Because the fuel comps are not accurate!!
    As reported in another thread, I took mine down south a few w/e's ago; just about all M'way driving. Had the cruise on, set so I would be just below the speeds they prosecute at, and I was suprised that I got 35.3 mpg (actual) which is very reasonable. The on board mpg was more optimistic at 36.8.
    Now when I drive on "ordinary" roads, the car is nowhere near as economical
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobH_S3 View Post
    No I didn't, I suggested the constant posts about getting 400 miles to a tank means you bought the wrong car. Not difficult to understand really.

    Not sure how u interpreted that into "do not post again" lol.
    Whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotquiteWelsh View Post
    As reported in another thread, I took mine down south a few w/e's ago; just about all M'way driving. Had the cruise on, set so I would be just below the speeds they prosecute at, and I was suprised that I got 35.3 mpg (actual) which is very reasonable. The on board mpg was more optimistic at 36.8.
    Now when I drive on "ordinary" roads, the car is nowhere near as economical
    What do you call the speeds they don't prosecute at?

    I'm imagine you don't mean 69MPH : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashmcblue View Post
    What do you call the speeds they don't prosecute at?

    I'm imagine you don't mean 69MPH : )
    Its the math; take a couple of mph off the speed at which the cameras send you a ticket for and then add on how much the speedo overreads by.
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    I see the petty squabbles haven't been completely eradicated from the 8V forum...

    ;-)

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    Almost !

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    Fair enough mate well done at least you have evidence
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightspeed998 View Post
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    Almost !
    What do you mean, almost? You have done 396m, you have 30m left before 0 and you'll still have a gallon of fuel in the tank afterwards. You will manage 450, never mind 400.

    These threads always amuse me because you get people saying they only manage 280m to the tank but yet fill it up and only get 45l back into a 55l fuel tank. What are you guys that run it down to 0 putting back into the car? 50l?

    It wont be long until someone cracks 500 to tank if they have the balls to run it Using 54l+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo-83 View Post
    What do you mean, almost? You have done 396m, you have 30m left before 0 and you'll still have a gallon of fuel in the tank afterwards. You will manage 450, never mind 400.

    These threads always amuse me because you get people saying they only manage 280m to the tank but yet fill it up and only get 45l back into a 55l fuel tank. What are you guys that run it down to 0 putting back into the car? 50l?

    It wont be long until someone cracks 500 to tank if they have the balls to run it Using 54l+
    Agreed, but running it down so low can be difficult unless you drive in circles around the petrol station. My next trip out is a 102 mile journey from North Wales where V-Power is scarce.

    The 396 mile fill up was 48.58 litres

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    You need a set of bigger bollo**s

    As you can see you've filled up with 12% fuel still remaining in your tank (6.5l)

    The next time you get down to 30mph range, bare this in mind, go to 0 then fill, then see how much you've got left and then repeat until you're satisfied on what range you can get out of your tank past 0. I have had lots of different Audi's over the last 5yrs and they are all the same, 0 comes up with a gallon left in the tank.

    If you got 396 with 88% fuel used, your tank range on that particular tank extrapolated is 396/88x100 = 450. You therefore have filled up 54m too early

    These threads are worthless without information on the fill ups

    Going further, you managed an impressive real time 37.07mpg over that tank. (396/10.68g)
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    That's the 184quattro out the window s3 it is.Was this mostly motorway journeys? Still impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by ainso View Post
    That's the 184quattro out the window s3 it is.Was this mostly motorway journeys? Still impressive
    No motorways, about 50mile of dual carriageways and the rest on A and B roads. Steady drive to work and back helps with mpg, 4 trips, 19.5 mile each way, display reading 45-48.5mpg average to work, 38-41 average going home! Then midlands to North Wales on A & B roads just over 100mile each way. The rest is general commuting to shops etc.

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    I’ve been reading this thread with great interest. Let’s do the maths here.

    Tank capacity on the S3 is 55L. 55L converts to 12.1 UK gallons (US gallons are different).

    So the following table equates to the amount of MPG you’re actually getting, rather than what the computer says:

    100 miles – 8.3mpg
    150 miles – 13.4mpg
    200 miles – 16.5mpg
    250 miles – 20.7mpg
    300 miles – 24.8mpg
    350 miles – 29.0mpg
    400 miles – 33.1mpg
    450 miles – 37.2mpg
    500 miles – 41.3mpg

    Audi claim that you can do 40.9mpg combined, which is 494.9 miles; apparently you can do 47.9mpg extra urban (579.59 miles). So Audimad, when you say you’re getting ~46mpg on a tank you’re actually saying that your S3 does 556 miles to a tank… Reset the computer trip when you fill up next. Then when you next go to fill up with an empty tank (less than 10 miles for arguments sake), have a look at what the mpg is and how many miles you’ve done. Looking forward to seeing the results
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmydougle View Post
    I’ve been reading this thread with great interest. Let’s do the maths here.

    Tank capacity on the S3 is 55L. 55L converts to 12.1 UK gallons (US gallons are different).

    So the following table equates to the amount of MPG you’re actually getting, rather than what the computer says:

    100 miles – 8.3mpg
    150 miles – 13.4mpg
    200 miles – 16.5mpg
    250 miles – 20.7mpg
    300 miles – 24.8mpg
    350 miles – 29.0mpg
    400 miles – 33.1mpg
    450 miles – 37.2mpg
    500 miles – 41.3mpg

    Audi claim that you can do 40.9mpg combined, which is 494.9 miles; apparently you can do 47.9mpg extra urban (579.59 miles). So Audimad, when you say you’re getting ~46mpg on a tank you’re actually saying that your S3 does 556 miles to a tank… Reset the computer trip when you fill up next. Then when you next go to fill up with an empty tank (less than 10 miles for arguments sake), have a look at what the mpg is and how many miles you’ve done. Looking forward to seeing the results
    No i'm NOT saying my S3 does 556 miles to a tank, you said that. Anyway back to reading my book. I bought it today for only £1.99, would anyone like me to get them a copy? LOL.
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    S3 400+ mile range club

    Just got exactly 400 miles to a tank, I was surprised. Filled up just outside Edinburgh on Friday and then drove up to Loch Etive (stayed at a house called Tigh na breac, I highly recommend it!) then filled up in Richmond on the A1.

    No idea how I've managed to get 400 miles as I haven't been nannying it, I drove down to Leeds via Loch Lomond and dropped someone off in Glasgow.


    I did only have 10 miles left in the tank when I got the petrol station. My MPG on Fuelly shows as 36.2 for that tank. Average it's showing as about 30 but my driving is 80% motorway.

    The roads up in Scotland are really awesome too I've never driven up there before. Bloody mountains everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audimad View Post
    No i'm NOT saying my S3 does 556 miles to a tank, you said that. Anyway back to reading my book. I bought it today for only £1.99, would anyone like me to get them a copy? LOL.
    Yes I'm saying that because you said before:
    Quote Originally Posted by Audimad View Post
    410 mile range and 46.2mpg on the way back from Stanford Hall today.
    So therefore if you reached 46mpg then I'm interested to see if you can reach the 550 mark; you'll see from my table that this is approximately the right figure. My S3 comes in a couple of weeks and I'm going to see how efficient I can make it on the longer journeys. Obviously I'm going to see how it performs properly too!

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    I don't care what anyone says. I love the fact it's a quick little machine when you want it to be, but if you're just looking to cover some ground and cruise it can return pretty impressive figures for its performance. Can't say I'd be getting such good figures all the time though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by balsaq View Post
    I don't care what anyone says. I love the fact it's a quick little machine when you want it to be, but if you're just looking to cover some ground and cruise it can return pretty impressive figures for its performance. Can't say I'd be getting such good figures all the time though...
    Sums it up nicely. It can achieve decent figures however it can do the opposite which achieves less miles per gallon and more smiles per gallon.

    See what I did there.

    It's perfect for me. Get 30+ on the motorway and then blast away the cobwebs on the country roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmydougle View Post
    Yes I'm saying that because you said before: So therefore if you reached 46mpg then I'm interested to see if you can reach the 550 mark; you'll see from my table that this is approximately the right figure. My S3 comes in a couple of weeks and I'm going to see how efficient I can make it on the longer journeys. Obviously I'm going to see how it performs properly too!

    If you say so but i DID NOT say anywhere that my S3 would do 550 miles to a tank. I have also seen 47.7mpg on the fuel computer too. Anyway i am not going to be drawn into an argument about this, i am just saying what i have seen on the fuel comp in my S3. Now would you like a book or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audimad View Post
    Now would you like a book or not.
    I would lol... Mighta helped me get out of the low teens (mpg) yesterday LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivicyrusivi View Post
    I would lol... Mighta helped me get out of the low teens (mpg) yesterday LOL
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    This is an example of how wrong and inaccurate the on-board fuel computer can be/is.


    (The range estimate is something completely different, this is a made up figure/estimate based on driving economy since last ignition cycle - so if you drove like a nun in the last ignition cycle, it will show a fantastic range - therefore range is completely meaningless for accuracy - it's just an estimate)



    1. Brim the tank - including filler neck
    2. Zero the trip
    3. Drive car (preferably, but not necessarily to zero)




    4. Fill car up again, brim tank, incl. filler neck




    5. Perform manual calculation, car did 300 miles using 54 litres. Therefore 5.55 miles per litre, = 25.2 mpg (4.54l in a Imp gallon)



    On-board computer said 27.7 mpg. What optimistic rubbish.

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    veeeight - you're relying on the odometer to be accurate in that case then ?

    why assume the odometer is accurately measuring 300 miles if the trip comp is out for mpg ?

    just a thought .

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    You are correct, it is another variable with accuracy.


    However, since the class action lawsuits in the US, the odometer has more realistic chance of being correct within 1%, rather than the ECU reporting of the metering of the fuel injectors, which is affected by a whole lot more variables (eg: fuel rail pressure etc.), which give rise to the errors on the fuel comp figures.

    You can also adjust the fuel consumption correction factor in VCDS to get it to a more real world figure - so its absolute accuracy is definitely questionable.


    Also - since both the on-board fuel computer and myself are using the same odometer - the only variance left is how much fuel actually leaves the tank, and how much fuel you have to replace. So if the odo is wrong for the on-board calculation, it's also wrong for me by the same factor.

    The more accurate, or relevant factor here, is my filling up, how much fuel I actually used/lost - as this represents real £££ coming our of my wallet!



    An interesting experiment to conduct for odometer accuracy would be to measure your distance along the km posts on the motorway to see how accurate your odometer is.......




    edit:
    Why Your Trip Computer Isn’t Giving Accurate MPG Readings (And How to Fix It) – Feature – Car and Driver | Car and Driver Blog
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    Also - there is a % correction factor in VCDS that you can change to get more accurate results from the on-board fuel consumption thingymagic.

    You can, in essence, calibrate it yourself.

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    Quite comical some of the comments in this thread! I posted elsewhere, but got 40 mpg yesterday on a longish drive out to the coast in my S3. Worst economy I have had is 29mpg. I've filled my car up twice since getting it and covered just over 800 miles now, with 3/4 tank still in it as I type this. So, very approx. 400 miles per tank. Not ragging the car yet, as running in sensibly, but not exactly driving it like a saint either. I didn't buy an S3 to save on petrol, but it's a nice surprise to get pretty decent economy with 300bhp under your right foot... mine's averaged 34mpg so far across the miles covered from delivery, mixture of A roads, Motorway and stop start through town...
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    Manufacturer figures are always a bit optimistic so I was hoping for 25mpg nipping on and 35mpg taking it easy, this is better than I was expecting.

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    Just thought I'd share the below. 400 miles can be done. I think I mentioned that I'd done it driving up to Scotland about 65mph all the way and some blasts, I am flummoxed as to how I achieved it but it's right I wasn't messing about on the nicer roads.

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    As you can see I'm getting just under 30 now with a lot a of motorway. It can be very economical I regularly see 35+ on my commute (90 miles)

    Funny thing is I started off driving in economy (which I still do sometimes on the motorway) now it's: pull S tronic lever into S, knock to manual, dynamic mode.

    When in Rome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashmcblue View Post
    Just thought I'd share the below. 400 miles can be done. I think I mentioned that I'd done it driving up to Scotland about 65mph all the way and some blasts, I am flummoxed as to how I achieved it but it's right I wasn't messing about on the nicer roads.

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1403816893.178854.jpg
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    As you can see I'm getting just under 30 now with a lot a of motorway. It can be very economical I regularly see 35+ on my commute (90 miles)

    Funny thing is I started off driving in economy (which I still do sometimes on the motorway) now it's: pull S tronic lever into S, knock to manual, dynamic mode.

    When in Rome.
    Sounds fun.........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigI View Post
    Sounds fun.........................
    Not as much fun as I bet you had with yourself after that quip craigyboy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I just got home from work... week's commuting, filled up on Sunday evening and 406 miles covered and the gauge still had one notch lit as I drove into the petrol station. It doesn't take too much working out does it
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