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Audi A6 Quattro 2.7tdi Avant Bad MPG

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C5 Chassis)' started by jonnyswan, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. jonnyswan

    jonnyswan New Member

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    Can anyone tell me if the mpg I am getting is correct. My A6 a 2007 2.7tdi Quattro, the Audi website say I should get 39.8 combined, 30.1 urban & 48.7 extra urban is this for the same engine my car has or has the engine changed ?

    The best mpg I get which I must admit would come under urban i.e school runs is 26/27 mpg ? The car is an approved used 40,000 miles though I did note the last main service was carried out by a Halfords service centre though this was not noted until going through the history after the purchase.

    If the mpg I am getting is correct then fine, though if not then obviosuly something needs looking at.

    Any help will be much appreciated.
     
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  3. alanyork

    alanyork Member

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    26 ish is ok for town, if you drive it hard, i used to get that easy around town, id get late 30s on a run, mine was a remapped 2,7. 57plate,
     
  4. jonnyswan

    jonnyswan New Member

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    Thanks for the reply, we have only had the car for a week so I will keep an eye on the trip, my wife certainly doesnt drive it hard and the school run is an 10mile round trip of country lanes so I though low to mid 30s would be closer.
     
  5. Gavin0478

    Gavin0478 Active Member
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    manufacturers results are impossible to obtain as they are done on a fixed rolling road over a computer controlled cycle where minimum acceleration is uses as usually they are plugged in to a pc and driven that way.
     

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