Discussion in 'The Daily Grind' started by Gord, Dec 31, 2020.
I dunno Edwin, maybe a 1.2?
Took me a while to find out!
it’s a 5Dr Hatchback 1.2 55 E - seems pretty economical as I’ve only put 2.3 galls in and Guess Gauge is still higher than where it was when I picked up the car and I’ve done about 85 miles including some local running about at the weekend.
Thanks , Gord. Another car and engine they don't sell here.
Today in the Prius. 22 deg F in Elk Grove.
10.0 miles , fcd = 51.1 x .943 = 48.2 MPG.
The trip home this afternoon should yield mi-to-high 60's fcd.
Tank is approx 61 MPG fcd.
Today I am driving the Civic.
25 deg F in Naperville , 27 in Elk Grove.
A nice bit of tail wind (SW) helped me.
35.1 miles , fcd = 44.4 MPG.
Still in the Polo!
Put another 1.69 gallons in. Have done about 150 miles so far. I may hear about my car today......
In the Prius today. 29 deg F in Naperville , 32 in Elk Grove.
35.1 miles , fcd = 61.1 x .943 = 57.6 MPG.
Could be worse.
Driving the Prius from Glenview to Elk Grove.
35 deg F , wet roads.
10.0 miles , fcd = 56.5 x .943 = 53.3 MPG.
Today , in the Civic. 30 deg F , roads are covered with very slippery snow.
Yes , the traction-control works in this car. No , it , doesn't really make it any
easier to drive in 1st or 2nd gear. Yes, perhaps my tires are a bit old.
35.1 miles, fcd = 40.9 MPG.
The good news : the trip home in the Prius Friday night was 32.2 miles , fcd = 69.8 MPG.
The Prius sits at fcd = 61.7 x .943 = 58.2 MPG.
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