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Old 1st December 2012, 06:17   #1
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How many miles do you get from a tank?

Ok, only been driving the car for a week now, and so far in one week I did 2 fill ups. The gas light came on around 250 miles. Is that to be expected? I love driving the car, but man am I going to spend a fortune on gas!
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250 miles? I think your right foot might be broken.

Lucky to see 200.
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164-175 mpTANK more like it.
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i typically get around 200....and I literally fill up 5 times a week. I need to buy a commuter!!
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My avrg is about 165-170 per tank
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I'd be more than happy with 250!!!
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About 180-200 miles. The M was my final push to become self employed. Cost so much to commute I now have a company and work from home.

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