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    Default 308 2.0HDi fuel economy

    2010 308 Touring 2.0HDi 6speed auto.

    I should point out that the car wasn't driven to achieve good fuel economy - this is just what the outcome was from setting the cruise to the speed limit and driving.

    Notice the temp as well - so this distance was also with the climate control set to 19degrees.

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    distance - 800 km
    average speed - 107 km/h
    fuel consumption - 5.2 l/100 - that's 54mpg in old school figures

    308 2.0HDi fuel economy-peugeot-308-economy-img_20180318_183037834.jpg


    Yes I could have achieved better fuel economy by driving without the cruise control - but that wasn't the point.

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    Yes totally believable . I have had 5.3 from my 407 2 litre HDI . Great isn't it

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    That is exactly the figure I got on the open road over the same distance, Melbourne to Sydney, when I bought my C5, same year model and engine/g'box, and that was never having driven it before (other than around the block).

    But, when you fill up and do the figures, the actual figure is always about 0.5 higher, assuming that the odo is accurate. As my speedo is only 2% out on worn tyres, and 3-4% on new ones, I do assume that the distance covered is accurate enough for meaningful calculations.

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    I reckon that's a great figure for a torque converter auto - the lockup on the torque converter is the greatest saver. I've done the same trip in the manual Touring with a figure under 5.0 l/100 but for an auto that's fantastic.

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    One of the joys of the 2.0 hdi .My 307 Touring 6sp auto regularly gives 900 km
    Per tank, with the aircon on 20 deg. That is local running. Easily over
    1000 km on freeway trips. One can



    easily destroy these figures if playing boy racer with the manual shift option. But it does demonstrate the remarkable acceleration lying just below the surface.


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