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Got jammie in July , and done 2000 miles .Just filled up for newyear , and reached 283 miles
Till next full up , THE MOST YET . It's still naff . Is anybody getting more than this yet ?? 🚙👎🚘
 

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Bloody **** , what am I doing wrong ? 🚙👎🚘
 

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May be your driving style.we all drive differently I get a great MPG on mine.
 

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Just put 30 in mine seems to have gone nearly up to the full, says it's predicted 264 miles, have reset the trip to keep an eye on it
 

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But I drive like a nun 😢
 

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How many miles you's upto , think I must still be braking jammie in 🚙👍🚘
 

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cost me £35 to fill her up and i get about 280ish on a full tank, id like to think i drive normally lol but i only drive short distances which is why mines lowish. i drove from Eastbourne to Leicester the other week and then filled up when i got back and was on nearly 400

this car is way better than the old cooper s i had cost me over £60 to fill and i would get less than 260 sometimes
 

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I don't understand how people are filling up their tank for under £40. I get just over half for £30. Weird?
 

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@gpfradgley - I was thinking the same, put half a tank in this morning cost £27 - Ifill up at supermarkets so it's not that I'm paying over the odds for fuel??
 

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That makes sense. Mines 100 SS 1.4
 

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I fill up for about £36 , got a 1.2ss🚙ðŸ‘�🚘
 

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I've got a 1.4 s/s 100 and it was around £40 to fill, and it gave me around 330 miles.Not quite done 2000 miles yet
 

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Mine was about £42
 

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Does anyone find, I do that if you fill up at supermarket station I get less miles out of when I have filled up at places like Shell or Esso..? I have currently a Corsa and costs me about £56 to fill up and driving on motorways eats fuel but driving to work for a shorter distance I get a heck more miles. thought driving longer distances is better?
 
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