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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 31-07-16, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Consumption on NP300

Ok all,
The NP300 has been out now for nearly 6 months. How does your fuel consumption compare to what Nissan state.
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 31-07-16, 09:32 PM
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I'm getting about 10.5l/100km (26.9mpg) around town and 8l/100km (35.3mpg) on the highway.

2.3TT auto.

I've got 3000km up now and these numbers are still falling a little.
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post #3 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-08-16, 12:53 AM
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As it stands, the dash says 33.3 overall. She's done about 950 miles now and it's ready for a fill up. The first tank I managed a genuine 32mpg. This last tank it's done just over 400 miles on 3/4 tank. The automatic Trip reset generally gives me around 35/38 but my best was almost 47mpg! However that wasn't really fair as I set of from creg ny bar pub and basically drove downhill for a few miles to our hotel!

Still, Carlisle tomorrow so will see how she does once past the magic 1000 miles!

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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-08-16, 05:52 AM
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I've done around 3000 miles now and I've never seen the computer go above 27, most of my trips are short around town with occasional A road stuff, most with a heavy foot
Very similar to my old Pathy and D40 before that, certainly have never seen 30+, my thinking is, if I'd wanted a Prius I'd have bought one
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I'll add that the computer seems grossly inaccurate. My figures are based on litres added each refuel against the odometer. The trip computer over-estimates significantly, showing an average of 9.8 when the real figure is about 8.5.
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post #6 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-08-16, 07:41 AM
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Had mine about 11 weeks now, done 1300 miles and fill ups work out at 30.
Mine are mainly round town stop starting.
Will see soon what it's like towing twin axle caravan.


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post #7 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-08-16, 08:01 AM
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I'm constantly getting 30mpg around town and 35mpg on a motorway run (fully laden with 5 people and luggage). Towing a caravan on the motorway reduced this to 29mpg.

That's with a tekna auto

Far better than I expected so pretty happy although these numbers are from the dash and not a calculation.

One of the Australian reviews has a table showing about 10 pickups and their real fuel consumption alongside the manufacturers figures and a percentage difference. From memory the np300 was one of the more accurate figures compared to some.
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I'm constantly getting 30mpg around town and 35mpg on a motorway run (fully laden with 5 people and luggage). Towing a caravan on the motorway reduced this to 29mpg.

That's with a tekna auto

Far better than I expected so pretty happy although these numbers are from the dash and not a calculation.

One of the Australian reviews has a table showing about 10 pickups and their real fuel consumption alongside the manufacturers figures and a percentage difference. From memory the np300 was one of the more accurate figures compared to some.
That sounds quite reasonable what sort of motorway speed are you running at? With the auto what rpm is it pulling at 70mph?


My fill up today (second since new!) was @ 1015 miles and an average of 33mpg genuine.

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I know I'm geeky but here are the real figures from mine. Must admit I'm a tad disappointed as thought with 10k on the clock it would start to loosen up and get better. The odometer is well out as I've had mid to high 40's for 300 mile trips and then when come to fill up it hits 30.
Using Morrisons finest vintage, back to the old question is a brand better? Cant believe it would be THAT much better. Looking at the figures, to get the stated book mpg you need close to 600 miles per tank, Im a long way off that.
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post #10 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-08-16, 09:01 PM
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The dash of my 190hp tekna auto reads 7,7l/100 km. My calculating machine sais it is 8,2.
According to Google that is 34mpg.
I am using cruise whereever I can and tired a ballon to my right foot. (We drive in the right Side here)

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