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Date Registered: 07-2012
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Just thought i'de add my little triumph in fuel consumption. Caltex 91 unleaded. 700km on the mark. This was a trip from Canberra to Sydney. Around town a bit and back again. I actually missed a turn off for a service station at Goulburn so just dropped it back to exactly 110km and managed to make it home. Cant recall what the fuel consumption average was on the gauge but it was around 8/100. My fuel light was on with 2 bars from about Lake George. This was with Yoko Geolander ATS....
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Date Registered: 02-2012
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I own a 2012 2.5l petrol T-31. I have always gotten figures way worse than what I see posted on this forum. I constantly get 17 - 18 L/100 km in city driving. After a fill up the range shown by the trip computer is only 350 km. In the recent 15,000 km maintenance I asked the dealer to check this and said everything was ok. Any comments on this????
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Hi Jose,

As a new member to the forum who joined over a year ago, your first post should be made in the introductions section of the forum before posting anywhere else.

This gives you the chance to introduce yourself and be assigned a Member ID.

Please do so when you get a chance. Thanks.

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Date Registered: 03-2013
Location: Toowoomba, Queensland
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well my exy has been pretty sick recently but the fuel ecconomy is still shocking
my last tank was a 51L fill after 680km = 7.5L/100km
the tank befor that was a 53L fill to 650km = 8.15L/100km and that was towing a trailer from toowoomba to brisbane and back, and the return trip was with a washing machine and a 320l fridge up the toowoomba range.

it was ideling at 700rpm with a dead crank sensor 2500rpm @100km/h
after replacing the crank sensor its now ideling at 1000rpm so ill be interested to see what my ecconomy is like now


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Date Registered: 09-2012
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Hi Aaron,

I don't see anything wrong with those figures, especially if you are towing. Do I take it that you were being a little sarcastic? emoticon

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Date Registered: 05-2012
Location: Sunshine Coast
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well my exy has been pretty sick recently but the fuel ecconomy is still shocking
my last tank was a 51L fill after 680km = 7.5L/100km


Wir lacht eins.

Glad to hear your sensor problem has been resolved in your earlier thread today.

It seems that you, Maddy and I are at the cutting edge of fuel economy for the 2.5L version AWD's.

Meddy and I have logged on to Jalalski's Spritmonitor site to give fuel performance on the Global scale.

Spritmonitor: Jalalski


Then Meddy started his own identity & login. Slightly better performance as the car wore in.

He's the other Australian under 9L/100km

At the moment, I have the most economical 2,5L petrol X-Trail in the world on that site.

Some of the figures you have posted here leave me idling in neutral as you seem to run even more efficiently. Kudos.

I invite you to log a few thousand km of fuel usage onto the Spritmonitor site so we may do more direct comparisons.

The Spritmonitor site shows my average around 8.4 L/100km (over 28K+ km) and I know there must be other people doing the same or better, but there is no data to show that.

Personally, I think it would be good to have wider competition to find the most economical petrol 2.5L AWD X-Trail - IN THE WORLD..

Is anyone keen to have a go at that?.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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I would have loved the opportunity to lend my exy to one of you guys for tank-full to see how you manage to squeeze so many kms out of a tank emoticon

It must be some kind of magic or your driving your exy's downhill in neutral all the time emoticon

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Date Registered: 08-2012
Location: Cowra, Nsw
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Just returned from a 2 1/2 week holiday up to the Gold Coast. 2 adults, 2 kids, a 40L Engel (full) and all our crap in the back. Total of 3879km and average fuel useage of 9.3/100

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Date Registered: 11-2008
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All I have to do to improve the fuel economy in our X trail is take over the driving, the distance to empty just starts rising even towing a 1 tonne boat. Wife must think the throttle only has two positions.

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Date Registered: 04-2014
Location: Central Coast NSW
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Hi Guys;
Just purchased a 2010 t31 2.5 auto X trail.
After driving around the burbs for about 200 k I hit the highway for a further 254k.
I used a total of 42 litres giving me an average milage of 9.3 l/100k or 30mpg old school.

Not too shabby, until I compare it to my Ford falcon 4.2 litre falcon which gets 9l/100k or 30,9 mpg doing the same driving.

There are, of course, differences such as coefficient of wind resistance, gearing and the fact that the ford is a serious heap of crap.
The X Trail is more comfortable in that I can get in or out without hitting my head on the damn roof, or twisting my knee on the dam pedals or hurting my back contorting myself to fit into the ford.
(I have a back injury, and getting out is something to see, Imagine a big fat bloke crawling out of a car on his hands and knees so he dont have to twist to get out of the damn ford)

In addition, I expect that the X Trail will get better milage than the ford around town.
The ford hits 13-16l/100k non highway driving.
and with the boat on this gets up around 20-22l/100k, it really hates the boat.

Am I sorry I bought the X Trail to replace old Fix Or Repair Daily?
Not on your nelly, I love the X Trail, The little loss of power is just a trade off for comfort and ease of access and egress.
And the space in the back is fantastic.

Its considerably quieter than I expected too, Being a small truck, I expected a very noisy ride, like my old Honda Civic, but no, a little wind noise and a bit of tyre noise and you dont even hear the motor unless you give it some.

9-10l/100k, OK by me.

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