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what is the average fuel consumption per 100/kms for a healthy vs

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i am wanting to know what is a healthy fuel consumption per 100/kms for a vs v6
 

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All depends on whether you do alot of highway or city driving and how you drive!!
 

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I drive long distances every week and usually average 9L/100km when doing 100km on the highway. I would say around 11-12 if you factor in some start/stop driving as well.......
 

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my fuel is 9.7 per 100km and i only do city driving

my is 9.7 per 100 kms and i only do city driving
 

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i get about 11L/100k's in my VS doing normal daily driving...its far from a typical, stock car though.
 

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I'd be looking at figures of around 7.5-8.5 litres per 100km for pure highway driving, and then city driving, assuming peak hour travel to and from work etc I would be looking at 11.5 to 13 litres per 100kms, especially if the traffic is stop start.

One thing to remember though, there is such a huge amount of variables for fuel consumption, so you will get a very large array of figures. It all depends on how heavy you are on the accelerator, the type of traffic, the grade of fuel used, the mileage and condition of the engine, whether the A/C is running, different air filters, fuel filters, even the viscosity of the oil being used can have an effect on fuel consumption.
 
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