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Nick591



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Tonga Green

I get around 24 mixed local driving with trips up to 10-15 miles but including a lot of quite short trips when it barely gets warm. On a long run say 250 miles mostly motorway at steady 70ish with the usual variations I get around 30. However if I travel at nearer 80 that drops to around 27. 2008MY Tonga Green Vogue SE TDV8

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Paulus1978



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Location: Leicester
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England 2008 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Santorini Black

Mine varies, depending on the road. After a 280 mile round trip down the M11 to London and back I'm currently sitting at 32mpg, but if i do my usual daily drive from home to J26 of the M25 and back I get (traffic permitting) up to 39mpg.

Admittedly, I only achieve this thanks to setting the cruise control at 60 and letting Classic FM soothe my way.

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Davlyn



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United Kingdom 2010 Range Rover Vogue TDV8 Santorini Black

I used to get 30 mpg out of my 3.6 on a regular run from Cornwall to Manchester. Since having it mapped and the EGR’s deleted out and also running it on Shell v-power diesel it returned 36.1 on the same trip this week. The map only increased the BHP marginally but the torque went up to 550nm so the pull is awesome. I’m conscious of the fact though that the increase in torque takes the gearbox close to its limits so never really boot hard from a stand still.

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