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Hi I am brand new to the forum so may I say Hello to all members.

I am looking to buy a September 2009 Q5 2.0 TFSI SE AUTO. Test driving it on Friday and will most likely buy.

I am aware of the figures quoted by AUDI but was wondering in reality what MPG people are acheiving?

I currently own a 2008 A4 2.7 TDI V6 auto which is giving me around the 40 MPG mark as I do 60 miles a day round trip to work, of which about 50 is dual carriageway but can be stop start due to traffic.

I cannot afford a brand new Q5 an idealy would have liked another diesel auto but they are like hen's teeth and the few that are around are still out of my range.

Thanks

Alan
 

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Hi I am brand new to the forum so may I say Hello to all members.

I am looking to buy a September 2009 Q5 2.0 TFSI SE AUTO. Test driving it on Friday and will most likely buy.

I am aware of the figures quoted by AUDI but was wondering in reality what MPG people are acheiving?

I currently own a 2008 A4 2.7 TDI V6 auto which is giving me around the 40 MPG mark as I do 60 miles a day round trip to work, of which about 50 is dual carriageway but can be stop start due to traffic.

I cannot afford a brand new Q5 an idealy would have liked another diesel auto but they are like hen's teeth and the few that are around are still out of my range.

Thanks

Alan
Hello Alan,

Welcome to the forum


Hope you get the information you are seeking - I'll be surprised if you don't


Cheers,

Kev
 

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Hi I am brand new to the forum so may I say Hello to all members.

I am looking to buy a September 2009 Q5 2.0 TFSI SE AUTO. Test driving it on Friday and will most likely buy.

I am aware of the figures quoted by AUDI but was wondering in reality what MPG people are acheiving?

I currently own a 2008 A4 2.7 TDI V6 auto which is giving me around the 40 MPG mark as I do 60 miles a day round trip to work, of which about 50 is dual carriageway but can be stop start due to traffic.

I cannot afford a brand new Q5 an idealy would have liked another diesel auto but they are like hen's teeth and the few that are around are still out of my range.

Thanks

Alan
When driving around town, my 2.0TFSI consumes anywhere from 12 litres per 100km up to 20L/100km, the average being 15L/100km.

Highway is around 9.5-12 litres/100km, depends on the speed.

The general average for the whole 14,000km I had driven so far is 12.5L/100km.

The absolutely lowest consumption I got from the car was 7.2 litres per 100km when driving on highway with speed of 90-100km/h (set with cruise control).
 

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had my 2.0 TSFI Sline for 18 months, here are real life mpg

Around town 19-22 mpg
Motorway (staying within 70 mph and not thrashing it) I got on an hour long drive london to Hythe....wait for it....34 mpg the best ever
Normal Motorway driving is 26-29

Not the greatest but it is 210 bhp and much nipier and quieter than the tdi
 

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had my 2.0 TSFI Sline for 18 months, here are real life mpg

Around town 19-22 mpg
Motorway (staying within 70 mph and not thrashing it) I got on an hour long drive london to Hythe....wait for it....34 mpg the best ever
Normal Motorway driving is 26-29

Not the greatest but it is 210 bhp and much nipier and quieter than the tdi
I converted my l/100km values into MPG and the best consumption I got for 2.0TFSI is 39.2 MPG. This was for a 250km highway trip, I was carrying some specific cargo and had to accelerate very slowly and kept a speed of around 55miles/h. So, in praxis, with "grandmother's" driving it is possible to get nearly 40 mpg from this engine.

On the other side of the spectrum, around town I get 18-19 mpg in average.
 
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