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7.5 Km Per L Xtrail 2015 4x4 ?

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Is this normal ? Heard it does like 11 Km Per L. This was shown on average fuel consumption meter display. Didnt go on long distances though. Its a hybrid and still only 325 km done.

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technically it should be possible to swap a diesel power-train(Engine,Gearbox,Exhaust system) in to a non-diesel version,since the Gasoline,Hybrid and Diesel versions(unlike Prius,Harrier etc) share the same Chassis right?

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Better run-in the engine and do a consumption test. try driving without a/c. And check with a full tank.How sure are you of the fuel station's pump accuracy?

 

 

 

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you buy a xtrail and expect 20kmpl is absurd. Even the vezel does only 12kmpl

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10 hours ago, florider said:

X trail t 31 petrol does 7 plus in Colombo and 11 plus outstation s , so the previous model is better

For thel hingannaas, yes !

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I’m using a Xtrail and average Colombo city consumption is about 10 km/l. Best was 19.5 km/l, from Malabe to Matale via Kurunegala at late night. Sometimes consumption is only 3.5 km/l  for city/short driving + idle running when my toddler is sleeping in the car while I’m doing grocery shopping. Colleague of mine got 22 km/l as best on his Xtrail.

Point is there are too many variables and judging consumption without setting them is not fair for any Vehicle isn’t it? 

 

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4 hours ago, Quiet said:

you buy a xtrail and expect 20kmpl is absurd. Even the vezel does only 12kmpl

We were mislead by so called expertise

unfortunately suffering now!

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3 hours ago, The Stig said:

For thel hingannaas, yes !

Yea thel hingannass only, we wouldnt buy unless we were mislead by bad marketing and never trust a salesmen again they confirmed and saod guranteed 17-18kmpl in city and outstation 20++

 

stupidity at its best 

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On 8/22/2016 at 7:30 PM, gayankap said:

Is this normal ? Heard it does like 11 Km Per L. This was shown on average fuel consumption meter display. Didnt go on long distances though. Its a hybrid and still only 325 km done.

No advantage of being a Hybrid. The Petrol only similar vehicles compete these figures. May be poor R & D at the manufacturer.

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On 11/8/2017 at 10:55 AM, maersk said:

I’m using a Xtrail and average Colombo city consumption is about 10 km/l. Best was 19.5 km/l, from Malabe to Matale via Kurunegala at late night. Sometimes consumption is only 3.5 km/l  for city/short driving + idle running when my toddler is sleeping in the car while I’m doing grocery shopping. Colleague of mine got 22 km/l as best on his Xtrail.

Point is there are too many variables and judging consumption without setting them is not fair for any Vehicle isn’t it? 

 

I don't agree with you sir, the meter shows better fuel consumption sometimes when on high way after you reset it, then it decreases, it will never do the figures which you have given when your traveling over 80km/l. And on traffic it's always 7.5. This vehicle is a complete failure and the 4x4 having gear box issues. 😀 Even A*W people confirmed it.

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To all the people who are saying we are thel higannas please note the meaning of a hybrid even mercs and bmws come as hybrids and phevs these days. Are those people who buy those thel higannas too ? In the future sl gov. Is trying to make all there vehicles hybrids, are those ministers and all the buggers whose going to use those thel higannas too ? Please stick to your 1998 car models which do 8 kmpl anyway and leave the hybrid people alone 😁

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4 hours ago, gayankap said:

I don't agree with you sir, the meter shows better fuel consumption sometimes when on high way after you reset it, then it decreases, it will never do the figures which you have given when your traveling over 80km/l. And on traffic it's always 7.5. This vehicle is a complete failure and the 4x4 having gear box issues. 😀 Even A*W people confirmed it.

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To all the people who are saying we are thel higannas please note the meaning of a hybrid even mercs and bmws come as hybrids and phevs these days. Are those people who buy those thel higannas too ? In the future sl gov. Is trying to make all there vehicles hybrids, are those ministers and all the buggers whose going to use those thel higannas too ? Please stick to your 1998 car models which do 8 kmpl anyway and leave the hybrid people alone 😁

Are you referring to average fuel economy Gayan? Mine is 10.2 km/l, never reset so far. How about the fuel economy report as in this picture?

I usually get about 10 km/l in CMB city even in heavy  traffic. Outstation (non highway) about 14 & highway about 18. Definitely it does better than my previous Chevy Cruze which did about 8 average.

recently my brother borrowed my xtrail as his Premio met with an accident. His itinerary is pretty routine traveling to same places on same time of the day. At the end of the week his fuel cost was exactly double than what he usually spent on his premio. I didn’t ask the mileage but that’s a pretty decent comparison I guess.

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