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Jessh

R34 sedan - fuel consumption

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R34 fuel consumption- N/a sedan auto

Are r34’s really shit on fuel? 

Like I’m not a lead foot & most of my driving is on highways. I’ve filled up twice, once with 95 & once with 98 & am reaching the halfway mark on the fuel gauge after only doing 190-200kms? 

That’s around 15L/per 100kms or 6.67km/per L... Is this normal ??

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Have you calculated from the actual litres you put in? Or is it "half of 65 litre tank"? How many actual litres for that 200km?

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Yeah need to go by km/l not the gauge, usually around 10km/l , highway usually a bit better 

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I based that Calculation off 60L.. if it was 65L then my consumption would be even worse aka  16.25l / per 100km

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Fill it up, zero the trip, drive & then fill it again to calculate k/l

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The fuel tank in a R34 GTT has the light coming on at 50L (or near, think 48-50L).

So half the tank indicated (which ALSO isnt linear) is 25L for your 200km. Which while not great, isn't too far from the realm of possibility for city driving.

I remember in the day I could get 600km from a tank, in a GTT, in an Auto... if that entire tank was used at 100-110kmh on a highway (i.e driving to Sydney).

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