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  1. 2.5 Allroad fuel tank range 
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    Hi all

    New member here Iím looking to get a 2004 Allroad 2.5, Iíve seen 30/35mpg is normal for the car, just curious though, what sort of range are folks getting from a tank, and cost to fill,

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    Welcome. The fuel tank contains 75 liters. (20 gallons)
     
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    Not sure if the AR tank is the same as the SE sport, mine costs about £80 to fill, I get a range of approx 320 miles according to the on-board diagnostics, my driving is always town driving and the best I've gotten is 23mpg, not taken it on a long distance jaunt yet as I have a leaking torsion box and don't want to risk it, it drops a few miles to between 18-20 if I boot it in sport mode.
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    £75-£80 to fill from empty. Average consumption from 6 speed manual I have seen over the last 8 years has been 34mpg, but on a long economical run it cangive up to 44mpg. Average between fill ups is around 400 miles.

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbilluk View Post
    Hi all

    New member here I’m looking to get a 2004 Allroad 2.5, I’ve seen 30/35mpg is normal for the car, just curious though, what sort of range are folks getting from a tank, and cost to fill,

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    I have a 2.5 tdi allroad with an auto. I get around the 30mpg doing around 70 -80 on the motor way. Around the town it's about 24mpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbilluk View Post
    Hi all

    New member here Iím looking to get a 2004 Allroad 2.5, Iíve seen 30/35mpg is normal for the car, just curious though, what sort of range are folks getting from a tank, and cost to fill,

    Many thanks

    James
    In an interstate 470 miles ride on a fuel tank. On city trips 410 miles on a fuel tank. (Tip trans' )
     
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