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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 04:40 AM
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180hp. version here :-)


first 7500km avr. is 8.9lt/100km


last 3000+km avg. is 8.2lt traffic is really bad around here.... short trips of 6 kms or less in about 20-30mins




my best was 4lt driving with around 90km... and very gently :-)
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hi,

Stelvio 210 with lsd and standard 19" wheels:
100kmh 6l
130kmh 7.5-8ll
city 8.5 - 10l depends on traffic....

based on first 1000km.
Dna mosty N and A.
Thanks Milos

Mine also LSD but 20" and 255 front and 285 rear.
I still have average of 8,5 full tank.

Was is you r best mileage?

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Flavio,

I think that wider tires have noticable impact on consumption, but cannot tell how much...

I do not keep track of consumption over full tank, because it vary a lot depending on type of road and traffic conditions...

Because it is new car, I did not reset counter so for first 2200km avg is 6.8l. Average speed of the trip is 100kmh. Figure is based on trip computer readings.
2000km of highway driving with speeds between 90 and 130kmh.
100km were in dense city areas average speed around 20kmh avg (10l)
100km were in light city traffic avg speed 25-30kmh (less than 9l)
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Update after 10000km. 210hp 19" standard wheels.

5000km highway 110-140kmh - 7.0-8.5l adaptive cruise control always on.

3000km city 9.5 - 10.5l
2000km country side 50 - 90kmh - 5.5-6.0l.


Adblue 16l lasted 9000km.

total avg 7.6l

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in A - city
in D - highway
in A - country side (on straight roads)
in D - country side (curvy roads)

I can say that I dont like N.
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3 000km trip from Sofia-Bulgaria to Ibiza-Spain.... Sofia-Belgrade-Zagreb-Padoa-Genoa-Monaco-Nice-Barcelona-Valencia ferry to Ibiza.


8.0lt per 100km with roof box 480lt... BTW in France and Spain they were really strong winds, so that really effects when you drive with a big box. Otherwise I expect the consumption to be less then 7lt. Avg. speed was 107km/h for the whole trip.


Will see on the way back


p.s: paddle shifters are really must for me :-) will have to make another thread of how to install them on a Stelvio as I didn't have them from the factory
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@KGB did You drive over 130kmh for longer periods of time? Did You use cruise control?
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Diesel owners, based on your experience when red light for fuel reserve turns on?

when red lights there is 12 liters left in tank which is to much to be in red because orange light comes on few liter earlier.... also board computer says that i can drive 40km. But actually i can drive at least 150km more....
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@KGB did You drive over 130kmh for longer periods of time? Did You use cruise control?

Yep, Sofia to Nice ...130 up to 160 (no more then 160 with the roof box). After Nice 120 to 140 due to strong winds. No Cruise control as I had to adjust the speed according to the winds.

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well on holidays now... and did almost 2000km.. average 7.7L/100km.
5persons inside.. and all the stuff for 3weeks period. Surfboard on roof.

Not bad.. almost all in N 1700km . and D about 300km.

My Stelvio is doing its first oil change and inspection 20000km.

I don´t rely anymore at "fuel gauge"... I already went out of gas... and thinking that I would do more km with red light on.
For me.. no more.. when.. it light on.. I go to gas station.
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That is good.

On mine 210hp with 58l fuel tank yellow
light turns at about 10l - 12l left. Red turns on at about 6-8l left.

Older versions of 210hp, pre september 2018, had 64l tank so maybe reserve lights on differently.

Several times I had very large reserve margin, yellow light was on at 20l left in tank. So it is not consistent at all...

Good is that yellow reserve, so far, was never lit with less than 10l left in tank.
So i am pretty sure that i can manage at least 100kms...

It is better, for engine, that you never go to the lowest fuel level, because of dirt...
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