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    Question What's your MPG?

    The answer might already be out there but here goes anyway.
    I didn't buy a CTR for it's fuel economy but am curious about what those owners running a totally stock set up are getting.
    My 2011 FN2 has 35,000 on the clock with a new standard air filter & I have only had the car just over a month so still getting used to it.
    My daily commute is quite hilly so would expect to get lower mpg. However, with a bit of flat road driving and the occasional vtec splurge I seem to be getting 30-32 mpg.
    Honest John real MPG suggests that we should be getting 99% of the official so my figures sound spot on.
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    mine does 31-33 2008 with 32k , long runs and short ones ,but as got a induction kit on

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    Last tank in the EP3 worked out at about 26mpg

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    EP3 on 109k with Hondata & accompanying upgrades, driven steady 30-35mpg, on track 12 mpg
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    FN2 2007 68k averaging 36mpg at the moment,spirited driving is 29mpg.

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    Ep3 93k on average I get 28mpg mostly on B roads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowds View Post
    EP3 on 109k with Hondata & accompanying upgrades, driven steady 30-35mpg, on track 12 mpg
    Managed to get it down to 8mpg on a good day!

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    That’s good going

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    My 2008 FN2 GT with 88k on (fresh service/filters) used to get 30-32mpg normal driving over a full tank.

    Just under 30 if combining with a couple of country blasts.
    Couldn't complain.

    I now have a Clio RS200 (non-turbo) and I have to nurse that to get 30-31mpg. Its not very economical at all and thats completely stock too.
    Hell I get 32mpg out the Porsche giving it some beans
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMR View Post
    My 2008 FN2 GT with 88k on (fresh service/filters) used to get 30-32mpg normal driving over a full tank.

    Just under 30 if combining with a couple of country blasts.
    Couldn't complain.

    I now have a Clio RS200 (non-turbo) and I have to nurse that to get 30-31mpg. Its not very economical at all and thats completely stock too.
    Hell I get 32mpg out the Porsche giving it some beans
    what made you swap to an rs200?

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