As I said b4 lussoman, just going off 'THB's' figures he quoted from owning a TBi. I was expect bigger fuel bills, but then again my car doesn't get used for the Mon-Fri commute. But Me myself, I never go off the computer rather just how often I need to stop at the government taxation pump. I did go off the computer once on the motorway, with the cruise control just set right on a flat straight & was seeing 33.3 mpg. Then I hit the incline & that figure dropped as the car had to maintain pace, but as the car hit the decline it told me 99mpg for a sort spell????. I thought that's got to be wrong & probably not correct anyway, (like the air-temp sensor read 26 today in Manchester), to try to achieve figures just to say it can be done seemed more of a boring drive to me. I use mine as an everyday car, but the Q4 just isn't that. It's more than an everyday car. It's to thrilling when it's running perfect to be an everyday car. Even surprised me today entering the motorway off the slip road when I out paced two lads who was up for a laugh in a Z4 3.0i 262hp coupe. He came off at the same junction rolled his window down & asked " what's in that?" Me, just a 3.2, he said "turbo?" Hahah! He must of been surprised he got out done by an Alfa or something. Not to boast or anything, but that's why I don't care about fuel figures. I can't help having a blast
Last edited by Clay19; 06-09-16 at 19:51.