In my case it takes me around 15 minutes to work (~20km). Its only rural roads and the 10min is somewhat the normal time it goes into gear to 90 degrees. The problem is I live in a hilly region with a lot of climbing and downhill. For this small trips I usually go around 7.8 l/100.
As said 5 or max 10 min is normal otherwise get it checked.
Anyway I got used to the consumption. And still I got the pretties car on the road. Not to say it is a lot of fun to press the pedal to the metal (although sometimes I see on the current measurements 40-50l/100km
My city consumption is 10l with average speed 28kmh. I do push it up to red revs every now and then. Ok it's bigger engine but weight is big as well at 1680kg.
A few days ago one of my front park lights just did not start. It said it is gone and I left it for the next day to repair. But on the next day it was working again. Any electrical issues I need to check for this?
Mine is doing it occasionally with a numberplate bulb
In overall I have less warning messages now when outside temp is above 5C, actually no warnings at all today at 8C
Mainly I'm happy that this msg is gone "Vehicle Protection system is not available"
The last one is from today. It was well warmed up but at some traffic lights the engine just vibrated and could not keep the idle speed constant. It moved between 850 and 950 rpm. It was a two times issue, and did not see it anymore today. Any comments on this.
A friend of mine asked the other day "wtf you got massage seats!?"
Today I felt the same, so it must be the some sort of programmed cycle, like guys said already either DPF regeneration or "fuel trim calibration" of the injectors.