Thank you! I actually have the owner manual but have had some trouble understanding it! It seems that when I press the button on the end of the stalk it then returns to the main menu and ends up in a loop?Right-hand stalk, press repeatedly until you see what you require on the display.
Pages 36-39 in the owner manual. If you don’t have one you can get them relatively easily in hard copy or as a download.
You’ll find it useful for this sort of thing.
I don't seem to be able to select anything other than the range. Would that be the only information available for B?It will loop through all the options as you press the button repeatedly but ought to stabilise on the last selection. If it doesn’t that’s odd. I usually have average consumption for A selected, I rarely bother with the others except for instantaneous consumption once in a while.
I was hoping to do the same but when I tried to set it, it consecutively reset everything and the mileage that I started with on collection was lost as well as the consumption data of the first full tank of fuel.I use B as a running accumulation for since I bought mine.
Thank you everyone, managing it now!No, you should just press the stalk to cycle the display screens and it should stay on each one unless you press it again.
A long press if you’re looking at the A data will reset it, a long press while looking at the B data will reset that.
I'm puzzled about this again.......I have had two 50 litre tank refills in the Cloverleaf and the tripmeter suggests that I have averaged 36 MPG - on both checks!? The maths appear correct - average around 400 miles per 50 litres (from warning light flicker) but the average consumption indicator never bettered 26.9 MPG. I'm in London mainly but with a mix of motorway as well...and on occasion I'm enthusiastic but have not tried the Dynamic mode since the purchase road-test........?!Thank you everyone, managing it now!
Thank you Iron Wizard. I'm able to reset correctly but still bewildered by the 36 MPG mixed driving return!It’s probably best to take the trip computer average with a pinch of salt. I checked mine against almost empty fillups and it was close, but a bit off (I forget by how much). You’ll also have to reset the trip at each fillup by holding the stalk button for a few seconds.
The trip settings were made just prior to my purchase of the Cloverleaf but I made a blunder by resetting Trip A that had been zeroed from the time of engine repair and Trip B is being used between fill-ups. The average consumption indicated for A and B are very close indeed (28/29 MPG) but do not reflect the actual consumption that is 36 MPG!?I have a diesel so can’t help with what sort of consumption you should expect from a petrol, unfortunately. It’s odd that the trip is so far out though.... Just a thought, you’re not looking at trip B and it’s showing a longer overall average? I only ask as I use trip A between fillups and trip B between services so I can get two figures. So my trip B is a different figure to A.
Very good idea to re-confirm using odometer. Also, obtaining the average, "average" will help potential buyers because for many years I was misled into believing the 1750 TBi was a "guzzler". After two re-fills since purchase, it appears that my Cloverleaf has a better return than my 147 1.6 TS and 156 1.8 TS!+1 for the above. In fact, if a few of us do it, we could see what the average, "average" is....if you see what I mean.