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How many miles should a 2005 Ford Mondeo Zetec 1.8 petrol do?
David O MAhoney (Dungarvan)
I've a 2010 Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi. Will remapping the engine's ECU really improve the economy? I'm getting 46- to 49mpg now and there are 57k miles on the clock (it's a UK import).
Denis O'Gorman (Galway)
If my fuel economy is only 19mpg can I go back to the vendor to have it rectified?
Finian Healy (Dublin)
I've a problem with the fuel range on a 2008 Toyota Avensis D4-D 2.0 T2. Mileage is 100,000. Until recently when I filled up with diesel I got a range of 620 miles for a tank of fuel; now I'm only getting 590 miles. Can you please tell me what the problem is and how I can sort this please?
All information gratefully accepted.
Martina Lynn (Ballina)
How economical is the 2010 Audi A6 automatic 168bhp please?
Liam Mccarthy (Macroom)
How economical is the diesel 4x4 Hyundai Tucson compared to a petrol one?
Karen Hyland (Meath)
I am only getting 40mpg from a diesel Peugeot 407 on long trips; what can be the problem?
Ken Power (Waterford)
What economy should I be getting from my 2011 Toyota Avensis estate? It's a 2.0-litre diesel with 90,000 miles on the clock.
Stephen Woods (Drogheda)
Hello, is it possible to disconnect the stop-start system on a 2010 Volkswagen Passat 1.4 DSG TSI? I find it annoying and I am not convinced it does anything to lower fuel consumption.
Stephen Murphy (Bray)
What mpg does the Mazda3 saloon 1.6 petrol return?
Maria Whelan (Letterkenny)
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