skippydoodoo

Petrol Consumption -c180K Kompressor,1.6 (2009)

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Hi, I also got my C180 Pre FL 2nd hand in Dec 13. 87k mileage. Was getting shit FC like 6-8 L / 100 KM. After going to my friend's shop to try his carbon clearing on engine, it got back to normal 10L/100KM and above till now with mix of highway and city drive. You can go check it out their facebook at Klear Karbon or website at www.klearkarbon.com

Ya, I'm confused too. Initially you only use 6-8L to travel 100km, now you need to burn 10L to travel the equivilant distance? Isn't that an increase?

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:huh:Okok! Its official, my maths sucks....  I always got confuse by the MB litre/100km and the normal km/litre calculation... pardon me.. have edited again and this time sure correct!

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Ok easy.... Just post what u see on your dashboard.....

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MB is X.X L/100km meaning The amount of fuel needed to use to run 100km. The lower the number the better

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I am getting about 9.5 to 10 litres per 100 km which is equal to 10 km/litre.

 

10km/litre is the average ......... and I am happy with that ... anything better is a bonus.

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I getting 5.4/100km lowest for highway.

8.0/100km on average

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mine pre fl 2007 c200 ... 18" .. doing 10 to 10.5 l/100 km .... light foot .. tire pressure 250 kpa. Half highway half small road. Seldom above 90Km/h. Stay and work east so dont travel too much.

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2011 pre FL W204 on 18" AMG IV rims, staggered, F 240kpa + R 255kpa, on RON 95 SPC

 

cannot say i lightfoot and morning / evening jam along highway 

 

result = good week 520km before red light, bad week 475km before red light

 

daily commute both ways home --> work --> kids --> home = 65km

 

so on average 8 days pump once

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2009 Pre FL W204 C200K on 18" AMG, on Esso 5000.

I try to regulate my heavy foot but i hardly drive expressway.

Usually 450km before light comes on, about 12L/100KM

 

Very frustrating, FC goes up the slower i drive! So  F it, just whack. end up 13L/100KM, but reach home faster everyday LOL.

 

Seems very out of the ordinary, do i require some kind of tuning?

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C200K 2008, Esso8000,

I pump petrol when needle hits 1/2 mark. Usually the mileage is 300km

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2009 Pre FL W204 C200K on 18" AMG, on Esso 5000.

I try to regulate my heavy foot but i hardly drive expressway.

Usually 450km before light comes on, about 12L/100KM

 

Very frustrating, FC goes up the slower i drive! So  F it, just whack. end up 13L/100KM, but reach home faster everyday LOL.

 

Seems very out of the ordinary, do i require some kind of tuning?

Why dont you try Esso 8000 and see if there is a difference in the consumption ?

 

The cost may end up to be similar as 8000 cost more.

 

Just wondering whether there will be a different in consumption for 5000 and 8000.

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This is on my 1.6l 7G with the AMG Styling package..17" AMG staggered wheels, Piecha Quads..etc..

 

Never seen < 5.5 after installing piggyback and changing from fuel save 95 to 98..lol

 

Mileage usually 690-740km before reserve fuel light comes on :)

 

Imagine if North South..sure hit 1k km..

 

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LOL...just enjoy the ride dudez.

 

I have already given up hope on my car. Its latest reading is 13L/KM

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On SPC Ron92. Averaging 7.2l/100km on dashboard readings. On 18” 225/40R18 Hankook S1 Evo2 treadwear 260. 

One Full tank to light up appear just a little over 800km. Last top up after fuel tank light up at 59.945 litres.

Using Schnell 5w40 engine oil from Giant Supermarket. $24.90/4 litres without promotion. $19.90/4 litres with promotion.

Alternative using Carlube 5w40 engine oil from NTUC Supermarket. $19.90/5 litres with promotion.

Engine oil filter buy from Taobao S$6.87 inclusive shipping. Brand: Mahle. Code: OX 1080 D. Oil filter comes with 3 standard gaskets.

2011 July, FL w204 c180k 1.6 kompressor stock engine. 

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