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  1. crimbo

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    Hi there,
    Can anybody tell me what mpg I can expect to get from a recently purchased 2004 autocruise starblazer low profile 2.8 hdi :unsure:
     
  2. DavidG58

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    bit late asking now:cautious:

    18-20? :D

    starting low so you will be happier by the end (y)
     
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    Don't worry, if you can afford to buy it, you can afford to run it. ;)
     
  4. mapa

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    I've got a 2006 starblazer. Mpg is not great, 20 Max but a lot depends on the load you are carrying. I'm going from Essex to Matlock this weekend and the round trio will cost me £60-£70. Nice van though if you can cope with the eberspacher heater which drives me mad at times :)
     
  5. PP Bear

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    MPG has only recently been covered in an earlier thread :)

    Lots of examples, including mine, are on there. I run a 2.8 Coach Build hi line and av 25.18. Best is 34.91, worst is 22.12. All depends on the weather, high winds etc and of course, how heavy your right foot is and how you drive it :)

    Download the app MPG Calc and start to monitor your own fuel usage. Very helpful app. It's covered in the link below under my post as PP Bear.

    This link will take you to the post. Hope it helps :)

    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/forum/threads/mpg.88618/page-2
     
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