Thats bloody good, £55:squintdan
it's cos of the car having 2 fuel tanks and a breather pipe. you need to let it settle for a couple of mins with the fuel cap off before you try filling it up. it's documented in the manual too.I stuck £30 in the other night (would have filled up but pump kept cutting out)
Had about 50 mile range plus the £30, got back in and it said range 132 miles
Anyway about the pump cutting out, ive had this a few times with pumps which seem high flow, even when holding the trigger so softly. Anyone else suffered from this
it's cos of the car having 2 fuel tanks and a breather pipe. you need to let it settle for a couple of mins with the fuel cap off before you try filling it up. it's documented in the manual too.
Think it's the way the range calculation is done. Obviously, it must use some average fuel economy figure to calculate range. This will be some historical average based on fuel economy data stored in the trip meter. Not sure what figure is used exactly (eg economy over last 10 miles, last 100, last 1,000, average as stored in the trip computer since it was last reset.....). Key point is that it will reflect recent driving style. I got into mine yesterday to drive to Silverstone (for the Race Academy daya - excellent day out!). Range said 140 miles so I though I might have to fill on the way, but it stayed at 140 miles for about the first 20-30 minutes and still said 70 miles when I got there (145 miles form home).Hi everyone,
Just been watching some you tube videos and spotted this one.
This guys fuel range on a full tank said he can do 266km!!! Thats about 165miles!! Is this normal? or is it because he must have been driving it pretty hard?
Here is the video - look around 3:04 for the view of the fuel range on the MFD
YouTube - My Car Collection Nissan GT-R
it will say 30 miles left for 25 miles then go to zero and start flashing!So, take no notice of these stats - it all depends how you decide to drive it.