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Old 10-30-2006, 02:16 PM
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you crazy brits
That's right. We're all a bunch of ****ing nutcases, you look at me funny and I'll have your kneecaps, boy
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:26 PM
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(new) Audi A6 Saloon 2.4-V6 petrol

Drive like your nuts are on fire = 'Fuel economy!? WHAT A JOKE!!'
Drive normaly = about 26MPG

Mind you, my right foot is make of lead and I live in a valley in a VERY hilly area.

Full 70litre fuel tank lasts around 340miles

Dual Zone Climate Control always set to 20 degrees centigrade
Radio/CD (MMI System in general) always on
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:35 PM
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(new) Audi A6 Saloon 2.4-V6 petrol

Drive like your nuts are on fire = 'Fuel economy!? WHAT A JOKE!!'
Drive normaly = about 26MPG

Mind you, my right foot is make of lead and I live in a valley in a VERY hilly area.

Full 70litre fuel tank lasts around 340miles
erm.... what car???
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I don't know the Bonneville's Fuel economy. I never actually took the time to calculate the number of gallons I buy compared to the miles driven.
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:37 PM
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I don't know the Bonneville's Fuel economy. I never actually took the time to calculate the number of gallons I buy compared to the miles driven.
It goes that fast eh??
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:38 PM
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erm.... what car???
The one I lost...
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I don't know the Bonneville's Fuel economy. I never actually took the time to calculate the number of gallons I buy compared to the miles driven.
Should be a lot like mine. The Buick, driven at an average of 85mph, gets like 20-23mpg
Excuse me, I forgot you car is driven at 1milMPH because its the special AXB edition.
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:41 PM
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The one I lost...
Oh... well done...
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The one I lost...
How do you lose a car?
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How do you lose a car?
try excessive speeding
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:46 PM
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Oh no henk! No speeding involved! Answer to your question, see the 'My '05 Audi A6' thread in 'Users Rides'
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try excessive speeding
No, that's having a car taken from you. "Lose" makes it sound as though he has misplaced it.


And he did...


You can't find the car, eh? This is why I have friends who don't drink...
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Oh no henk! No speeding involved! Answer to your question, see the 'My '05 Audi A6' thread in 'Users Rides'
You'd better pray to God you don't 'lose' either of your next possible cars, because I will steal whatever it is. Do you hear me? I will find it and take it for my own!

Oh yeah, anyone want to buy an '05 reg Audi A6? It's quite nice. Found it the other night. £10 and it's yours.
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:54 PM
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You'd better pray to God you don't 'lose' either of your next possible cars, because I will steal whatever it is. Do you hear me? I will find it and take it for my own!

Oh yeah, anyone want to buy an '05 reg Audi A6? It's quite nice. Found it the other night. £10 and it's yours.
Careful Sam... lol
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1991 Honda DA9 integra Ls, 1.8L, completely stock, 91 octane fuel, flat roads, drives to work and back mainly:
28mpg, 8L/100km

1996 Mazda 323 Astina, 1.8L, stock, 91 octane fuel, flat roads, drives me everywhere. 30mpg, 7l/100km

2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4.7L V8, mainly suburban driving with some highway, 95 octane fuel, mileage is directly related to whether it's broken again or not.
15mpg, 15L/100km

1974 leyland mini. 1275cc motor, runs on leaded, mileage not applicable as it hasn't been driven much, and the motor is in the workshop

2004 Porsche 911 GT3, 3.6L, runs on 98 octane fuel, driven easy to hard.
19mpg, 12L/100km
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