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Old 12-31-2003, 04:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi

On average what does a BMW M3 do on unleaded petrol in the UK in everyday use/motorway......etc
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not sure if this helps but I average 22.2 miles a gallon here in the states.
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Also don't forget that the gallon in the UK is bigger then the gallon in the US....sorry to add more confusion but I thought you should know.
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Depending how you drive it...

If you constantly/more or less shift through the gears (i.e: accelerating and seeing that needle dissapear over 30 in the "gas consumption" (for lack of actual term) dial.) Then you'll be seeing that other gas tank needle go down fairly quickly.

Though, if you take it easier...and try to resist all the "enthusiastic driving" temptations you might encounter. It's not so bad. Good size tank too.

If you want, I could closer observe my own consumption.

It'll be in Canadian dollars and metric system though...

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