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Thinking of changing my car to a nissan juke,its got better ride height then my hyundi i20,the one i have been looking at is a 1.2 litre petrol three pot engine,the reveiws i have been reading are mixed some say they are good on fuel others say they can be heavy,if anyone has the 1.2 litre any feed back would be appreciated.

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Just now, yanto said:

I wouldn't go for the 12 litre engine. You'll be lucky getting 5mpg😉

Yeah, my 3.5ltr Landrover did less than 12mpg when flogged; dread to think what a 12ltr engine would return. 🙂

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6 minutes ago, yanto said:

I wouldn't go for the 12 litre engine. You'll be lucky getting 5mpg😉

Slip of the finger it should say 1.2 

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Better off inside one............................................

 

You don't have to look at the bloody thing then!

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The wife had one, either 1.4 or 1.5. It was very thirsty for the size of the car..

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Auntie and uncle had one, boot was tiny and the car was far too small inside for how chunky they look outside. That wasn't good on fuel, main reason they got rid of it. They were very sedate drivers. Think nun driving and that's them.

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Iv'e just bought a 2 yr old auto 1600cc Juke and i'm happy with it.  But it is a bit juicy, small boot, not a lot of room inside but enough for me. Yes they are funny looking things

but there are plenty of them on the road so they cant be all that bad. After driving a Vauxhall combo van for 8 yrs its lts like driving a Rolls Royce.

I can see me keeping it for a while.  

 

 

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2 hours ago, samboy said:

Iv'e just bought a 2 yr old auto 1600cc Juke and i'm happy with it.  But it is a bit juicy, small boot, not a lot of room inside but enough for me. Yes they are funny looking things

but there are plenty of them on the road so they cant be all that bad. After driving a Vauxhall combo van for 8 yrs its lts like driving a Rolls Royce.

I can see me keeping it for a while.  

 

 

Not a hairdresser by any chance, are you  ?        😉  

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I am going to test drive a susuki vitara tomorow,more money than i wanted to spend but a far better car.

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5 minutes ago, gemini52 said:

I am going to test drive a susuki vitara tomorow,more money than i wanted to spend but a far better car.

Go for the 12 litre version!:whistling:

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25 minutes ago, snarepeg said:

Got the Nissan Quasqui.

best run got 66 to the gallon, normal runs 50 plus.

diesle auto, 

You are doing very well there. My wife has same car and averaging 39.6mpg

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2 hours ago, WestonSalop said:

You are doing very well there. My wife has same car and averaging 39.6mpg

Is it Diesle?

had a freelander, nice comfortable but not that good on fuel.

this doubles the mileage.

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Test drove the susuki vitara today took it on the motor way and came back along b roads,it was avaraging 53.4 miles to the gallon with a 1.6 petrol engine and to b fair a joy to drive,so looks like the deal will b done,the salesman has the 1.4 boosterjet engine he reckons he gets about 40 out of his,proberbly better peformance but i want better mpg,its fast enough for me allright.

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17 hours ago, gemini52 said:

it was avaraging 53.4 miles to the gallon with a 1.6 petrol engine and to b fair a joy to drive,so looks like the deal will b done,the salesman has the 1.4 boosterjet engine he reckons he gets about 40 out of his,proberbly better peformance but i want better mpg,its fast enough for me allright.

Most makers now have the option of a small engine with a big turbo and a clever ECU. They can perform like a much bigger engine and they can also return excellent mpg but they don't do both at the same time. IOW, depending on your driving pattern you can have good economy or good performance. That's true for every internal combustion engine but it's much more marked with the snappy little turbo units which have a very small operating envelope for good mpg. Suzuki share some technology with Mazda and the latest non turbo, larger capacity engines can return high mpg figures without having to drive like old Mrs Scoggins and they're also much less stressed so potentially longer lasting as well.

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18 hours ago, gemini52 said:

better peformance but i want better mpg,its fast enough for me allright.

you'll be in traffic half the time anyway.

I drove home from work at midnight last Night, down the M6, an absolute pleasure very little traffic or nutters about. And people wonder why i work shifts 😄😄 

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Rented a joke just after they came out for my work in Poland. The passengers outside door handle came off in my hand. Goodbye Nissan.

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Had a Nissan quashqui(spelling)... Only had it 6 months but did 7k in that time, 1.5 tdi and it would do 55mpg all day long. A run from Doncaster to Hawick it was averaging 68 mpg. 

Good cars let down by the radio and the phone signal 

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