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      08-16-2018, 03:14 PM   #67
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I get constant 17-18l/100km (16 mpg).
I do 200-250km per tank.
I don't care.
I love it.
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      08-21-2018, 09:23 PM   #68
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20.2 mixed Highway and City. I'd say it's honestly not as bad as I had envisioned.
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      08-21-2018, 09:57 PM   #69
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23-24 mpg mixed city/freeway (50/50%). drive 40 miles per day.
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      08-26-2018, 04:53 AM   #70
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from England to Holland i got 400 miles to the tank doing steady 70mph the whole way.

Normally around 250-300 miles to the tank
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      08-26-2018, 07:11 AM   #71
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15,4 l/100km on average...
How do you guys even get 12 l/100km???
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      08-27-2018, 01:45 AM   #72
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typical Sydney traffic, average speed 28-32km, normally get 14.5 - 15.6 L/100km, don't really care. Cannot drive in comfort mode.
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      08-27-2018, 06:50 AM   #73
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15,4 l/100km on average...
How do you guys even get 12 l/100km???
11.2 l/100km here, combination of city and winding highway about 50:50.

How do I do it? Spirited driving where I can enjoy it, more sedate in the City where I would just seem like an a-hole if I raced from stoplight to stoplight.
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      08-27-2018, 02:58 PM   #74
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15,4 l/100km on average...
How do you guys even get 12 l/100km???
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11.2 l/100km here, combination of city and winding highway about 50:50.

How do I do it? Spirited driving where I can enjoy it, more sedate in the City where I would just seem like an a-hole if I raced from stoplight to stoplight.
I'm at about 22 mpg (~11l/100km) on my last two tanks of 50/50 driving. Like Bluenose-2er I drive spirited when I can but I'm more sedate puttering around town where I could get a ticket in second gear and arrested in third.
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      08-27-2018, 06:45 PM   #75
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After 10,000 miles 21.4 mpg 50/50 plus 3 track days.
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      08-29-2018, 04:52 AM   #76
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Consistently seeing 11.5 l/100 kms. after 3,000 kms. of mostly secondary roads (with increasing pressure on the throttle pedal after breaking-in) and some autobahn.
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      08-29-2018, 05:19 AM   #77
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I'm at round about 11.3 l/100 km, the car is used daily and luckily my commute includes some quieter rural sections, so I get to enjoy driving the car properly every day, but I guess most of the time I'm just pottering around in traffic.

I am quite impressed with the fuel use on motorways though, if I stay below 3000rpm, it's 'relatively' efficient.
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      08-29-2018, 06:04 AM   #78
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After 10.000 km, Spritmonitor says 10,67 l/100km. Always 98octane.
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      08-29-2018, 06:18 AM   #79
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I used to drive a Mini Cooper when I cared about gas mileage and wanted something that was a fun driver and easy on the wallet. When I bought my M2, I decided to quit caring about it and just drive.....! No idea what I'm getting and I don't care anymore
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      08-29-2018, 08:50 AM   #80
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Strange, yet you are on a thread that's concerning fuel consumption. You might want to start another one on if you "don't care" about fuel consumption.

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      08-29-2018, 05:23 PM   #81
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My rule of thumb:
  • spirited driving: each quarter of the fuel gauge represents ± 75 km (± 47 mi);
  • normal driving (including city): each quarter of the fuel gauge represents ± 100 km (± 62 mi);
  • highway cruising: each quarter of the fuel gauge represents ± 125 km (± 78 mi).
Good rule of thumb...

Only trouble is, the fuel gauge on the M2 is divided into sixths, NOT quarter tanks....

We need a new Rule of Thumb!
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      08-29-2018, 07:03 PM   #82
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15,4 l/100km on average...
How do you guys even get 12 l/100km???
Not driving the car the way it's supposed to driven

Just kidding. I've been getting around 11L/100km when I take it easy and don't drive in stop and go traffic.
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      08-30-2018, 12:47 PM   #83
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10L/100km on the BC... previous owner managed 9.1!
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      08-31-2018, 10:20 AM   #84
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My rule of thumb:
  • spirited driving: each quarter of the fuel gauge represents ± 75 km (± 47 mi);
  • normal driving (including city): each quarter of the fuel gauge represents ± 100 km (± 62 mi);
  • highway cruising: each quarter of the fuel gauge represents ± 125 km (± 78 mi).
Good rule of thumb...
Only trouble is, the fuel gauge on the M2 is divided into sixths, NOT quarter tanks....
We need a new Rule of Thumb!
Nope, on my EURO-spec M2 the old Rule of Thumb still rules.

Here's why:

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      02-07-2019, 06:02 AM   #85
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its takes 11.1L for 100kms. Fuel- 98 Octane
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      02-08-2019, 01:49 PM   #86
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I have a 24.1 mpg average over 18 months... including my autocrossing habit and some track time, as well as some (not a lot) spirited driving on the roads. It's my daily driver. 50/50 split between city stop-and-go traffic and highway/expressway. Has come down just a little bit from the break in period, when I really took it easy.
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      02-09-2019, 03:52 AM   #87
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Probably same. I do have average about 13.2 l/100 km, 17.8 mpg, 90% city and around city driving.


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Sure that's obvious, but did you notice any changes after the first service or is it pretty much the same before and after?

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Definitely use a BMW Collision Repair Center. Do not fool around with regular dealer body shops or some other "best place around". A bmw CRS will repair the car to exacting standards. Also, this looks like about a $20k hit. Not really all that bad. 5 weeks to complete restoration is my guess. Make sure to get a rental loaner from the fellow who hit your car. You will appreciate your car all the more when it is as good as new.







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