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* From 2p per mile is based on (i) overnight electricity costs (British Gas standard tariff rates for a Customer paying by Direct Debit as at 13 December 2017, assuming seven hours of charging at the night rate and one hour on the day rate), (ii) 95% charging efficiency, and (iii) a range of up to 168 miles per full charge (assuming 95% efficiency). Actual consumption and range may vary due to driving style, road condition, air conditioning and other factors outside our control. Daily standing charge of 26p also applies. Relates solely to the cost of the electricity used to charge the New LEAF and takes no account of any other costs associated with running/owning the vehicle.

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Our True MPG tests are conducted on a rolling road in strictly controlled laboratory conditions, using a cycle based on real-world driving data.

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FAQs

MPG stands for miles per gallon and, as this name suggests, it’s the number of miles that a car can cover on a gallon of fuel. However, the actual figure will vary dramatically depending on traffic and weather conditions, and how smoothly or aggressively the car is being driven.

Lombardyexperience?’s True MPG fuel tests are conducted on a rolling road, under strictly controlled laboratory conditions. This means our tests are repeatable, because outside variables such as weather and traffic don't affect the results.

Tests are carried out at Millbrook Proving Ground, a centre used for regulatory approved vehicle emissions testing. Millbrook has the latest equipment for testing vehicles in a highly scientific manner.

Like Lombardyexperience?’s True MPG tests, the official tests are conducted on a rolling road, under laboratory conditions. However, these official test never require the engine to be worked hard, so the resulting figures don’t reflect what you’re likely to be able to achieve in the real world.

Lombardyexperience?’s True MPG figures show what you can typically expect from a car when it’s driven gently and within speed limits, but without resorting to unusual fuel-saving measures or any 'hypermiling' techniques.

Typically, the results are very different from the figures printed in sales brochures; in fact, based on cars we tested in 2016, True MPG results are 24.1% lower, on average, than the official figures.

The most efficient cars on sale today average almost 60mpg in Lombardyexperience?’s True MPG test, but anything over 50mpg is impressive.

All engines burn fuel and air, but when you accelerate in a car with a turbo, this compresses the air first, increasing the amount of oxygen available to mix with the fuel, and giving the engine more power than it would otherwise have.

In official tests, small, turbocharged engines also return higher MPG figures than bigger, naturally aspirated engines with similar power. However, this is because the engine isn’t being worked very hard, and therefore the turbo isn’t having to cut in; in real-world conditions and Lombardyexperience?’s True MPG test, the MPG advantage tends to disappear.

An engine burns less fuel at low revs, so changing up to a higher gear earlier and avoiding hard acceleration will improve your fuel economy. Simple steps such as closing your car’s windows and turning off the air-conditioning when you don’t need it, will also help.

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To convert the l/100km figure that’s used in Continental Europe into MPG, you simply divide it by 282.5.

L/100km to U.K. mpg Conversion Table

L/100 km UK mpg
1.0 282.48
1.5 188.32
2.0 141.24
2.5 112.99
3.0 94.16
3.1 91.12
3.2 88.28
3.3 85.60
3.4 83.08
3.5 80.71
3.6 78.47
3.7 76.35
3.8 74.34
3.9 72.43
4.0 70.62
4.1 68.90
4.2 67.26
4.3 65.69
4.4 64.20
4.5 62.77
4.6 61.41
4.7 60.10
4.8 58.85
L/100 km UK mpg
4.9 57.65
5.0 56.50
5.1 55.39
5.2 54.32
5.3 53.30
5.4 52.31
5.5 51.36
5.6 50.44
5.7 49.56
5.8 48.70
5.9 47.88
6.0 47.08
6.1 46.31
6.2 45.56
6.3 44.84
6.4 44.14
6.5 43.46
6.6 42.80
6.7 42.16
6.8 41.54
6.9 40.94
7.0 40.35
7.1 39.79
L/100 km UK mpg
7.2 39.23
7.3 38.70
7.4 38.17
7.5 37.66
7.6 37.17
7.7 36.69
7.8 36.22
7.9 35.76
8.0 35.31
8.1 34.87
8.2 34.45
8.3 34.03
8.4 33.63
8.5 33.23
8.6 32.85
8.7 32.47
8.8 32.10
8.9 31.74
9.0 31.39
9.1 31.04
9.2 30.70
9.3 30.37
9.4 30.05
L/100 km UK mpg
9.5 29.73
9.6 29.43
9.7 29.12
9.8 28.82
9.9 28.53
10 28.25
11 25.68
12 23.54
13 21.73
14 20.18
15 18.83
16 17.66
17 16.62
18 15.69
19 14.87
20 14.12
21 13.45
22 12.84
23 12.28
24 11.77
25 11.30
26 10.86
27 10.46
L/100 km UK mpg
28 10.09
29 9.74
30 9.42
31 9.11
32 8.83
33 8.56
34 8.31
35 8.07
36 7.85
37 7.63
38 7.43
39 7.24
40 7.06
41 6.89
42 6.73
43 6.57
44 6.42
45 6.28
46 6.14
47 6.01
48 5.89
49 5.76
50 5.65

All new cars registered from 1 September 2018 will be tested under a new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), which is designed to better reflect real-world driving than the current official test.

The net results of these tests is that cars will be rated on paper as being, on average, around 22% less efficient than they were – although, of course, they will still achieve the same results in the real world.

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