Fuel Consumption Comparison! Top MPG Ratings and Fuel Economy Figures

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Seat Ibiza 5 door Gas Mileage and Car Performance Specs
Car Engine Specs
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Transmission System:
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Metric Fuel Mileage
Metric Urban Cold:
4.2 L/100km
Metric Extra Urban:
3.1 L/100km
Metric Urban Combined:
3.5 L/100km
Imperial Fuel Mileage
Imperial Urban Cold:
67.3 MPG
Imperial Extra Urban:
91.1 MPG
Imperial Urban Combined:
80.7 MPG
Car Emissions, Car Tax Bands, Euro Standard and More
Car Co2 Emissions g/km:
Annual Fuel Cost:
Car Euro Standard:
Euro 5
Car Tax Band:
Tax Band A
Car Noise Levels:
Annual Vehicle Tax:

* Based on driving 12000 miles per year at the current petrol price or diesel price (if applicable)
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Comment Date: 2/3/2016 8:25:00 AM
Name: William Smallwood
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Comments: 1) I'm William Smallwood (709)834-9700 and NfLb is blessed to have Limestone (Calium Carbonate) on over the 70% of the Port au Port peninsula just waiting to be bathed in Hydro-Chloric acid to chemically converted into Methane gas! 2) We get the Hydro-Chloric acid from salt from 1 to 3 seconds of seismic thickness time buried by about 5 seconds of sediamentary rock! Note that actually measures out to be between 1/2 and 1.5 seconds of sound travelling in 1 direction! 3) You then saturate the 8 parts of Limestone in 8 parts of Hydro-Chloric acid, reacting into 8 parts of Calcium Chlorate dust & 24 parts Oxygen gas and 8 parts Methane gas and 8 parts Hydrogen! 4) Electrolyze that 8 parts Methane into 4 parts Ethane gas! 5) Electrolyze that 4 parts Ethane into 2 parts Butane gas! 6) Electrolyze that 2 parts Butane into 1 part Octane gas! 7) Condense that 1 part Octane gas into 1 part Octane gasoline! JET FUEL! 8) I, William Smallwood, (709)834-9700, know how to electrolyze to make JET FUEL from lines 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7! Email me at williamroywsmallwood@hotmail.com, but the NSA, pronounced like NAZI, closed all hotmail accounts and haven't let Yahoo allow anyone they disappove of yet get an email account! Freedom of opinion indeed! They insist on higher OPEC influence, not I! The NSA loathes me because I want to destroy OPEC and free the oil marketplace! 9) Market that 100% pure Octane gasoline as the most powerful fuel you'll ever put into your jet! 10) Market it to environmentalists as polluting the bare minimum of 8 Carbons while Standard and Deisel carry excess Carbons in a molecule of fuel! 11) Be the first to talk to William Smallwood about starting a corporation to make synthetic gasoline! No one brags they were SECOND to have a great idea! 12) Market it to evironmentalists as freeing 3 Oxygen for every 1 Carbon! That's 1 more Oxygen than Carbon diOxide carries! Does the U.S. administration actually want

What is the Process for Testing Fuel Consumption of New Cars?
UK fuel economy and mpg ratings are provided by the Vehicle Certification Agency who performs tests to work out how many miles per gallon, liters per 100km and car Co2 emissions a car achieves. For the VCA's mpg calculator to take into account new car engines and get accurate average mpg they ensure the car has driven at least 1800 miles before carrying out tests.

The engine fuel efficiency is tested based on two distinct set of driving conditions. The first is the urban cycle which is meant to test city fuel economy. The second is the extra urban cycle which is meant to test highway fuel economy and country driving fuel economy. The urban cycle does not exceed 31 miles per hour and features accelerations, decelerations and idling over and 2.5 mile track. The extra urban cycle does not exceed 75 miles per hour with accelerations and decelerations over a 4.3 mile track. The top mpg of both tests is combined and weighted to work out the combined fuel economy mpg figure.

The fuel usage and fuel type has a bearing on the Co2 emissions which traditionally are lower for diesel cars. The Co2 emissions are used to work out the car tax band for the vehicle.

All car manufacturers must have the test done to show the car mileage and petrol consumption on a label which is fixed on all new cars for sale. This way potential owners can consider a vehicle list not only by car description and car make but they can also rank cars by mpg.