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Old 08-06-20
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Hello
I introduce myself, I am from Spain and I have a pajero from 2016 automatic transmission . (3.2 DiD diesel)
I have two questions if you can help me.
What average fuel consumption do you have? my car has underbody protections, winch, + 4cm height, 265/70/17 bf goodrich all terrain wheels.baid rims and EGR canceled.
In the city, less than 14l / 100km is difficult
fast reels (120km / h) average 11L/100km
montains or dessert more than 16L

Is it normal?

Is it possible to see if it regenerates DPf with the torque pro?

sorry for my English.

Regardas
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welcome

Mine is so far pretty stock with about 50kg accessories. Depends on the traffic, mine does 13 to 14 L in city, 9 in highway, 15 in dirts. I would say not bad for yours.
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My 2016 gets about 9.5 -10lt per 100kms on the highway. Towing my camper trailer (about 700kgs) this goes to 11lts per 100kms On the bush tracks this will be 13.
I have a alloy bull bar and all steel underbody protection. Usually it is just my wife and I on board.
My tyres are the standard 265/60r18 so a little smaller than yours. They are also an all terrain type not mud terrains so this would make them more economical. My 2016 pajero does not have a dpf. They came here in 2017 I think. My motor is 147kw the dpf motor is only 141kw I beleive and is geared slightly higher.
Your figures sound maybe a bit high but not a lot.
Also I am older and drive gently
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My 2015 NX gets similar figures around 9L/110 on the highway and 12-13l/100klm when towing a 16' caravan which weighs about 2200kg.

No dpf on my model and I have an alloy bar and steel underbody protection, dual batteries, roof tray plus drawers and a fridge in the back.
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thanks for your support.
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They seem quite high. How many Ks have you done and have you done a manifold clean? I get between 9-11L/100km around the city in my MY16 NX non DPF.
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I think the 147kw models have more power and less consumption than mine with 141kw.
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Hello
I introduce myself, I am from Spain and I have a pajero from 2016 automatic transmission . (3.2 DiD diesel)
I have two questions if you can help me.
What average fuel consumption do you have? my car has underbody protections, winch, + 4cm height, 265/70/17 bf goodrich all terrain wheels.baid rims and EGR canceled.
In the city, less than 14l / 100km is difficult
fast reels (120km / h) average 11L/100km
montains or dessert more than 16L

Is it normal?

Is it possible to see if it regenerates DPf with the torque pro?

sorry for my English.

Regardas
Your English is good. I have NT Pajero. Minimum extras. Nudge bar and Tow bar. 9-10 around town. 8-8.5 in country which is very flat. 14.5 towing 2.5 tonne van. You have lots of hills and mountains in northern Spain. Near Perth WA it's mostly very flat terrain.
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Mine is 2.7-2.9T daily and I get similar figures to you.
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Hi,

My stock MY16 GLX (no DPF) uses around 10-12L/100km in the city (unladen) and exactly 8.2L/100km on the flat highway at 100km/hr. At 110km/hr that rises to 9.2L/100km.

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