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What Does Fuel Consumption Extra Urban Mean?

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Fuel consumption is the amount of fuel used per unit distance. Extra urban fuel consumption is defined as the extra-urban cycle that is conducted immediately, following the urban cycle. It consists roughly half steady-speed driving and the remainder accelerations, decelerations and some idling. Maximum speed is 75mph (120 km/h), average speed is 39mph (63 km/h) and the distance covered is 4.3 miles (7 km).
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In urban (or city) driving , there is a lot of stop and go traffic. Each time you slow the car down, gas us used inefficiently, then you must accelerate again to get up to traffic
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fuel consumption which is measured in MPG (miles per gallon) is rated by city and highway driving. All new cars have this rating on the window sticker, older cars can be looked up
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Depends on the car and the trip, but it won't be that much! One person at 80kg in a little 1 litre doing a long motorway journey might cost a few £ in fuel more, whereas the
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Average fuel consumption is worked out through a series of tests. Urban fuel consumption is established through tests that emulate driving in urban environments, with an average speed
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