Today on the route to £ód¼ speed 140-150 km / h burning 8 liters! I think it's quite good combustion. But these 14 around the city is a massacre. I don't think that injection would kick. But yes And as a friend of mapet says the clip will tell the truth soonest
Today, gentlemen, I noticed that you feel fuel from oil, so this can be the reason for a large combustion. On Wednesday, I have an appointment to hook up the car and if I know what's going on, I'll let you know
Good day. For several months I have owned Laguna 3 2.0 dci 150 HP, r. Prof. 2012 phase 2, coupe body. Fuel consumption exceeds that provided by the manufacturer, namely around the city, with very gentle driving you can not go below 8 liters. I know someone wrote here about 14 in the city - this is the way to go. On the route, not much, because between 5.5 - 6.0 - also driving very economically. According to the manufacturer, it should be around 4.0 and around 6.5 in the city. Why am I writing about this? The wife drives every day Renault fluence 1.5 dci 90 km and achieving the wear declared by the manufacturer is quite real. Under what conditions does the manufacturer test vehicles obtaining such results? My previous car was a Vw Touran 1.9 tdi 105 HP with a 140 HP program, heavier and taller than the Lagoon and smoked less in the city, also on a 105 HP program. Factory fuel consumption could be achieved in real life. Is everything ok with my lagoon? In the summer I plan to go to some specialists from the diagnosis, because despite the fact that 8 liters is not 14 but in my opinion it is too much.
Look for a good specialist around the CLIP diagnostic program. This will definitely reveal and eliminate any engine shortcomings. Although your Lagoon's engine appetite is not that great and may also be due to its course.
According to my view, connecting to CLIP will not help much. If the engine does not kick black and does not require frequent DPF burnings or oil changes, then the combustion is correct.
According to the manufacturer, it should be around 4.0 and around 6.5 in the city
Nobody believes in such fairy tales. Combustion is, among others, a reflection of how much resistance the vehicle has to overcome to move. These resistances include size and width and type of tires. The condition of the suspension and braking system, the speed at which the vehicle moves, the installation of additional "bodywork", energy consumption "on board", etc. Most often the main factor causing increased fuel consumption is also the "manager"
The wife drives every day Renault fluence 1.5 dci 90 km and achieving the wear declared by the manufacturer is quite real.
I suggest an experiment. Swap cars with my wife for a month. In the course of my professional work, I did some hundred test drives with clients complaining about high fuel consumption. It never happened that I would not fit in the average declared combustion in + max. 0.5 liter. What's better, knowing all these rules, my car smokes on average 50% more than declared by the manufacturer