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Thoughts on the new E10 petrol?


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I've not noticed anything obvious yet on my Q5. 

My journies have been fairly consistent and I've filled up twice with E10. 

I typically get a range of 500 miles when full and on this one it's sitting at 40% / 199 miles 

I've not noticed any performance issues so far. 

How does it affect your performance? 

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Thanks, Shytot and Steve. As a test, I filled up shell v-power yesterday and did some local and motorway drive. It could be placebo, but the car definitely felt responsive (especially gears 2 to 4) and the mileage shown in the short-term memory is over 7mpg more than last value. (28 vs 35). 

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1 hour ago, randroff said:

Thanks, Shytot and Steve. As a test, I filled up shell v-power yesterday and did some local and motorway drive. It could be placebo, but the car definitely felt responsive (especially gears 2 to 4) and the mileage shown in the short-term memory is over 7mpg more than last value. (28 vs 35). 

That's a significant difference. 

I'm getting between 7 and 8 miles per litre. 

I can't see the premium petrol giving me enough additional range to justify the 29p per litre price difference. 

Looks like you just need to monitor and go with what suits you 👍 

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7 hours ago, Shytot said:

That's a significant difference. 

I'm getting between 7 and 8 miles per litre. 

I can't see the premium petrol giving me enough additional range to justify the 29p per litre price difference. 

Looks like you just need to monitor and go with what suits you 👍 

Try Octane booster it definitely works.

Steve.

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I hadn't thought about it but my last 3 Refills have been at Shell and Tesco Express / Esso, as opposed to Morrisons - maybe the supermarkets are more susceptible at present? 

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