Users' questions

How many MPG does a discovery do?

How many MPG does a discovery do?

Fuel economy

Petrol engines 23.0 – 26.7 mpg
Diesel engines 28.3 – 33.9 mpg

What gas does a 2003 Range Rover HSE take?

Premium unleaded
Used 2003 Land Rover Range Rover HSE Specs & Features

Fuel & MPG
Combined MPG 13
EPA mileage est. (cty/hwy) 11/16 mpg
Fuel tank capacity 26.4 gal.
Fuel type Premium unleaded (required)

Is 40 mpg combined good?

But with all that being said, a good MPG figure to aim for is anything between 50 and 60MPG. This will ensure that your car is efficient and economical, which means low running costs and car tax rates.

What is the most economical 4×4?

Most economical 4×4 cars

  1. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a roomy plug-in hybrid 4×4 with a claimed fuel economy of 157mpg.
  2. Mini Countryman.
  3. Toyota RAV4.
  4. Nissan Qashqai.
  5. Audi A3 Sportback.

Are discoveries expensive to run?

PCP finance deals are competitive, so the Discovery could cost you less per month than its key rivals, and that’s in part due to its strong resale values. It’s predicted to retain more of its list price after three years than most key rivals. Just remember, it’s still an expensive car to run.

What is the most economical SUV?

10 of the Most Economical SUVs for Cost-Conscious Customers

  • Mazda CX-3.
  • Jeep Patriot.
  • Jeep Renegade.
  • Fiat 500X.
  • Dodge Journey.
  • Nissan Rogue Select.
  • Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.
  • Toyota RAV4 Hybrid.

Do I have to put premium gas in my Land Rover?

While not all Land Rover owner’s manuals will state that you must use premium gasoline, all will encourage it. If you use standard, unleaded gasoline in your Land Rover, you can experience issues such as: Engine knocking.

Is 93 a premium gas?

Gas stations in the United States generally offer three octane grades: regular (usually 87 octane), mid-grade (usually 89 octane), and premium (usually 91 or 93).

Are 4×4 more expensive to maintain?

The main disadvantage of 4WD is added cost for purchase, maintenance, and fuel. The extra equipment (differentials, transfer case, etc.) adds complexity and weight to the vehicle, increasing initial market value, tire wear, and the cost of repairs and maintenance.