Did u reset after top-up?oldmanian;1114669 said:Looks like i one of the worst consumption .
730Li , 22"rim , 70% city, petrol Esso 5000, on-board calculation 6.3km/litre.
6.3 is based on your last tank.oldmanian;1114672 said:Btw, anybody can help with understanding of on-board calculation?
I just topped up full tank.
The max distance range displays 781km.
The fuel consumption displays 6.3km/l.
Divide 781km divide by 6.3km/l means my fuel tank capacity is 123.96litres?!?
How to explain numbers?
davidtch;1114673 said:Did u reset after top-up?
davidtch;1114674 said:6.3 is based on your last tank.
Rojo Reventon;1114688 said:Fuel capacity for E66 is either 80 or 88 litres
oldmanian;1114706 said:Not too sure what you mean it is based on last fuel tank.
What are the numbers the max distance on-board calculation use?
If based on last tank, my fuel consumption is 6.3km/l.
And my fuel tank capacity is say, 90litres.
Shouldn't the max distance display show 90 litres*6.3km/l=567km?
gordongekko;1115135 said:The size of the petrol tank all in (including reserve) is 88 litres. The volume of the zig zack pipe leading to the fuel tank holds probably 2 litres. Thus, your total of 90litres.
I have driven till empty and pumped till the petrol overflows in Malaysia. Thus 90litres is about right.
For your information, even after the petrol tank gauge indicates a range of zero kilometers left, there is still about 4litres to 5litres in the tank. So, in reality you can drive the car another 30-40 kilometres when the range on the fuel gauge indicates zero.
oldmanian;1115258 said:Dive till out of fuel? You the man!
So your trip just nice ended at petrol kiosk or towed?
Good to know can drive another good distance after gauge shows zero. no need to panic no if now petrol kiosk in sight...
Just to share some observation.
Was travelling from CBD to Choa Chu Kang than Jurong on on expressway.
My per-trip fuel consumption was about 10 km/l.
My on-board max distance range based on balanced fuel suddenly increased.
So I guess the max distance range uses the most recent trip fuel consumption to calculate the distance... but still don't quite tally with 90 litres although numbers are closer...
Wonder if the BM customer service will be able to explain the numbers?
Or will they just hang up on me for such trivial questions.