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Right I am planning on heading up to awesome in November to get a remap and a full valet. But I don't know if I should spend £120 extra and get cruise control fitted? I don't really travel on motorways very much, probably about once a month. I was just thinking its one more thing I can add to the list. I do have cruise control in the navara but can't say I use it very much.

People that have it, would you recommend getting it?

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Alex

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I'm pretty sure with the APR map that Awesome use, you can use the cruise control to switch between maps. For that function alone, it's worth it IMO. I find it very handy in extended 50mph sections covered by average speed cameras too.

So, the answer is yes
 

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120 miles from 1 whole tank
what mpg do you average?
 

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omg
im annoyed with my gti and it gets 90 miles of 'fun' driving for €20 petrol
 

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CC is good. fitting it is a walk in the park.....if you're sober and in a workshop and not pissed in a field hahaha.

Jokes aside yer i use more than i thought i would too
 

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120 miles from 1 whole tank
what mpg do you average?
[background=rgb(244, 244, 244)]Your real-world MPG average is [/background]​
9.92
[background=rgb(244, 244, 244)], covering 120 miles using 12.10 gallons of fuel[/background]​
 

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If you drove 'very' economically, what mpg could you achieve?
36.8 MPG is my best on a whole tank, but that was with N/A. R32 FI MPG is interesting: basically with the longer gear set & sitting on a motorway at 60mph etc I personally believe its more economical than a stock N/A R32... but that's just me


11.2 MPG is my worst, but uphill at full chat the MFD has once said 4.4


BTW: My figures are all from an excel sheet with mile/fuel receipt figures - so they are fairly accurate, and not taken from the car's onboard computer.

T
 

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Thanks for the information, your .:R is unbelivable btw
 

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Ah a golf is a car


A .:R is something else


A Turbo .:R is on a different scale


One day perhaps
 
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