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Old 11-09-09, 01:27 PM
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What is the consumption like on Disco 3 V8, thinking of buying one.

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I get 7-8 on my 3.9 with SU's Not to sure about the D3.

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fuel consumption should not be an issue when buying a V8 but it should be better than the older ones...

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if my wife drives it.....pretty good 18l/100km (6km/l) in town.
if I drive it ..... well, letts just not go there.

a comparison between the TDV6 and V8 HSE.....the same salesmanager of Premium Select drove both down from Durban to Cape Town.....travelling at 140-160 most of the way with speedo cruise mst way and climate control etc. ON.
Average consumption over the whole trip:
TDV6-15,5L/100km and V8 HSE-15.8L/100km.
....thats a 300ml difference per 100km.

If you like the loud pedal and 4.4l jaguar power....you gonna pay!!

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if my wife drives it.....pretty good 18l/100km (6km/l) in town.
if I drive it ..... well, letts just not go there.

a comparison between the TDV6 and V8 HSE.....the same salesmanager of Premium Select drove both down from Durban to Cape Town.....travelling at 140-160 most of the way with speedo cruise mst way and climate control etc. ON.
Average consumption over the whole trip:
TDV6-15,5L/100km and V8 HSE-15.8L/100km.
....thats a 300ml difference per 100km.

If you like the loud pedal and 4.4l jaguar power....you gonna pay!!
I'll take the figures the salesmanager got with a good helping of salt. I have a Disco 3 TD and mine will get much better consumption than that!
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I'll take the figures the salesmanager got with a good helping of salt. I have a Disco 3 TD and mine will get much better consumption than that!
Awie,

You are most likely spot on about the sales manager...
I'm happy to hear the TD is better than that !
What do you average around town and when 'slatting the lang pad' ?

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What is the consumption like on Disco 3 V8, thinking of buying one.

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Sure it would at least be same if not better than I get in the RR, I've got the BMW engine and not the Jaguar but far as I know consumption is roughly same.

City/off road: 5-7km/l
Highway: 8-9km/l (120-140km/h max)

Heavy offroading sees it going down to around 3-4km/l and highway speeds over 140km/h also drops around 2km/l.

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Awie,

You are most likely spot on about the sales manager...
I'm happy to hear the TD is better than that !
What do you average around town and when 'slatting the lang pad' ?

Brent
Aplologies for the belated reply!

Openroad cruising @120km/h sees my consumption at between 9.0 and 9.8l/100km depending on load and aircon usage. Recently I was part of a convoy doing 100km/h over about 200km on tar and my consumption went down to 8.7l/100km!

In town I average about 10.5l/100km if I tread lightly. A friend of mine with a Disco 3 V8 averages about 16l/100km.

We once did a roundtrip of about 450km where I averaged 9.6 and he got 13.8.
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My 4.6 HSE averaged CT > JHB 7.3km/l @ 140-150
In-town peak hour traffic a joyful 5km/l offroad about 6-7km/l

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"Heavy offroading sees it going down to around 3-4km/l and highway speeds over 140km/h also drops around 2km/l."

i would commit hare kiri! a centurion tank is lighter on fuel! where were you driving? sand?
the worst i ever got with a V8 heavy offroad was 4.5 km/l and that compares well with around 5.5 around town.

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No, a Centurion does 3 l/km !!
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D1 is still the best vehicle I have ever driven. Owned alot of Jap vehicles one was very thirsty and over rated, would get another D1 any day. Comfort and value for money, ditch the EFI and fit SU's on the D1's. The 3.9 can use SU's up to 4500 rpm's. I got 7k's per L on the open road. Very reliable and comfortable.

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So tempted to buy a Disco 3 V8 HSE that I like, am I being stupid?
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just do it, you wont be sorry!
I am so tempted, I just worry about the fuel, but in saying that I mainly ride the bike to work. I am drooling over this car.
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I am so tempted, I just worry about the fuel, but in saying that I mainly ride the bike to work. I am drooling over this car.
I commute with bike to work and on weekends and holiday play with the D3 V8, just buy one, you wont be sorry.

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do it , you will love it, my wife drives on, i liked it so much i now have two of them , sold my bakkie for one, go it yesterday ,

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JUST DO It... I would'nt even blink an eye lid...
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Okay, when you getting yours? What colour?
Looks like I'm sorted
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Nice. Mine is also silver with black interior.

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I don't see any of the guys that are advising you to buy the vehicle, offering to help with the fuel costs !!!!
What's the point of buying a V8 if you have to park it and look at it the whole time
Mens EGO thing again I suppose??
My opinion, buy a diesel and enjoy driving, not looking !!

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I also have a v8. Love my d3!
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Very enjoyable vehicle. Apparently (I only have mine two years now) the engines are quite reliable, and not full of fiemies! What I enjoy a lot when cruising along with the camping trailer in tow is the fact that there is an abundance of power when required and give me lots of confidence to overtake safely. (I like the sound of music as well once at and beyond 4000 r.p.m!).

Fuel consumption is heavy when she works and being really offroad. For normal cruising, unladen without towing doing about 90 to 100 km/h the V8 is relatively well behaved and consumption tolerable. See pichas of a trip from Stellenbosch to Paarden Island and back doing a rustig 90-95 km/h. Sure the computer is not that exact but at least some indication.

Compared to the other makes of double cab vehicles (Hilux, Isuzu, Ford, Mitsu etc.) the D3 V8 is not that much less fuel efficient but what gets it is the vehicle weight and to a certain extent the projected frontal area (wind drag). Nothing wrong with the engine design as such. Still cannot compete with intercooled, turbocharged diesel efficiency though.

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Hi Kriek
How do you change the consumption to km/ltr? Mine is ltr/100km & would prefer to have it km/lt. Easier to calculate how far you can still go when on km/ltr.
Mine is heavy in town- around 5km/lt & open road about 7-8km/lt. Not my daily drive so, can live with it. I will need to get an extra tank & spare wheel carrier before doing serious trips, as cannot take along that many jerry cans...

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I don't see any of the guys that are advising you to buy the vehicle, offering to help with the fuel costs !!!!
What's the point of buying a V8 if you have to park it and look at it the whole time
Mens EGO thing again I suppose??
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Is that your plane in your avatar ?
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I drove to Peters berg from Johannesburg yesterday averaged 17L/100km with 4 people in the car and driving at 128km/h my wheels are bigger and I have a roof rack on.

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How do you change the consumption to km/ltr? Mine is ltr/100km & would prefer to have it km/lt. Easier to calculate how far you can still go when on km/ltr.
Mine is heavy in town- around 5km/lt & open road about 7-8km/lt. Not my daily drive so, can live with it. I will need to get an extra tank & spare wheel carrier before doing serious trips, as cannot take along that many jerry cans...
Hi Bennie, I got mine with the km/l setting and do not know myself how to change it. Probably with those diagnostic gadgets (Faultmates, Nanocomps, etc.) Sure some of the forum guys could advise you there. Yours should have a range readout on the computer (regardless of the km/l or l/100km settings)?

Ja, the extra tank means a spare wheel carrier at the back or roofrack with the spare(s) on top.

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I drove to Peters berg from Johannesburg yesterday averaged 17L/100km with 4 people in the car and driving at 128km/h my wheels are bigger and I have a roof rack on.
Jolly good at that speed hauling close to 3 tons along in great comfort with lots of power, low wind noise and just pure pleasure!

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Hi Bennie, I got mine with the km/l setting and do not know myself how to change it. Probably with those diagnostic gadgets (Faultmates, Nanocomps, etc.) Sure some of the forum guys could advise you there. Yours should have a range readout on the computer (regardless of the km/l or l/100km settings)?

Ja, the extra tank means a spare wheel carrier at the back or roofrack with the spare(s) on top.
You can change it using the light stalk and the buttons on the steering wheel, can't remember exactly which buttons and the order, but while the car is stationary you can enter the settings menu and change it in there. Default is l/100km, so if you disconnect the battery it will revert back.

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You can change it using the light stalk and the buttons on the steering wheel, can't remember exactly which buttons and the order, but while the car is stationary you can enter the settings menu and change it in there. Default is l/100km, so if you disconnect the battery it will revert back.
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