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I know, it is little confusing.

The stats after ECO tune may look not that very impressive, but starting January we had a very cold wether here (-20C / -10C) for many days. Cold starts do not help with the MPG (litre/100km).
But, the average is better then in June2010-December2011, before the ECO Tune. Last drive was great: 165km (100miles) on the highway in -6C (about 28F) and the average was 28.8MPG (8.2 Litre/100km).
GreenDieselEngineering wrote:We would appreciate any feedback from customers that have been tracking their fuel economy during the last few month. Before tune numbers and after tune numbers along with driving conditions would be fantastic. Some customers have noticed the annual drop in fuel economy with the winter season. This is due mainly to the fuel blending of diesel and partially due to colder ambient temps. A 10% drop is fairly typical going from summer to winter.

Thanks,

GDE




Here you can find the stats of my Liberty "Stock" from the last 6 months (June-December 2010) before ECO Tune.

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And here are stats after Tune.

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The driving condition are the same (driving roads and car load). The Car is always load with tools or people. The stat need to be corrected for about 4.5% (wrong reading of odometer). In real, the stats are better for about 4.5%
The wether here in Toronto (Mississauga) is very cold (-10C, -20C) for the time of my ECO Tune. But still, the average is better then last year.

I hope. it will help.
 
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