807 fuel economy

Discussion in 'Peugeot 807' started by phil55, Jun 11, 2007.

  1. phil55

    phil55 Guest

    I have a 2002 807 2.2l diesel. The best economy I can get is about
    33mpg on a long run at constant 70mph unloaded. Around town i get
    about 25mpg.
    Is this normal for this car ? I know its pretty big and heavy.
    Could the PAF filter effect economy. To my knowledge its not been
    changed and the car has about 86k on the clock.

    Any thoughts/advice would be much appreciated

    phil55, Jun 11, 2007
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  2. phil55

    Greg Guest

    I have the same car and got about 33,6 in economy drive and 29,4 in town.
    Its pretty hard to get below 33 mpg in this car. FAP filter doesnt change
    this value. If you think your car "drink" too much, check all the filters
    (oil, fuel, air), change the oil or check if tires have correct pressure.

    Greg, Jun 11, 2007
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  3. phil55

    phil55 Guest

    Thanks Greg, sounds like its about normal for this car then.
    Its just been serviced last week and performance does seem better so
    will see what happens to the fuel economy.

    phil55, Jun 11, 2007
  4. phil55

    phil55 Guest

    Greg, do you know if any of the PC based diagnostic systems will work
    with this 2002 car ?
    Thinking about getting one.

    phil55, Jun 11, 2007
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    Greg Guest

    I didnt hear about something like that, but it doesnt mean that it deas
    exist. I only know that 807 from 2002 has VAN multiplexing system nad it is
    preety hard to diagnose, many "universal" diagnostic systems dont get all
    necessery informations or error codes. But I can give you very usefull page:


    Have a nice day
    Greg, Jun 12, 2007
  6. phil55

    phil55 Guest

    Thanks Greg

    much appreciated

    phil55, Jun 12, 2007
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