How far can R100 worth of fuel get me if I use SA’s popular cars
What can R100 worth of fuel mean to South African motorist, We have seen the most highest petrol price hike ever, this started on Wednesday 3rd October 2018 cost of petroleum rising by sold R1 per liter. This again is the highest motorist has ever seen without fuel levy hike.
This again means petroleum will cost record breaking R17.08, and R16.49 at the coastal lands, and analysts yes the price might increase to R22.0 per liter by December.
Finding a way to starch your money
Control your budget use you fuel efficiently so that you can minimize costs for personal use or business use. We will try and help you and you with cars will hurt car owners the most when coming to fuel efficiency.
Note that fuel consumption is based on the drivers behaves when he/she is behind the wheel while traveling. It does not matter if you are using the world’s most fuel efficient car, if your driving fast in between robots and continuously changing gears you will lose a lot of fuel in a short space of time.
Now days new cars use less fuel, than few years ago this is because of new technological advances and the global want to start using greener technology and be more eco-friendly.
Sade part is that cars like your bakkie vans | 4×4’s | SUVs, are typically still big fuel guzzlers because moving it takes up fuel.
This also goes for sports cars because they are designed to give the ultimate performance and that takes up a lot of fuel very expensive.
Save more using R100 worth of fuel on your vehicle
- Don’t race to places, if it’s not important and you’re not late.
- If you going somewhere rather wait for peak time to die down so that you don’t burn fuel in peak traffic.
- If you’re late in peak traffic call you appointment and late them know you will be late and will arrive shortly at approximated time.
Where can I go with R100 worth of fuel?
What distances can I go using some of the most popular vehicles in South Africa can I travel with a R100 worth of fuel as from Wednesday 3rd October 2018.
- VW Polo TSI Trendline –> 130KM
- Suzuki swift –> 113KM
- Ford Fiesta 1.4 –> 103KM
- Mercedes c Class –> 90KM
- BMW X5 xDrive –> 86KM
- Nissan X-Trail 2.0 –> 70KM
- Porche 911 Carrera –> 70KM
- Hyundai Tucson 2.0 –> 66KM
- Toyota Fortuner 2.7VVTi –> 56KM
- Toyota Hilux 2.7 –> 55KM
R100 / divided by R17.10 per liter will give you 5,89 liters
Small cars are winners in this category like your Hyundai i10 | Suzuki Swift and ford Fiesta, VW Polo permits you to travel 130km on R100 worth of fuel.
VW is the top selling car in South Africa with more then 3 800 new polo cars sold.