C220 AMG Sport - Real MPG?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Retepnikrap, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. Retepnikrap

    Retepnikrap New Member

    Jun 2, 2014
    Hi, as poster previously I am seriously considering trading my BMW 320d (2012 F30) for a 63 plate C220 AMG Sport. I am currently getting 45.5mpg in the BMW that is averaged over the last 5k miles and is mainly short runs and chasing about. On a long run I can get 60mpg easy, my question is what can I expect to get from the merc? I see conflicting reports and would appreciate real figures from owners of the late model C220.
    Thank you
  2. Red C220

    Red C220 MB Enthusiast

    Jul 30, 2011
    2015 SL400 : 2017 S6 Avant
    I have a 2011 C220 CDI sport Estate Auto (facelift - so the same as the 63 plate one you're considering), see the link below for actual mpg over 28,000.

    Most of my driving is very local and not at all efficient, if I do go on a long run it's comfortably high 50's to low 60's and I've found the car got a little more economical as the mileage increased.
  3. geraldrobins

    geraldrobins MB Enthusiast

    Jan 26, 2013
    VW Golf, past c200cdi
    Realistically the difference between 40mpg and 45mpg over 12000 miles is about £200, and the difference between 45mpg and 50mpg is £170. Not vast sums when you consider depreciation.
    Its very difficult to compare mpg with others due to differing driving styles and journey types. If you fancy the merc go for it. The emissions may be higher but not massively.

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