Cadillac DE Ville Fuel Consumption


  DE Ville (EL12) 1999-2006

DE Ville (EL12) | 1999-2006

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
4.6 i V8 32V DHS Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
27 mpg
8.7 L/100km
32 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
 De Ville 1960-1999

De Ville | 1960-1999

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
4.6 i V8 32V Concours Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
-
4.6 i V8 24V Concours Petrol (Gasoline) - - 19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
4.9 i V8 Petrol (Gasoline) - - 19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
More modifications
If you need to stop your vehicle, let’s say, every 100 kilometers, fuel consumption will rise by up to 35%. When accelerating, the car burns much more fuel than when it is driven steadily at an optimal speed. Let’s say that over a distance of 10 km you need to stop ten times to visit the shops and to drop in at the bank; the fuel consumption will rise by up to 130%. And that figure needs to be considered. What a pity it is that we can’t economize on fuel by driving without stopping.
  DE Ville (EL12) 1999-2006

DE Ville (EL12) | 1999-2006

Modification
4.6 i V8 32V DHS
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
27 mpg
8.7 L/100km
32 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
More modifications
 De Ville 1960-1999

De Ville | 1960-1999

Modification
4.6 i V8 32V Concours
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
4.6 i V8 24V Concours
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Modification
4.9 i V8
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
More modifications
If you need to stop your vehicle, let’s say, every 100 kilometers, fuel consumption will rise by up to 35%. When accelerating, the car burns much more fuel than when it is driven steadily at an optimal speed. Let’s say that over a distance of 10 km you need to stop ten times to visit the shops and to drop in at the bank; the fuel consumption will rise by up to 130%. And that figure needs to be considered. What a pity it is that we can’t economize on fuel by driving without stopping.