Fiat Ulysse Fuel Consumption


  Ulysse II (179) 2002-2011

Ulysse II (179) | 2002-2011

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
2.0 16V Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
32 mpg
7.4 L/100km
38 mpg (UK)
24 mpg
9.8 L/100km
29 mpg (UK)
2.0 16V Petrol (Gasoline) 19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
32 mpg
7.4 L/100km
38 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
3.0 V6 24V Petrol (Gasoline) 14 mpg
16.8 L/100km
17 mpg (UK)
26 mpg
9 L/100km
31 mpg (UK)
20 mpg
11.8 L/100km
24 mpg (UK)
2.2 16V JTD Diesel 23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
39 mpg
6 L/100km
47 mpg (UK)
31 mpg
7.6 L/100km
37 mpg (UK)
2.0 16V JTD Diesel 25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
39 mpg
6 L/100km
47 mpg (UK)
33 mpg
7.1 L/100km
40 mpg (UK)
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  Ulysse I (22/220) 1994-2002

Ulysse I (22/220) | 1994-2002

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
1.8 Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
27 mpg
8.7 L/100km
32 mpg (UK)
-
2.1 TD Diesel 21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
35 mpg
6.7 L/100km
42 mpg (UK)
30 mpg
7.8 L/100km
36 mpg (UK)
1.9 TD Diesel - - 29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
2.0 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)
2.0 Turbo Petrol (Gasoline) 18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
30 mpg
7.8 L/100km
36 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
More modifications
Usually when we think about the fuel consumption of a car, we are looking at an average figure that shows fuel burnt in combined cycles. But we need to remember that any vehicle will burn 30–40% more fuel in city traffic and nearly 15–20% less on the highway. Of course, you could drive through a city at the same speed as you would on a highway, but the money you gain in fuel economy, you’ll probably lose on speeding fines.
  Ulysse II (179) 2002-2011

Ulysse II (179) | 2002-2011

Modification
2.0 16V Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
32 mpg
7.4 L/100km
38 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
24 mpg
9.8 L/100km
29 mpg (UK)
Modification
2.0 16V
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
32 mpg
7.4 L/100km
38 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.0 V6 24V
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
14 mpg
16.8 L/100km
17 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
26 mpg
9 L/100km
31 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
20 mpg
11.8 L/100km
24 mpg (UK)
Modification
2.2 16V JTD
Recommended fuel
Diesel
City consumption
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
39 mpg
6 L/100km
47 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
31 mpg
7.6 L/100km
37 mpg (UK)
Modification
2.0 16V JTD
Recommended fuel
Diesel
City consumption
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
39 mpg
6 L/100km
47 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
33 mpg
7.1 L/100km
40 mpg (UK)
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  Ulysse I (22/220) 1994-2002

Ulysse I (22/220) | 1994-2002

Modification
1.8
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
-
Modification
2.1 TD
Recommended fuel
Diesel
City consumption
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
35 mpg
6.7 L/100km
42 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
30 mpg
7.8 L/100km
36 mpg (UK)
Modification
1.9 TD
Recommended fuel
Diesel
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
Modification
2.0
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)
Modification
2.0 Turbo
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
30 mpg
7.8 L/100km
36 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
More modifications
Usually when we think about the fuel consumption of a car, we are looking at an average figure that shows fuel burnt in combined cycles. But we need to remember that any vehicle will burn 30–40% more fuel in city traffic and nearly 15–20% less on the highway. Of course, you could drive through a city at the same speed as you would on a highway, but the money you gain in fuel economy, you’ll probably lose on speeding fines.