Last Update: Feb. 27, 2017, 5:55 a.m.

Hyundai XG30 Fuel Consumption

Year Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle Consumption per year
2001 XG300 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 20 mpg 25 mpg 2544L

If you drive Hyundai XG30 made in 2001, you might be interested in original fuel consumption data. Remember that the amount of fuel your car takes depends on how you drive. If the modification of your car is XG300 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds, the average city consumption must be near 17 mpg. Don’t forget about slow acceleration to lower amount of consumed patrol. On the highway the numbers will be more sufficient – 20 mpg. But you should bear in mind that the combined cycle for Hyundai XG30 is 25 mpg. The average amount of gallons per year strongly depends on how much you use your vehicle. Note that you should use fuel type Regular or Plus to achieve these results in consumption. Many motorists want to know how much petrol they will need pro year. On the average basis consumption per year will be quite like 2544L.

  • Be prepared to spend a lot for XG300 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds during the year – you’ll need 2544L for average driving.

  • An optimal petrol for Hyundai XG300 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds is Regular or Plus with needed factors.

  • Driving your XG30 in the city you will probably achieve fuel consumption at 17 mpg

  • You won’t make your XG30 consume less than 20 mpg.

Take into account that if you buy XG30 of the 2001 year, you might not get the initial figures. If your actual data are not sufficient, there might be some technical problems. Always check your figures of consumption for XG300 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds and compare with initial data of the Hyundai.

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