What Kind Of Mpg

Discussion in 'Triumph General Discussion' started by Kerry67, Apr 20, 2018.

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  1. Kerry67

    Kerry67 New Member

    Apr 18, 2018
    Phoenix Arizona
    What kind of MPG do the Bonneville's get? I work 46 miles away from home so 92 miles a day. I drive a diesel gas sucking truck. Surely it will be cheaper but just curious....
  2. thebiglad

    thebiglad Old fart, still riding !

    Sep 25, 2013
    Central France
    More details of the bike please - model/year/engine.

    My 2010 T100 efi would give me an average of +50 mpg.
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  3. Kerry67

    Kerry67 New Member

    Apr 18, 2018
    Phoenix Arizona
    Don't have anything specific. I am just starting to check them out and am doing some research. I am just looking for a ballpark average
  4. Hack Driver

    Hack Driver Well-Known Member

    Oct 12, 2017
    Denton, Maryland USA
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  5. crispey

    crispey crispey creme de la creme

    Nov 6, 2014
    I get around 100-130 miles before the fuel light comes on on my thruxton, at first I was pissed off as it meant I had to stop riding to fill up but then it does give my arse a rest!
  6. MrOrange

    MrOrange Guest

    Get an Bonneville America nearly 200 miles to a tankful.:cool:, was 45+ mpg ish iirc

    Don't buy an Aprilia Tuono, lucky if I get 100 before the light. :eek:
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  7. capt

    capt Elite Member

    May 8, 2016
    western Australia
    I just did the maths on my fuel mileage , on my 2009 Bonneville America I have averaged on std motor/std tune 45/48 miles per imperial gallon ! On my non std motor fully tuned to suit 905 cc big bore with high compression pistons and ported cylinder head I get between 55 to 60 miles per imperial gallon , do your own maths , highest mileage achieved in klms litre 23 klms lowest averaged (towing a 100kg trailer) 17.5 klms litre , but solo/two up usually 19 to 20 klms litre, this is over 8yrs of ownership and 107,000 klms

    Cheers capt
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  8. Red Thunder

    Red Thunder Crème de la Crème

    Dec 2, 2014
    High Wycombe
    Speed Triple 2016 R and 2010 se
    Both bikes have pretty much the same stats
    60 miles a day commute,50/50 motorway and city traffic

    Average overall 50mpg, £12 a tank for 120 miles (20 miles remain in the tank by the time I fill up with the warning light on)

    On the motorway:
    80mph i can get 50 mpg at best
    70mph I get 60
    60mph I can get 80s
    In London stop start about 15mpg:(

    Premium fuel makes it 10% better for me, almost making the additional cost worthwhile

    I have been doing this commute for 5 years so know the averages and costs very well:)

    Spirited riding greatly reduces mpg to 35/40mpg
    Driving like Miss Daisy can get me in the 80s
  9. Wessa

    Wessa Cruising

    Apr 27, 2016
    North West England
    My street twin (900 bonnie) returned anything between 55 to 80 mpg depending on riding..
  10. BigCLM

    BigCLM Senior Member

    Nov 30, 2017
    San Rafael, CA
    I have a new Street Twin and have been getting 65-70 MPG. But I also don't ride too aggressive. Also engine is new so should improve a few MPG as the engine fully breaks in.

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