I've had my leon cupra for around 3 weeks now, however my MPG everytime since refuel sits between 21-22mpg. And this is my driving in comfort mode or customised mode where I've changed everything to eco. Is this normal?
cannot comment in any useful way without knowing what type of drives you take and how you drive.
Eg, in the 3 weeks, how many miles have you done?
whats the typical distance per drive?
what speed is the drive? town or rural? traffic or not?
Spirited drive? or are you taking it easy?
what gear are you in most of the time..
What mileage did you get in your previous car? and what was it? - useful for comparison to see if its just a difference in car or if there is an issue
I always thought that the PSI normal pressures for Cupra 19inches should be in the high 30s, like 38 or something PSI. And yes, the car is still new, it takes a bit of time to losen up, assuming you are giving it either Shell Vpower 99 / Esso 97 or Tesco Momentum 99 to drink? Please don't say 'oh the reuglar Premium 95 RON. From the factory, tyre pressures are super high from my experience, usually like 5 PSI too high! I do have the pressure handheld meter, so I just release until it settles to the desired PSI. After it passes 2k miles, you can look to get (now this is from experience) around 5mpg more like for like, which Cupra wise, would be high 20s, low 30s, which is what most are getting. On a run, maybe even high 30s, or low 40s (if 50mph for long stretches).