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But that doesn't mean you'll have less power overall by saving more. As explained earlier, eco tuning optimizes all relevant parameters for the fuel-air mixture to allow for more effective combustion. As a result, the performance of your vehicle remains the same and, depending on the vehicle, can even improve in Efficienty mode.
This saves you fuel and money without limiting your driving pleasure. At the same time, even more power and driving pleasure is available to you at any time by simply switching to Dynamic or Sport modes.
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Drive fully loaded and efficiently
Eco-tuning determines the individual load profile for heavy-duty vehicles, optimizes the injection cycle to achieve more efficient efficiency. As a result, you consume less fuel and get a longer range. Vans and trucks achieve a direct economic competitive advantage, especially under full load. There is a further advantage for travelers, commuters and service providers: on long-distance journeys for highway and country roads, with an adapted driving style, correspondingly less fuel needs to be refueled to arrive at the destination. But even short trips pay off thanks to the savings potential, such as delivery services and passenger transportation.
Efficiency pays off. Thanks to PowerControl, you cover more kilometers on one tank of gas.
More tips on how to best save fuel
Shift up the gears
As already mentioned, it is best not to drive at maximum speeds. Nevertheless, you should get up to high speeds as quickly as possible. Driving briskly to reach the desired speed allows you to upshift earlier and thus drive at low speeds. And that in turn saves fuel, because consumption is lowest in the low speed range and is therefore environmentally friendly.
If you want to save a particularly large amount of fuel, you can "roll up" in first gear. The highest consumption occurs when starting off. After two to three meters of coasting, you can shift to second gear.
Avoid short trips
Nothing hurts the car more than short trips. To achieve optimum fuel consumption, the car must have driven a longer distance to warm up. This is because cold engines require a lot of fuel and emit more pollutants. Diesel engines in particular need more time to warm up than gasoline engines. It is best not to make short trips by car at all, but by bicycle, public transport or on foot. Alternatively, you can combine several individual trips, so the engine stays warm during intermediate stops and fuel consumption is low.
Pay attention to the weight of your vehicle
Take care of your tires
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