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LPG fitment to a Subaru Outback, or Other...

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When we first came out here, a few years ago, petrol seemed cheap and buying a new 4WD vehicle off the dealership forecourt that stated an economy rating of 9.5l/100kms seemed like a good idea. Of course, petrol isn't the price that it once was and so I'm thinking about having an LPG system installed.


Tyke already pointed out to me that I should make sure it is possible in the first place to run LPG through a late model Outback and I'm still waiting to hear back from Subaru.


I've placed a similar posting on BE, as well as ANLDU, in the hope that someone, somewhere, will have already undergone the fitment on their Subaru - it doesn't have to be an Outback - any model really, I'd just like to know what the difference in economy is and how effective it has been for you.


Incidentally, our driving style nets us 8.5l/100kms amongst the steep hills and on the flat it drops to about 7.6l/100kms on petrol - not bad for a 4WD 2.5 litre wagon with autobox. These cars are not light!


Any feedback appreciated.





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