Honda Civic Tourer sets World Record for fuel efficiency at 100.31 mpg

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Honda has landed itself a Guinness World Record for fuel efficiency using a Honda Civic Tourer 1.6 i-DTEC car to drive across Europe. To set the record the car drove across all 24 contiguous EU countries and racked up an average fuel economy of 100.31 miles per gallon over a trip that spanned 8,347 miles. The trip took the car and drivers 25 days to complete.

The drivers of the car that grabbed the record were Fergal McGrath and Julian Warren from Honda’s European R&D team. During the entire trip, the duo had to stop for fuel nine times with the car racking up 932 miles on each tank of fuel.

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