I've been commuting for the past 4 years getting about 230-250 km from a full tank. That's travelling 36km round trip daily through semi rural area with little traffic and only 2 traffic lights. I know, poor me. Now, I work 2.6km away from home (I know, poor me again. Pretty good to only fill up once a month) going through heavy traffic with a lot more filtering. I've been getting about 190-200 km to a full tank. The only thing I can think of is that with the filtering I am keeping it in 1st gear and riding the clutch a fair bit more (when needed through tight filtering spots) which I guess will use more fuel. I guess it's an extra urban fuel consumption v urban fuel consumption thing. I'm just not totally convinced that I would lose 50km a tank from it. Does that make sense? Is that the norm? Have others noticed anything similar in similar circumstances?