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2015 Volkswagen Transporter MPG

Based on data from 9 vehicles, 293 fuel-ups and 117,169 miles of driving, the 2015 Volkswagen Transporter gets a combined Avg MPG of 24.95 with a 0.77 MPG margin of error.

Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 3 outliers (1.01%) removed.

Following shows the average MPG of each of the 9 vehicles in the system.

  • Shrek

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2,0L L4 DIESEL Automatic Dual Clutch 7 Speed Standard Passenger Van
    Added Feb 2019 • 69 Fuel-ups

    Property of CATS

  • 19.1 Avg MPG
  • VW Transporter T28 Trendline Camper

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2.0L L4 DIESEL Standard 5 Speed Van Camper
    Added Oct 2015 • 36 Fuel-ups

    Property of Beebopper

  • 25.9 Avg MPG
  • Transporter

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2,0L L4 DIESEL Automatic 7 Speed Standard Cargo Van
    Added Jul 2020 • 5 Fuel-ups

    Property of Larshelo

  • 23.7 Avg MPG
  • Littlesipper

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2.0L L4 DIESEL Manual 6 Speed Standard Passenger Van
    Added Apr 2019 • 51 Fuel-ups

    Property of Buildmorediesels

  • 28.0 Avg MPG
  • My Transporter

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter Multivan Automatic 7 Speed
    Added May 2018 • 34 Fuel-ups

    Property of Paul-K

  • 24.3 Avg MPG
  • T5 Kombi

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2.0L L4 DIESEL Automatic 7 Speed
    Added Feb 2016 • 69 Fuel-ups

    Property of halflife1973

  • 29.0 Avg MPG
  • the Flying Brick !

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2,0L L4 DIESEL Automatic CVT Extended Passenger Van
    Added Nov 2017 • 7 Fuel-ups

    Property of zebrablue

  • 26.5 Avg MPG
  • VW T5 Mymble

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter 2.0L L4 DIESEL Standard 5 Speed
    Added Mar 2017 • 41 Fuel-ups

    Property of brodfb

  • 30.3 Avg MPG
  • T6 4 motion

    2015 Volkswagen Transporter High line 4 motion
    Added Jan 2019 • 9 Fuel-ups

    Property of bobwessex

  • 24.8 Avg MPG

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