Glad to hear you're enjoying the car.
Any advice on MPG would have to depend on what you are already getting. Without knowing what you're currently getting it's hard to say if that can be much improved. Where you drive is also a factor. Whether you are mainly town driving or are out on the open road will also affect your MPG.
A quick stab in thedark would be, don't over-accelerate unless you have to when getting out of trouble or overtaking. If your going to be stopped at traffic lights for a while, kill the engine. Same goes for waiting in a traffic jam or waiting on the other half to stop gabbing and get in the car.
There's also a balancing act to be done in respect of managing the DPF. For fuel economy you are trying to minimise your revs, and yet you need to keep your revs up to let the DPF burn off the soot in the filter. I've only had one DPF regeneration so far. If you have too many of those, it will badly affect your MPG.
I'm getting just over 30 mpg at the moment, and that's with a mix of town driving and driving on mainly narrow windingcountry "A and "B" roads with the occasional spurt on the A9 and the odd longer journey. I've only done about 800 miles in the two and a half weeks I've had the car, so 30+ seems not bad to me considering the car is still tight.
Edited by: Inchindown