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Old 10th February 2010, 15:58   #2041
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10.8kmpl

Usual Speed range : 60-100
Quite interested in AT figures. Are these urban/semi-urban or highway figures? Please state that.

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Old 10th February 2010, 16:44   #2042
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Model: Indigo Dicor LX.
23K on Odo.
In city Average : 16.5 with 40% A.C. Very short distance freqent run-abouts within Pune city. I pay close to 2.25 rs. per KM of travel within city!

Going to Mumbai this Friday. Will report highway average then.
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Old 10th February 2010, 17:09   #2043
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gosh! those are amazing kpl figures
thanks! i did inform my dealer . he has started referring all prospective buyers to me ever since . the best figure of 26.3 was when i decided to try steady driving (never exceeded 80, didn't go below 60). this was during the run-in. since then, my driving style has changed and probably so has the efficiency. but yet to drop below 23.5 on a highway with full load.
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Old 11th February 2010, 14:26   #2044
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I own a Hyundai Verna 2008 model (petrol). My mileage is quite poor. i get only around 9kmpl in the city wth AC. Only i drive it and im very careful. Hardly rev it over 3000rpm. Hyundai refuse to belive this and say everyhting is normal with the car. COuld anyone think of a reason for this?
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I own a Hyundai Verna 2008 model (petrol). My mileage is quite poor. i get only around 9kmpl in the city wth AC. Only i drive it and im very careful. Hardly rev it over 3000rpm. Hyundai refuse to belive this and say everyhting is normal with the car. COuld anyone think of a reason for this?
i feel 9-11 kmpl in the city with full ac on is par for the course for a C segmenter. i know quite a few people who claim that their petrol hatchbacks give them 9-11kmpl in the city with full ac on. even team bhp test review column gives the same figure for cars of this class. so relax and enjoy the drive
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Old 11th February 2010, 18:13   #2046
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Model: Toyota Fortuner jan 2010
Kms run: 500
Average FE: 11Kmpl
Driving Cycle: 60% Highway.
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Old 12th February 2010, 11:50   #2047
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Honda City Zx Gxi 13.8 overall with AC 14.8-15 overall without AC both with enthusiastic driving
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Old 12th February 2010, 16:03   #2048
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Mileage of my i10 Asta 1.2 ( Odometer reading 2000 km )

City : 10.25 ( 25% AC )
Highway : 14.75 ( 25% AC )
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Old 13th February 2010, 21:02   #2049
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ODO Reading: 1400 KMs
City: 15.8 KMPL with 70% AC ON
Highways: 21.6 KMPL with 100% AC ON
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Indica DLG TCIC
Odo : 38k
Mileage : 15kmpl to 20kmpl
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SWIFT ZXI 2006
ODO Reading : 46000Kms
Average FE : 12.5 kmpl
Driving cycle : 100% city with 50% AC
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City 12 Kmpl with AC
Highway 14 Kmpl with AC
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Swift Zxi
With 185 width tires - Highway efficiency 14.5kmpl
Best efficiency achieved Highway - 20.8kmpl

Now with 195 width tires - Highway efficiency 13kmpl
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Car: Palio 1.2 nv Sport
Run: 321 km
City/HW: 270/51km
Fuel consumed: 24.16ltr
FE: 13.28 kmpl
AC: 80%
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2006 Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi.

Kms done: 28600kms+
Usage: Chennai city outskirts. Average speeds ~40-50kmph.
Fuel consumed: ~7.2L
Kms done: 350kms. (Reserve to reserve)

FE: ~48.6 kmpl.
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