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|2nd October 2008, 18:11||#46|
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araje: I have to agree with GTO regarding honda having low end torque, it is the main reason you are having trouble in city driving.
My advise would be
1. when crawling in bumper to bumper traffic keep it 1st and release the clutch just a little bit without revving it to get it moving and once the car is moving you can let go the clutch completely.
2. like gto said rev the car a little before releasing the clutch, after a few weeks you and the car will get used to the driving style. remember these fuel injected cars are very adaptive to the driving style.
It should get better once the car clocks a few kms.
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