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Old 28th November 2008, 15:20   #1
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Any of you guys using any online service to track the mileage etc.? I came across one such site called Fuelly | Share and Compare Your MPG

I have added my Swift there under 'Suzuki'.
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Old 28th November 2008, 16:06   #2
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Interesting site. Just signed up there and exploring the site
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Its us based so you will find cars sold in the west.
This means your suzuki swift will not be the same suzuki swift which others have.
And forget about qualis Tata etc.,
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Its us based so you will find cars sold in the west.
This means your suzuki swift will not be the same suzuki swift which others have.
And forget about qualis Tata etc.,
Tata & Qualis I dont know about but the swift is the same as they have a model year in their database which says 2007 and 2008. I guess this is the new swift. Yes engine configuration may vary.
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Yeah, i am also facing problems in the currency usage on the site. But, I think I can erally use such as site to help track my fuel-ups, mileage and trends and statistics from other fellow drivers. Maybe it will also show which fuel stations are providing better mileage.
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What use is the site if the comparison is US centric with different vehicles, different roads and different fuels. Keeping a log yourself and discussing on t-bhp makes sense.
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What use is the site if the comparison is US centric with different vehicles, different roads and different fuels. Keeping a log yourself and discussing on t-bhp makes sense.
Very right. This makes more sense. I agree!
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