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There’s been a couple of posts asking members how efficient various vehicles are on fuel. And with the prices going up by Rs.8/= and with news in the air that it will go up again by another Rs.3/= soon, its getting even more important…

So what do you say we post the following details

Vehicle :

Transmission Type :

Engine Capacity :

Fuel :

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) :

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Any one know about fuel consumption in

1. Allion 240

2. Corolla 121

3. Corolla 141

4. Corolla 141 Diesel

5. Carina Si My road

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Hey!

There’s been a couple of posts asking members how efficient various vehicles are on fuel. And with the prices going up by Rs.8/= and with news in the air that it will go up again by another Rs.3/= soon, its getting even more important…

So what do you say we post the following details

Vehicle :

Transmission Type :

Engine Capacity :

Fuel :

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) :

Hmmm...Interesting topic dilesh... hu told u about the further increase by Rs.3/= ???

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Vehicle : Hyundai Accent GLS

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1.5 L

Fuel : Pertol 95 Octane

Km per Ltr, City : 12

Long Distance : 14

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Ooops Forgot about this part....

Vehicle : 1997 Nissan Sunny FB14

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 1500cc

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : 8km/ 10km

Yeah my sunny drinks petrol like a bitch... no thanks to the exhaust and a few things here and there... :o

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Hmmm...Interesting topic dilesh... hu told u about the further increase by Rs.3/= ???

my father was saying that it probably might hapen in the next couple of weeks...

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Vehicle : Nissan Cefiro A32

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 2000CC V6

Fuel : 95 Octane

Km per Ltr, City : 8

Long Distance : 10ish

Vehicle : Nissan Sunny B13

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1500CC

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr, City : 8 (on a gud day)

Long Distance : 10

the sunny has a carb problem to be sortd out hence the low figures

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Vehicle : Daihatsu - MIRA

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1000cc

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : 16 / 18

Vehicle : Hyundai Accent

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1500cc

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr, City : 09

Long Distance : 12

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Vehicle : Isuzu Gemini JT600

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1500CC

Fuel : Super Diesel

Km per Ltr, City : 10

Long Distance : not checked out yet.. but guessing abt 12-14

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Vehicle : Nissan Lucino

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1500 cc

Fuel : 95 Oct

Km per Ltr (city/long distance): 12 / 15

Vehicle : Nissan FB15

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 1500 cc

Fuel : 90 Oct

Km per Ltr (city/long distance): 8 / 10

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Damn...Looks like all the Nissans are turning out some really low fuel consumptions...

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Vehicle : Toyota Hiace Super Custom limited

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 2400 EFI Turbo

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr, City : 8-9

Long Distance : 12-13

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Vehicle : Suzuki G.Vitara

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 2000CC

Fuel : Super Diesel

Km per Ltr, City : yet to check out

Long Distance : disapointingly only 8.8 (i'm wondering if its cos i did a pretty rigourous drive to matara this time when i did the calculation)

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Vehicle : Mazda Familia

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 1500cc

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) :7/ 10-12

Vehicle : Nissan Xtrail

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 2000cc

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) :6/9 ish :action-smiley-060:

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Damn...Looks like all the Nissans are turning out some really low fuel consumptions...

i c uve chosen to ignore ur other cars :action-smiley-060:

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i c uve chosen to ignore ur other cars :D

:action-smiley-060::D .... Not Worth Talking about ....

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:action-smiley-060::D .... Not Worth Talking about ....

come on man im curious :D

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:action-smiley-060::D .... Not Worth Talking about ....

just curious.. how much does the lotus do?

its a 1800 engine right? so cant be that bad right...

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Damn...Looks like all the Nissans are turning out some really low fuel consumptions...

Thought that that was the generally accepted fact?

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come on man im curious :action-smiley-060:

Well...The STi on a good day may do around 6km and the GTR around 5km or so...and thats running 95 octane only... the Lotus on the other hand is bloody awesome.. we did a colombo - Bentota Beach run and it only consumd 14 odd litres... and thats going and coming back...

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Well...The STi on a good day may do around 6km and the GTR around 5km or so...and thats running 95 octane only... the Lotus on the other hand is bloody awesome.. we did a colombo - Bentota Beach run and it only consumd 14 odd litres... and thats going and coming back...

that wasnt too hard was it? :action-smiley-060: those r sorta the figures i expectd...tho i expectd less from the GTR n a wee bit more frm the REX...

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that wasnt too hard was it? :action-smiley-060: those r sorta the figures i expectd...tho i expectd less from the GTR n a wee bit more frm the REX...

Well the REX is running a 1.2 bar boost and with the 3" catback i kinda expect those figures... The GTR aint that bad until i change the boost on that too and when u push it hard u can literally see the fuel meter dropping... so its the price u pay for speed i guess...

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well forget the kelissa... looks like the lotus is the most fuel efficient car in SL :action-smiley-060:

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Vehicle : Toyota Cynos B '94

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1500cc

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : 12/15

Never tested with 95 octane. probably never will, at this rate :action-smiley-060:

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well forget the kelissa... looks like the lotus is the most fuel efficient car in SL :D

well i was pleasantly surprised on its economy... its a 1800 afterall ... :action-smiley-060::D

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Well the REX is running a 1.2 bar boost and with the 3" catback i kinda expect those figures... The GTR aint that bad until i change the boost on that too and when u push it hard u can literally see the fuel meter dropping... so its the price u pay for speed i guess...

ahhh figures...definitly...its like peter parker's uncle once said "with great power comes great fuel consumption"

still gud figures cos i knw a certain 2L x-trail dat does 6...no mods n no turbo...jus a bit of a load on the driver's side :action-smiley-060:

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