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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) :

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Here u go!

Vehicle : Suzuki Swift 2010
Transmission : Automatic
Engine : 1.3
Fuel : 95 Octane
Km/l City : 10 - 12Kmpl
Km/l Outstaion : 12-14Kmpl

But again, If you DONT push hard. Then yeah i have reached 16Kmpl from Kandy to Colombo

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Vehicle : Mazda Interplay BG5P DOHC
Transmission : Manual 5F
Engine : 1.5
Fuel : 90 Octane
Km/l City : 9 - 10Kmpl
Km/l Outstaion : 11-12Kmpl

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can anyone tell me about ce110 fuel efficiency in autogear car?

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Honda civic 1992 Vtec-e 1.5

city (kadawatha-malabe)-12 kmpl mod.driving

Clmbo-kandy - 14 kmpl (5 people onboard)

Highway - 16 kmpl (av.speed 120kmph)

All figures above A/C off .

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Below are the figures for all three of my family Vehicles. All figures are with Air conditioning on the entire time. 95 Octane used on all three vehicles mainly because it shows a significant increase in mileage in all three cars and all three run smoother than on 90Octane

Vehicle : Honda Civic ES8 - Non V-TEC (Bought from Stafford Motors in 2003)
Transmission Type : 4 speed Automatic
Engine Capacity : 1493cc
Fuel : Ceypetco 95 Octane
Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : Varies from 7.4-10.5 City driving based on traffic, 15.5 Outstation,17 Highway (@2500RPM Avg speed 105kmph)

Vehicle : Mazda BG3S Hatchback 1990 JDM
Transmission Type : 4 Speed Manual
Engine Capacity : 1323cc
Fuel : Ceypetco 95 Octane
Km per Ltr (city/long distance): 9-10 City, 14.5 Outstation (No Tachometer to monitor RPMs :speechless-smiley-004: )

Fuel : Ceypetco 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance): 7 City, 12 Outstation

Vehicle : Mazda BJ3P (2000 model Bought brand new from Carmart)

Transmission Type : 5 Speed Manual
Engine Capacity : 1323cc
Fuel : Ceypetco 95 Octane
Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : 12.5 City, 15.5 Outstation, 22 Highway (@2500RPM Avg speed 100)

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Vehicle - 2010 Prius ZW30

Transmission - eCVT

Engine - 1800CC

Fuel - Octane 92 & Euro 3

KMPL - Colombo city - 13-15 Outstation - 19.5-21 Highway -22-23 Overall - 18

Maximum achieved is 23.4 from Mahragama to Galle via southern highway at an average speed of 95kmph (119km total distance).

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Vehicle - 2010 Prius ZW30

Transmission - eCVT

Engine - 1800CC

Fuel - Octane 92 & Euro 3

KMPL - Colombo city - 13-15 Outstation - 19.5-21 Highway -22-23 Overall - 18

Maximum achieved is 23.4 from Mahragama to Galle via southern highway at an average speed of 95kmph (119km total distance).

even premio 260 does 21-22 in highway 90-100kmph . how come the hybrid does only 23

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Vechicle - Hyundi Santa Fe 2014

transmission - Auto/manual 6 speed

Fuel - Super Diesel

Km/L - 10-9 in city, 14 in high way and 11-12 out station.

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even premio 260 does 21-22 in highway 90-100 kmph . how come the hybrid does only 23

No idea mate, so far that's the best I was able to achieve. I don't think i would be able to achieve anything more than that. May be switching off A/C might help.

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even premio 260 does 21-22 in highway 90-100kmph . how come the hybrid does only 23
No idea mate, so far that's the best I was able to achieve. I don't think i would be able to achieve anything more than that. May be switching off A/C might help.

Prius is powered by its engine when cruising at above speeds and the consumption may become comparable to that of a Premio. Switching off AC will not save much but if you dare to cruise your Prius at 40kmph on the highway you may get a better mileage. On the other hand, if you do a fair comparison of consumption in the city Prius will make a more significant difference.

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Vehicle : Honda Civic Hybrid (2011)
Transmission Type : CVT
Engine Capacity : 1330cc
Fuel : 95 Octane
Km per Ltr (city/long distance) :

City ( extreme stop and go traffic) : 7-11 kmpl

City ( slow moving traffic ) : 10-13kmpl

City ( free flowing traffic ) : 13-17kmpl

Long distance : 17-20kmpl

Highway : 20-24kmpl

Above figures with A/C on and not driving like a grandpa to save fuel.

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Prius is powered by its engine when cruising at above speeds and the consumption may become comparable to that of a Premio. Switching off AC will not save much but if you dare to cruise your Prius at 40kmph on the highway you may get a better mileage. On the other hand, if you do a fair comparison of consumption in the city Prius will make a more significant difference.

No point of mentioning fuel figures for a Prius on highway for a short trip like 100-200km.on highway the "effective" fuel figures might me 35kmpl. how?

simply it will give better figures when it is driven by the electric motor. figures will not be so good when battery is being charged.

then, to have better figures you should have "not that good" figures.

Edited by MV-5

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Vehicle : Toyota HILUX LN166R

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 2779 cc 3L

YOM : 2003

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr : City 10Km Outstation 12Km

Vehicle : Mitshubishi Delica P25

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 2477 cc 4D56 Turbo

YOM : 1995

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr : City 8km Outstation 9/10Km

Above figures with A/C

Below 2 figures are from NZ so ill put avg consumption

Vehicle : Nissan NOTE Rider

Transmission Type : CVT

Engine Capacity : 1498 cc HR15DE

YOM : 2006

Fuel : 91 Octane

Km per Ltr : 13 km avg

Vehicle : Toyota Land Cruiser PRADO

Transmission Type : Automatic

Engine Capacity : 2982cc 1KD-FTV

YOM : 2010

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr : 11.5 km avg

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even premio 260 does 21-22 in highway 90-100kmph . how come the hybrid does only 23

Thts because there's one giant snake in your premio. It comes factory fitted with most premio owners.

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No point of mentioning fuel figures for a Prius on highway for a short trip like 100-200km.on highway the "effective" fuel figures might me 35kmpl. how?

simply it will give better figures when it is driven by the electric motor. figures will not be so good when battery is being charged.

then, to have better figures you should have "not that good" figures.

what do you meant by "Effective" fuel figures?.

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Car - Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Engine - 2.0 JTDm2 Diesel Turbo 170bhp.

Gearbox - TCT 6speed (Twin Clutch Automated Manual)

YoM - 2012

Km/L - 10.5 in Colombo mostly in traffic. Highway - never really checked but feels like a lot. Maybe in the region of 14 or 15 is my guesstimate.

And my previous,

Car - Alfa Romeo 159

Engine - 2.2JTS Petrol 185bhp.

Gearbox - Manual 6 speed

YoM - 2007

Km/L - 7-7.5 in City traffic. 9-11 on long trips depending on where.

I'm enjoying the huge saving on my fuel bill. :)

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Car - AUDI A4

Engine - 1800cc Petrol (non turbo)

Gearbox - Manual

YoM - 1996

Fuel- 92 octane

Km/L - 9 in city 11 in outstations.. with AC


Moderate driving.. average 60 - 80 kmph


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what do you meant by "Effective" fuel figures?.

Ex: someone decide to save 100 rs per month from his salary. but in one month he had to lend 75 rs to a friend, due to that he was able to save only 50 rs.

next immediate month he will be able to save 100 + 75 rs.

if he is a Prius owner he will say that he saved only 50 rs in the first month (just like fuel figures in highway).

but in fact he has saved 50+75 rs in the first month. but only 100 rs in the second month.

for the first month "Effective value" is 125 rs, but actual value is 50 rs.

for the second month "Effective value" is 100 rs, actual value is 175 rs

just forget , i was just kidding!!!!!!!!!!!! :speechless-smiley-004:

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Vehicle : Ford Ranger

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 3000 cc

YOM : 2004

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr : City 8 Km Outstation 10 Km

Vehicle : Nissan Avanir

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 2000 cc

YOM : 1996

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr : City 10 Km Outstation 12 Km

Vehicle : Nissan Sunny SB14

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 2000 cc

YOM : 1999

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr : City 12 Km Outstation 14 Km

And Previous

Vehicle : Maruti 800

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 800 cc

YOM : 2005

Fuel : Petrol

Km per Ltr : City 15+ Km Outstation 17+ Km

Vehicle : Toyota ke 72

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1300 cc

YOM : 1986

Fuel : Petrol

Km per Ltr : City 10 Km Outstation 12 Km

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Thts because there's one giant snake in your premio. It comes factory fitted with most premio owners.

it's not the meter display calculation, it,s manual calculation

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it's not the meter display calculation, it,s manual calculation
Thts because there's one giant snake in your premio. It comes factory fitted with most premio owners.

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it's not the meter display calculation, it,s manual calculation

All spark plugs are not firing, noh?

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even premio 260 does 21-22 in highway 90-100kmph . how come the hybrid does only 23
Thts because there's one giant snake in your premio. It comes factory fitted with most premio owners.
it's not the meter display calculation, it,s manual calculation

Indicator on our premio once only showed me a figure like 21.5kmpl in southern highway and rest of the time, it ended around 16 - 17.5kmpl.

Like VVTi said, there can be calculation errors

Check this Top Gear video (

) you can see a BMW M3 does better in fuel economy than a Prius when u driven then as fast(above 120kmph)
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