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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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Hey thats what I mentioned. Earlier ones with ECTs and Post 2006 (Second Gen) with CVTs.

MINIACE

yes but the one he has mentioned isnt a NZT260( 2nd gen.) he has mentioned a NZT240(1st gen.)

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yes but the one he has mentioned isnt a NZT260( 2nd gen.) he has mentioned a NZT240(1st gen.)

Not clear what you are trying to highlight mate.You get NZT240 engined second gen versions. Only difference is between ECT and CVT.

MINIACE

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Not clear what you are trying to highlight mate.You get NZT240 engined second gen versions. Only difference is between ECT and CVT.

MINIACE

bro! NZT240 is a chassis number not an engine. What i'm trying to say is that he has mentioned two first generation Allions but with different fuel figures

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bro! NZT240 is a chassis number not an engine. What i'm trying to say is that he has mentioned two first generation Allions but with different fuel figures

He means the 2nd generation of the 240, call it a face lift if you will. I believe they were released around 2006 2004 and continued till early/mid 2007, and they have LED taillights and projector headlights as standard and not retrofitted, as quite a few are nowadays, and optional projector headlights. And you confused him, I think he meant the 1NZ-FE.

Edit: Had to call up a mate who owns one such Allion to verify the data.

Edited by terrabytetango

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Yes I stand corrected, thats 1st gen 1NZ-FE engines with ECT trannies and second gen (Post 2006) 1NZ-FE engines with CVTs. Thats the only possible lead to better fuel consumption. 2007 is second gen.

MINIACE

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He means the 2nd generation of the 240, call it a face lift if you will. I believe they were released around 2006 2004 and continued till early/mid 2007, and they have LED taillights and projector headlights as standard and not retrofitted, as quite a few are nowadays, and optional projector headlights. And you confused him, I think he meant the 1NZ-FE.

Edit: Had to call up a mate who owns one such Allion to verify the data.

I did know about the face-lift version,its this

800px-Toyota_Allion_01.jpg

and theres a face-lift version in NZT260 as well, it came out in July 2010 which has a different engine from the one found in the pre-facelift NZT260.

by the way i dint know that 'miniace' was referring to the face lift model

Yes I stand corrected, thats 1st gen 1NZ-FE engines with ECT trannies and second gen (Post 2006) 1NZ-FE engines with CVTs. Thats the only possible lead to better fuel consumption. 2007 is second gen.

MINIACE

I though you were talking about the NZT260 because you said 'second generation'. the Allion that came out in 2004 is just a face-lift first generation NZT240. Yeah CVT improves fuel efficiency and i guess it improves acceleration as well

but i still have a doubt whether those facelift NZT240's came with CVT because i haven't seen '2' in the gear panel in any other vehicle that has CVT

http://exchange.goo-net.com/usedcars/TOYOTA/ALLION/700030071120120404001/index.html

moreover wikipedia says that only NZT260 came with CVT

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Edited by Magnum

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18Km/L? you sure? any idea about the 1800CC one?

Yes everyday I used to come office during traffic hours it is doing ~14 and when I am going home again it is doing ~18

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Vehicle : Lancer CS1 2002

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1300 cc

Fuel : Petrol - 90 octane

Km per Ltr City: 12-12.5

Km per Ltr long distance : 15-16

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Vehicle : Mazda Familia BJ5

Transmission Type : Auto

Engine Capacity : 1500 CC

Fuel : 90 Octane

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : 9 - 10 / 10 - 11.5

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Vehicle : Perodua Viva Elite

Transmission Type : MT

Engine Capacity : 1000cc

Fuel : Euro 3

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) :11 -12 km / 15 - 17+km (with A/C)

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Vehicle : Honda civic ES8

Transmission : MT

Engine Capacity : 1493CC

Fuel : Euro 3

KM per litre : Average around 13.6kmpl (20km city, 40km highway - Office travel - City figures I am guessing is like 10, 11)

Max did so far: 14.28kmpl (Mixed driving in city and outstation)

Based on distance driven/ fuel spent.

Changing gears below 2000, (below 2500 for sure)

Highway at 3000rpm (100kmph)

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Vehicle : Nissan Bluebird U13

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 2000CC

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr (Combined with A/C mostly) : 16.5

Hay I don't know much about Bluebird but as I have heard Nissan cars are very inefficient on fuel consumption isn't it?

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Please can some one provide information about Toyota Corona fuel consumption ?

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Vehicle : ford laser gl sedan 1991 model

Transmission Type : manual

Engine Capacity : 1300cc

Fuel : petrol 90 octane

Km per Ltr, City : 10/11

Long Distance : 12.5/13

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Vehicle : ford laser gl sedan 1991 model

Transmission Type : manual

Engine Capacity : 1300cc

Fuel : petrol 90 octane

Km per Ltr, City : 10/11

Long Distance : 12.5/13

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Vehicle : Kia Sorento 2012

Transmission Type : Automatic

Engine Capacity : 2200 cc

Fuel : Super Diesel

Km per Ltr, City : 9

Long Distance : 13 ish

Edited by ModX
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Vehicle : Mitsubishi Montero Sport 2011

Transmission Type : Automatic

Fuel : Super Diesel

Km per Ltr, City : 7

Long Distance : 10

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Vehicle : Mazda Tribute 2001

Transmission Type : Automatic

Engine Capacity : 2000cc

Fuel : normal pump gas

Km per Ltr, City : 6

Long Distance : 10 (E01 run with hypermilling)

Vehicle : Honda Civic Hybrid FD3

Transmission Type : CVT

Engine Capacity : 1300cc + IMA

Fuel : normal pump gas

Km per Ltr, City : 11

Long Distance : 16/17'ish

Edited by 67Dodge

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Vehicle : Mazda Tribute 2001

Transmission Type : Automatic

Engine Capacity : 2000cc

Fuel : normal pump gas

Km per Ltr, City : 6

Long Distance : 10 (E01 run with hypermilling)

Vehicle : Honda Civic Hybrid FD3

Transmission Type : CVT

Engine Capacity : 1300cc + IMA

Fuel : normal pump gas

Km per Ltr, City : 11

Long Distance : 16/17'ish

What exactly did you mean by "normal pump gas"? Please let us know what the "abnormal" ones are so that we can avoid them. Thanks!

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What exactly did you mean by "normal pump gas"? Please let us know what the "abnormal" ones are so that we can avoid them. Thanks!

Just meant the cheapest Petrol & not the higher octane rated stuff.

No disrespect meant to the Abnormal pump gas though! never know when they will pop up again,

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Vehicle : Corolla DX Wagon (CE96) 1991

Transmission Type : Manual

Engine Capacity : 1800cc

Fuel : Diesel

Km per Ltr (city/long distance) : 13 / 16

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Vehicle : Toyota Corona Premio AT210 (1996)

Transmission : Auto

Engine : 1.6ltr

Fuel : Petrol

KMPL City : 7-10 (depend on what mode ur driving)

KMPL Outstaion : 10 - 12 (depend on what mode ur driving)

Edited by Schiffer

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Hay I don't know much about Bluebird but as I have heard Nissan cars are very inefficient on fuel consumption isn't it?

im not worried about other Nissan cars, mine does fine and i'm happy with it

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Could Mitsubishi worse than Nissan on fuel? I got blasted from my relations when I bought my Lancer for not going for a commont type as Corolla or Sunny.

Edited by hrm

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