What car do you drive?

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  1. gengmd

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    Our Jazz does 14-16 km/liter :)
     
  2. kentamayo

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    Isuzu Crosswind XUVi

    avg about 12km/L city and 15 km/L hi-way (what's left of the SLEX anyway)
     
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    racing blue 2.0 '06 civic :D
     
  4. Libra

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    2000 Blue Toyota RAV4
     
  5. Supreme_Being

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    A Mitsu Adventure SS.
     
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    Hey, I wanna see this. Got a link or something?
     
  7. mbp_user

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    '07 Ford Focus Sport
    2.0 Turbo Diesel
    12 kms/liter on the average
    full tank (2,400) lasts for 2 weeks :)
     
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    03 Honda CRV 4 x2
     
  9. mnx

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    my wife drives a couple of old cars:

    opel vectra wagon (2.5l v6)
    - city 7-8 km/l
    - highway 12 km/l (with cc on)
    bmw 320 sedan (2.0l i6)
    - city 7 km/l
    - highway 10 km/l

    i drive (ride):
    ktm duke (0.6l single)
    - 15 - 18 km/l depending on how nice i am with the throttle
    suzuki tl1000s (1l v2)
    - 12 - 15 km/l depending on how nice i am with the throttle
     
  10. naloo0504

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    BMW 316i E36 (8-10km/L)
    Chevy Optra 1.6 (6-8km/L)
     
  11. nurse_corrupted

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    Yep. That's why I don't leave my leather bag (containing my laptop) whenever I park anywhere outside my garage. I always bring it with me.

    When I'm in the Yaris, I always have that heavy feet. I love it because of the firm suspension and sporty feel. Better in curves like Marilao exit with a speed of 80 km/L. All of my internal organs are on one side of my body. Hahaha

    I hope I could buy another car but right now, I'm concentrating on building my own house.
     
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  12. j6l_hanopol

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    n_n well I drive our family car..

    Chevy Optra'06 1.6 LS
    Isuzu Alterra'08

    Gas consumption? Ouch with our Optra.. :D with the Alterra? Not bad.. n_n
     
  13. raypin

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    house first. wheels later. unsolicited but sound advice.

    heavy foot just once. travelled 180 mph on a freeway just for the thrill of it. never did it again.
     
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    '99 Honda Civic (Red) ... but I wish a had a PRIUS! :) (especially the next-gen, SOLAR-powered PRIUS!)
     
  15. QQQ-555

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    I have a white '89 Turbo Charged Toyota Corolla

    It runs on Apple:
    17" MacBook Pro in the dash
    17" MacBook Pro in the trunk
    for Audio and Video Integration with Momo Polk Audio
    15 pcs speaker set up

     
  16. raypin

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    oh wow......a virtual orgasmic experience for the aurally-challenged....
    he he he.....
     
  17. QQQ-555

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    I like the way you put it raypin :)

     
  18. bleh888

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    2005 Toyota Rav 4.
     
  19. essay

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    I drive a civic 1.8S manual. Mine is fuel efficient. It has the power of 1.8 with a 1.6 gas consumption.

    city driving mileage, 10km/liter
    highway, 11 to 12 km/liter (heavy on the pedal)

    the highest mileage I had was 16km/liter, highway... but this was economy driving, I didn't exceed 80km on the speedometer.

    Manual civic is more fuel efficient than automatic. True to other automatic cars, i guess.
     
  20. pavlos

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    mine's a 08' mazda 3 (white), average city driving is 9km/liter

    about the stickers, i take my chances anyway the sticker looks good on it...
     

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