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Discussion in 'General OT' started by weirdohenrico, Jul 31, 2008.
Our Jazz does 14-16 km/liter
Isuzu Crosswind XUVi
avg about 12km/L city and 15 km/L hi-way (what's left of the SLEX anyway)
racing blue 2.0 '06 civic
2000 Blue Toyota RAV4
A Mitsu Adventure SS.
Hey, I wanna see this. Got a link or something?
'07 Ford Focus Sport
2.0 Turbo Diesel
12 kms/liter on the average
full tank (2,400) lasts for 2 weeks
03 Honda CRV 4 x2
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
BMW 316i E36 (8-10km/L)
Chevy Optra 1.6 (6-8km/L)
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.
n_n well I drive our family car..
Chevy Optra'06 1.6 LS
Gas consumption? Ouch with our Optra.. with the Alterra? Not bad.. n_n
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.
'99 Honda Civic (Red) ... but I wish a had a PRIUS! (especially the next-gen, SOLAR-powered PRIUS!)
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
oh wow......a virtual orgasmic experience for the aurally-challenged....
he he he.....
I like the way you put it raypin
2005 Toyota Rav 4.
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.
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...