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    Question Tyres for Honda City IDSI and Fuel Consumption per litre?

    What fuel consumption you geting with your tyres and rim sizes?
    Please specify the name of tyres and your size of tyres and their rims.

    Only experienced users of Honda CIty IDSI reply.


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    well the last time i got yokohama's A spec tires....

    they are well over their mileage now..need to be replaced... but i made a trip to isloo just after eid like recently...

    point to note.. my car is the 2005 model...with 160k on the odometre...

    we went there with AC on...3 ppl on board...made one stop throughout...

    and the mileage i got from my baby was 17.3 KM/L !!

    man i love my city cause of this...

    on the way back got 16.5...cause raat ka time tha...and i oversped at times :p


    so u can consider them... if anyone has better options...im open to those too...
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    Default size?

    Mr.Mohsin what was the size of your rim and tyre?
    Whats Up Doc!!!

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    stock stock stock... whatevers stock.. is it 185 ?
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    185/55/R14 Yokohama DB i used to get 15-16 kmp/l with ac on my 2007 city idsi manual, it was 67k on odometer, i usually drive in rwp/isb but on long routes this car gives very awsome mileage a full tank can give 680km with a/c and max speed till 120km/h

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    Tire Manufacturer: Yokohama A Drive
    Tire size: 185/70/R14
    Mileage: 13km/ liter in city
    15.5km/ liter on highways

    Gives me around 825km for 5500rs of petrol which is roughly equal to 56 liters. Speed varies from 80 to 140kmh. Car is Honda City Vario 2004 with 128k on the odo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsin129 View Post
    well the last time i got yokohama's A spec tires....

    they are well over their mileage now..need to be replaced... but i made a trip to isloo just after eid like recently...

    point to note.. my car is the 2005 model...with 160k on the odometre...

    we went there with AC on...3 ppl on board...made one stop throughout...

    and the mileage i got from my baby was 17.3 KM/L !!

    man i love my city cause of this...

    on the way back got 16.5...cause raat ka time tha...and i oversped at times :p



    so u can consider them... if anyone has better options...im open to those too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsin129 View Post
    well the last time i got yokohama's A spec tires....

    they are well over their mileage now..need to be replaced... but i made a trip to isloo just after eid like recently...

    point to note.. my car is the 2005 model...with 160k on the odometre...

    we went there with AC on...3 ppl on board...made one stop throughout...

    and the mileage i got from my baby was 17.3 KM/L !!

    man i love my city cause of this...

    on the way back got 16.5...cause raat ka time tha...and i oversped at times :p


    so u can consider them... if anyone has better options...im open to those too...

    Check mine then.
    car is 2007 model
    Dunlop 195/60/15
    full tank of 45L giving almost 750 kms but with not more than 3 rpm's on motorway.

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    I used City IDSi for nearly 5 years, the ideal tyre size would be 185/65/R14, this will not effect your economy and comfort, I had a good experience of Dunlop SP Sports 490, But on my current ride (City 2014) I have continental tyres and believe me they are the best, so if you can get Continental in 185/65/R14 that would be best, they might cost you a bit extra but really worth the price.

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    Forgot to mention the fuel economy with 185/65/R14 Dunlop SP Sports 490, in city it was usually between 13 to 13.5 km/l, where as on highway/motorway between 15-17 km/l

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    Stock size for this car is 185/70 R13.

    Actually the same size stock on 28 years old Accord.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradpit View Post
    Stock size for this car is 185/70 R13.

    Actually the same size stock on 28 years old Accord.
    I beg to differ. The stock size for this car (on Steel Rims) is 165/80/R13

    Snapshot attached for reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustam54 View Post
    I beg to differ. The stock size for this car (on Steel Rims) is 165/80/R13

    Snapshot attached for reference.

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    Brother is it 2003 IDSI or 2005 ?

    Because my old 2001 EXi Prosmatec also had 185/70 R13 but in 2005 EXi Prosmatec had 185/65R14 Stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustam54 View Post
    I beg to differ. The stock size for this car (on Steel Rims) is 165/80/R13

    Snapshot attached for reference.

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    agreed with rustam sir.. my city 06 also got this sticker with same tyre size as mentioned..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradpit View Post
    Brother is it 2003 IDSI or 2005 ?

    Because my old 2001 EXi Prosmatec also had 185/70 R13 but in 2005 EXi Prosmatec had 185/65R14 Stock.
    The rim size for both 2003 & 2006 is R13. The above snap is taken from a 2004. And I dont suppose Honda Changed profile between the 2003 and 2006 models.

    Only the Steermatic has 185-55-R15

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    My xe corolla n idsi both have stock size general xp. 165 80 13. I can easilly put one cars tyres on another this way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s4shakil View Post
    Forgot to mention the fuel economy with 185/65/R14 Dunlop SP Sports 490, in city it was usually between 13 to 13.5 km/l, where as on highway/motorway between 15-17 km/l
    Hello, dear i bought city 2007 manual petrol driven 135 odometer shows, i m concerned about my fuel consumption it hardly giving me approx 13 with AC 50-60% on..along with light foot.. i have done tuning tappets oil and everything recently tyre size 14/60/165. Yokohama.
    tyre pressure 30PSI both front and rear..

    anything else i can do to get max mileage on petrol..??

    please let me know asap.

    Thanks

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    Salam Mohsin i have a quick question for you brother,
    i've bought city 07 manual patrol driven 1 month ago. i've done all tuning including tappets engine oil gear oil. all filter. etc etc.
    but the consumption i m getting with 60% max AC on is 13 Max within city and having light foot on accelerator,
    what would be the reason why i m not getting around 14 alteast.
    i've heard that the coil's can make the difference ( it costed alot ) so i haven't changed it, its been repair by somehow and being in used once again. rest i have changed everything which may cause the consumption including new tyres yokohama 14/60/160/ with 30PSI air pressure both rear and front.

    let me know the solutions if u have any clue..

    waiting for the prompt response.

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    Unhappy How to enhance city 07 patrol consumption.

    Salam Pakwheelers,

    i have a quick question for you brother,
    i've bought city 07 manual patrol driven 1 month ago. i've done all tuning including tappets engine oil gear oil. all filter. etc etc.
    but the consumption i m getting with 60% max AC on is 13 Max within city and having light foot on accelerator,
    what would be the reason why i m not getting around 14 at least.
    i've heard that the coil's can also make the difference ( it costed a lot ) so i haven't changed it, its been repair by somehow by ' USTAD JEE ' and been in used once again. rest i have changed everything which may cause the consumption including new tyres yokohama 14/60/160/ with 30PSI air pressure both rear and front.

    let me know the solutions if u have any clue..

    waiting for the prompt response.

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    [KQUOTE=waqar613;4764119]Salam Pakwheelers,

    i have a quick question for you brother,
    i've bought city 07 manual patrol driven 1 month ago. i've done all tuning including tappets engine oil gear oil. all filter. etc etc.
    but the consumption i m getting with 60% max AC on is 13 Max within city and having light foot on accelerator,
    what would be the reason why i m not getting around 14 at least.
    i've heard that the coil's can also make the difference ( it costed a lot ) so i haven't changed it, its been repair by somehow by ' USTAD JEE ' and been in used once again. rest i have changed everything which may cause the consumption including new tyres yokohama 14/60/160/ with 30PSI air pressure both rear and front.

    let me know the solutions if u have any clue..

    waiting for the prompt response.[/QUOTE]

    Dear see ur stock tyre size and use tyre size near this. I hv city 2006 its stock size is 165/80/13 but it has 185/70/13 it gives me avg of 16.60 with a.c on 5 person on board long plus short rute. I think its best avg I m getting. Enhancing to large rims often reduce milage

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