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    Default Honda city vario Idsi 2004 advancer

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    I have a honda city 2004 automatic.
    I have it from last few years, it was running absolutely fine on cng and giving me good fuel consumption. Now the problem is that on cng its not running too well, it doesnt speed up like before and also the rpm's increase while the speed remains slow.
    The mechanic asked to buy a new advancer. I am looking for answers that tell me what is the best advancer which i can use with this model.

    Thanks Shahid


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    I think what your mechanic meant was a new CVT transmission. Experts will be able to shed more light on this subject
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    Try running the car on petrol and then feel if the RPMs increase more with speed constant or not. If it does, then sir i believe the CVT is dying out on you.

    Remember, this transmission variant of Honda does not have a torque converter. If the problem persists, its either the belt slipping or the pulleys are not doing the job right.

    If it doesnt do the increase rpm thing, then we can proceed with CNG related issues such as tunning or advancer setting/replacement.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shahid78 View Post
    Hi

    I have a honda city 2004 automatic.
    I have it from last few years, it was running absolutely fine on cng and giving me good fuel consumption. Now the problem is that on cng its not running too well, it doesnt speed up like before and also the rpm's increase while the speed remains slow.
    The mechanic asked to buy a new advancer. I am looking for answers that tell me what is the best advancer which i can use with this model.

    Thanks Shahid
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    visit honda city fan club raise by @ahmadbila

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/whe...-city-fan-club

    good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustam54 View Post
    Try running the car on petrol and then feel if the RPMs increase more with speed constant or not. If it does, then sir i believe the CVT is dying out on you.

    Remember, this transmission variant of Honda does not have a torque converter. If the problem persists, its either the belt slipping or the pulleys are not doing the job right.

    If it doesnt do the increase rpm thing, then we can proceed with CNG related issues such as tunning or advancer setting/replacement.
    Dear Rustam!
    I am sure you do know lot about City IDSI Vario..am going to buy one, so wanted to know about its real fuel consumption..i have budget of 6.5-7 lacs and city exi/baleno and vario are my options. My selection criteria is fuel economy, resale value, 1300cc, trouble free car.

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    ^^
    buy a manual city then
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    This topic is two years' old, keep in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swades View Post
    Dear Rustam!
    I am sure you do know lot about City IDSI Vario..am going to buy one, so wanted to know about its real fuel consumption..i have budget of 6.5-7 lacs and city exi/baleno and vario are my options. My selection criteria is fuel economy, resale value, 1300cc, trouble free car.
    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    ^^
    buy a manual city then
    @swades

    hash4u has answered your question. City Vario is not that much fuel economical but yes its economy is better than a standard automatic in 1.3L category. People mostly report mileage between 12-14 for vario within city. The one's driving manual cars experience 13.5 ~16

    Its better to find city manual For Economy & Resale. For a relatively trouble free car, I am afraid you will have to raise your budget to around 8:50 to 9.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vajih102 View Post
    This topic is two years' old, keep in mind.

    Sent from my ST25a using PW Forums mobile app
    Indeed. Yet the question/post is new. And people come up asking question by searching forums first.

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    thanks guys, but i asked specifically about choice between exis 2002/3 and idsi vario (both automatic). I did digged lot of posts on PW forums then asked it. No one has compared IDSI vario vs EXIS (auto). I'd appreciate your 10cents as IDSI manual isnt in my range.

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