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    Default Honda City Vario 2005 Mileage Problem!

    Hi all.

    My Honda City Vario 2005 gives 105-110 km in around 10 litres of petrol

    Before it was giving 6-7km/l

    It's better but I heard it can give atleast 12-13kpl

    Any suggestions?


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    I noticed one thing,
    When I put petrol of Rs. 500 it gave me 60 kms but when I put petrol of 1000 it gave me 100 kms. So maybe that accounts for lesser weight.

    I also hypermile more often then speeding up immediately.

    I'm getting alloy rims for Rs. 12000. Should I get them, is the price ok? The quality's decent ones and they're imported.
    Will they increase mileage by 2km/l?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sp95 View Post
    I noticed one thing,
    When I put petrol of Rs. 500 it gave me 60 kms but when I put petrol of 1000 it gave me 100 kms. So maybe that accounts for lesser weight.

    I also hypermile more often then speeding up immediately.

    I'm getting alloy rims for Rs. 12000. Should I get them, is the price ok? The quality's decent ones and they're imported.
    Will they increase mileage by 2km/l?
    No, alloys are not responsible for fuel average, fat tyres have something to do with the mileage, that too not much, rim size should be correct.

    Have you checked the condition of the spark plugs, they are 8 in total.

    Also, change your car's CVT fluid with Honda's original one, it will cost you some money but its worth it.

    BTW, Vario's average is very good better than my 1000cc Joy, i think it is 12 to 13 kms/liter, now i dont have it so cant recall the exact figures

    How much has your car done? you may also need a throttle body cleaning via carburator cleaning spray, no big deal, first get your car's throttle body sprayed and then change its spark plugs if they are too old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c123pk View Post
    No, alloys are not responsible for fuel average, fat tyres have something to do with the mileage, that too not much, rim size should be correct.

    Have you checked the condition of the spark plugs, they are 8 in total.

    Also, change your car's CVT fluid with Honda's original one, it will cost you some money but its worth it.

    BTW, Vario's average is very good better than my 1000cc Joy, i think it is 12 to 13 kms/liter, now i dont have it so cant recall the exact figures

    How much has your car done? you may also need a throttle body cleaning via carburator cleaning spray, no big deal, first get your car's throttle body sprayed and then change its spark plugs if they are too old.

    I think this is the real masla which I figured out a week before.

    I have 2 TOYO japanese tyres at the front, and 2 stock tire general at the back.

    My mileage has increased from 6km/l to 9km/l or sometimes 10km/l.

    But it can still be increased, and petrol's getting expensive.

    My car has done 73K km's in total.

    The car expert told me that alloys will effect by 2km/l or something like that.

    Thanks

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    @Sp95:
    I think changing rims or even tyres will have less impact than going for a full inspection/tunning/service of ur car. Changing CVT fluid, Fuel Filter, Throttle body service, plugs etc. will definitly improve your per litre milage. Also try to get ur fuel from any well reputed petrol pump as low quality/mixing of fuel also has negative impact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maq73 View Post
    @Sp95:
    I think changing rims or even tyres will have less impact than going for a full inspection/tunning/service of ur car. Changing CVT fluid, Fuel Filter, Throttle body service, plugs etc. will definitly improve your per litre milage. Also try to get ur fuel from any well reputed petrol pump as low quality/mixing of fuel also has negative impact.
    Thanks

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    So now I am achieving 10.5 to 11 kpl.

    Will be going for a full inspection this week hopefully..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sp95 View Post
    Yass I know, please tell me of a good mechanic in Karachi.

    Anyone who knows of a reliable and right priced mechanic not 'jugaroo' lol.

    Who can fix this problem and has done many missions like this
    Bro i bought 2006 vario 1 month ago and its also on petrol i m getting same average....10-11km/litre in city Islamabad and moterway 12.5km/l when i keep it under 2000 rmp without A/c......i m also very disappointed with its average.... i got tune my car from honda i-10 including air filter replaced by honda original parts tappet adjusted and thorrtle cleanup after tuning diagnostic with computer software result was car is normal but still on same position.......PLZ tell me any person i live in islamabad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aakbar View Post
    I'm using Michelin Energysaver for the last 3 years. Size is 185/65/R14. total mileage is 75k Kms and still good to go for atleast another 25 to 30km. They are soft enough for a comfortable noise free ride yet hard enough to last much longer than regular dunlops and yokos. Its one of the most expensive tyres in the market yet it desrves this much. If thats not enough, there isn't a single puncture on any of the four tyres.

    The max mileage i got from my city iDSI 2005 is 23km/litre on hypermiling at conitnuous 75-80km/hr speed on the motorway from Lhr to Isloo and back to Lhr (with some city driving as well) in 2 days. I still get around 16-17km/litre in city driving if i use light foot and careful driving. Total mileage on the odo is 161k as of today as I just got back from Mangla. I hope that will help.
    Do u have vario idsi or manual one..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterbabu View Post
    Dude... ur car can easily done 16-17 km/Ltr ... I know a person who can fix it...
    Dear Can you please share the mechanic number for ISLAMABAD
    I've iDSI 2005 city auto transmission

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    I have iDSI Vario Auto Transmission 2005, and same issue of low average i.e. 7-8km/l local and 12.5km/l long without ac. I am planning to fix this issue, can anyone tell me any mechanic in Islamabad who can fix this issue. Also can any one let me know what average it should give as I am running my car on petrol from day one. Its mileage is 80K now.

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