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Thread: Mileage: Belta Vs. City A/T Vs. Reborn A/T

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    Default Mileage: Belta Vs. City A/T Vs. Reborn A/T

    Guys I know that the topic is a bit awkward:
    But this is what I'm looking for

    1) A Sedan that has the best mileage on petrol (1st priority)
    2) A Sedan that is automatic and maintenance/spare parts are cheap and easily findable (2nd priority)
    3) A car that that is easily resellable at a decent price (3rd priority)

    I am comparing 2006-7 Belta Vs. 2009 City Vs. 2007 Reborn A/T
    - what are their mileage ? I have heard that Reborn has a very bad mileage ? Is it true or just a rumor ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by aminurrehman View Post
    Guys I know that the topic is a bit awkward:
    But this is what I'm looking for

    1) A Sedan that has the best mileage on petrol (1st priority)
    2) A Sedan that is automatic and maintenance/spare parts are cheap and easily findable (2nd priority)
    3) A car that that is easily resellable at a decent price (3rd priority)

    I am comparing 2006-7 Belta Vs. 2009 City Vs. 2007 Reborn A/T
    - what are their mileage ? I have heard that Reborn has a very bad mileage ? Is it true or just a rumor ?
    The bold part takes out Civic from the list. Now let the owners of Belta and City inform you further.
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    Belta has the better fuel mileage
    Belta's spare parts are not at all cheap
    Belta does NOT have a good resale

    Civc A/T is the best choice if you can afford it.
    Otherwise City A/T will do the job for you

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    Go for CitY


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    @Poster
    As a City owner, let me share with you that the mileage of City A/T is not as the Manual version. I have daily office commute of 10-12Km and it gives me 10.9-11 Km. It has improved over the years from 8.9 to 9 and now this. Have had two long tours in past. One gave 14.5 and other 15km/l. These figures are taken from both On-Display and actual fuel/distance calculations and both tell the same story


    its is an essential trait of Auto tranny. This engine is economy-wise good but the A/T version is at par.

    However belta is CVT plus most versions are 1.0L. So it would technically give better economy. But you know the basics, CVT means no CNG and less resale because of market inability to maintain/troubleshoot such transmissions.

    P.S. I am neither against CVT nor against JDM vehicles. Putting resale/maintenance factor aside, on smaller engines, CVT drives better.

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    And what's the mileage difference between City and Reborn (automatic) ???
    I have heard rumours that Reborn doesn't give more than 6/Ltr ??? I mean is it really possible ??? Or it gives the same as City ??? some drivers of Reborn have told me that its 10Km/Ltr at least, if you drive it under 3000rpm ???

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    Awakening the dead

    I had the same question and now that I have seen this post, it is mostly answered. Thanks.

    Watching adds on Pakwheels of City and Civic, one has to think again about buying a Civic instead of a City. A year or two older version than the city off-course but still Civic has to have more comfort and durability. No?

    Would appreciate if some expert could shine some light on this please

    Thanks again
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    Dear Amin,

    Which one did you end up buying ? And how was your experience?

    Quote Originally Posted by aminurrehman View Post
    And what's the mileage difference between City and Reborn (automatic) ???
    I have heard rumours that Reborn doesn't give more than 6/Ltr ??? I mean is it really possible ??? Or it gives the same as City ??? some drivers of Reborn have told me that its 10Km/Ltr at least, if you drive it under 3000rpm ???

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    CITY 09 AT, 76k km driven. mostly used on Islamabad highway from Chaklala to Blue Area.
    I get mileage of above 14.7 kmpl (actual) sometimes 15.5 kmpl and very rarely 16 kmpl (all actual). on the meter i get (15.6 - 16.8 kmpl). all figures are with AC.

    at 120 kmph on motorway i get around 14 kmph actual (sometimes slightly less). on lower speeds 70 to 100 kmph i get over 17 kmpl (actual)

    previous owner of the car used to get upto 12 kmpl.

    I am happy with the consumption and all except for the suspension which is somewhat hard.
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