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    Guys one of my friend is having honda city idsi 2007 manual 80k on odo. He came from lahore to rawalpindi in 23litres of petrol the distance he travelled was 400km means around 18km/pl isnt this amazing? on full tank he came from lhr to rwp and also went back, this is superb never seen mileage like this. My vti o5 dosent gives more then 380km in one full tank. Im also thinking to change my car now, vti is getting heavy on pocket as my daily drive is around 70-80km. But no doubt idsi has no comparison to vti in terms of performance. What do you guys say.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gujar96 View Post
    Guys one of my friend is having honda city idsi 2007 manual 80k on odo. He came from lahore to rawalpindi in 23litres of petrol the distance he travelled was 400km means around 18km/pl isnt this amazing? on full tank he came from lhr to rwp and also went back, this is superb never seen mileage like this. My vti o5 dosent gives more then 380km in one full tank. Im also thinking to change my car now, vti is getting heavy on pocket as my daily drive is around 70-80km. But no doubt idsi has no comparison to vti in terms of performance. What do you guys say.
    i always found eagle eye heavy on fuel (petrol) compared to reborn even
    if u r shifting from civic to city then idsi is not for u find some steermatic
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    Quote Originally Posted by huzaifaa View Post
    i always found eagle eye heavy on fuel (petrol) compared to reborn even
    if u r shifting from civic to city then idsi is not for u find some steermatic
    yea reborn even has better fuel economy then eagle eye one. I have some friends and dealers who are selling there idsi less then 100k on odo from 9 to 10.5 lakhs isb registered, i have never driven idsi as some people compain that this car can do hardly 140-150 and it was only made to improve fuel efficiency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gujar96 View Post
    yea reborn even has better fuel economy then eagle eye one. I have some friends and dealers who are selling there idsi less then 100k on odo from 9 to 10.5 lakhs isb registered, i have never driven idsi as some people compain that this car can do hardly 140-150 and it was only made to improve fuel efficiency.
    it can easily touch 150 bro but tell me on how many road in pk u can touch 150?
    idsi can touch 150 even 150+ but stability at that speed becomes
    braking handling is also poor compared to eagle eye but still i prefer it as its very easy on pocket
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    yea the only thing is it is light on pocket nothing else, if vti gave more then 10 or 11 then it is the best car i would prefer. A properly maintained manual vti is quite powerful in terms of speed stability braking and other things. A clean vti in isb is hot cake now days people are asking 12+ for clean rides

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    my trip from isb to mirpur is 140 km

    on idsi cost is
    350 rps on cng
    900 on petrol

    on vitz
    1000 on petrol

    on reborn
    1500

    so there you can compare the difference
    not every one gets 18km/l on idsi... i have witnessed only a few claimers.. that too just on pakwheels not in real life.. so dont expect a miracle if you buy idsi..

    and 9th gen civic claims to do 15-16 on econo mode.. which is pretty good if it really does
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    My city is having 15kmpl in City without AC and 2.5k RPM... Light foot...!! probably it ll go to 18-19 on highway.. I never traveled on highway on petrol
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    Quote Originally Posted by huzaifaa View Post
    it can easily touch 150 bro but tell me on how many road in pk u can touch 150?
    idsi can touch 150 even 150+ but stability at that speed becomes
    braking handling is also poor compared to eagle eye but still i prefer it as its very easy on pocket
    Idsi with normal dual fuel setting i,e CNG installed intake blocked half would go 160-170 easily on petrol but on CNG it depends on how much flow of CNG you have opened. But 1 thing for sure is that there is no way you can exceed 100-110 km/hr in city traffic. And that to me is normal if my cars top speed is even 120km/hr. But if you want to use it as a highway or I would say M-2 car and you have only 2.5-3 hrs to travel from islamabad to lahore than you should look for a car that touched 170-180. Otherwise city is perfect for daily use that is why it is still running on roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravager View Post
    my trip from isb to mirpur is 140 km

    on idsi cost is
    350 rps on cng
    900 on petrol

    on vitz
    1000 on petrol

    on reborn
    1500

    so there you can compare the difference
    not every one gets 18km/l on idsi... i have witnessed only a few claimers.. that too just on pakwheels not in real life.. so dont expect a miracle if you buy idsi..

    and 9th gen civic claims to do 15-16 on econo mode.. which is pretty good if it really does
    dont drag 9th gen here there is hell price diff between both cars
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    Quote Originally Posted by huzaifaa View Post
    dont drag 9th gen here there is hell price diff between both cars
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    just mentioned it for reference if op can afford he might buy it.
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    selling idsi was the worst decision we made....bought 2004 zero meter, drove on petrol, gaved 18kmpl easily at times we fetched 20-21kmpl.
    on gas 180km/cyl was acheived, best i acheived was 207 on 55 cylinder
    car is quiet stable at 140, used dunlope sp sport (they used to be good back then)
    car does 160km/he easily on gas my top speed was 170.most people say facelift is quick and more economical then old idsi..
    believe me or not i got this milage more or less.and at time we sold city the odo was clocked at 195,000kms and it was still going strong.

    for your reference
    Honda City i-DSI gets 26.2km per liter in fuel economy challenge

    third reply on this thread
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    and i changed my signature to the current one after getting impressed by this idsi series
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    now u took it that much offensive what can i do
    i just said there is no point of comparison b/w both
    so chill bro
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    I have kept vti and have been keeping an iDSI for the last almost 7 years now. Given the current increase in petrol prices I do not think I would ever change to any other car unless of course my pay doubles!
    My 2005 model, has often given me 210+ per 55 Kg cylinder (mixed urban/highway driving, no AC). 14+ km/L within city (no AC).
    Most of the mileage figures are very (actually VERY) subjective so I would agree to some brother who said one should not fall for them and take big decisions.
    For example if you drive iDSI at 130 kmph (max challan free limit on motorway) and also a VTI at the same speed I don't think there will be a remarkable difference between the fuel consumed. Reason being engines performance curves are bell shaped curves between economy and speed. There is a speed at which they perform best. That is why gearing is needed, to maintain the engine at that speed. At higher speeds (road speeds) the engines of a smaller car (enginewise) has to go at higher RPM to achieve it as compared to a bigger car (enginewise). That may consume more fuel. So theoretically there will be a speed (road speed) at which a particular small engined car will be consuming as much fuel as a bigger engine car.
    So while I could easily reach Bhera on CNG with luggage and 4 adults in hot june afternoon driving at 130kph on VTI, iDSI hardly ever got to it (despite a much better city mileage figures).
    I hope this makes sense to most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x2 View Post
    I have kept vti and have been keeping an iDSI for the last almost 7 years now. Given the current increase in petrol prices I do not think I would ever change to any other car unless of course my pay doubles!
    My 2005 model, has often given me 210+ per 55 Kg cylinder (mixed urban/highway driving, no AC). 14+ km/L within city (no AC).
    Most of the mileage figures are very (actually VERY) subjective so I would agree to some brother who said one should not fall for them and take big decisions.
    For example if you drive iDSI at 130 kmph (max challan free limit on motorway) and also a VTI at the same speed I don't think there will be a remarkable difference between the fuel consumed. Reason being engines performance curves are bell shaped curves between economy and speed. There is a speed at which they perform best. That is why gearing is needed, to maintain the engine at that speed. At higher speeds (road speeds) the engines of a smaller car (enginewise) has to go at higher RPM to achieve it as compared to a bigger car (enginewise). That may consume more fuel. So theoretically there will be a speed (road speed) at which a particular small engined car will be consuming as much fuel as a bigger engine car.
    So while I could easily reach Bhera on CNG with luggage and 4 adults in hot june afternoon driving at 130kph on VTI, iDSI hardly ever got to it (despite a much better city mileage figures).
    I hope this makes sense to most.
    kindly share the petrol avg of both cars plzzzz
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    hazaifa. Sold VTI long ago (it was 2004 model) and the current iDSI has done 175K kms (pretty old by now). I drive on both CNG and petrol these days (can't waste time on CNG stations) so I usually do not get petrol average because there are CNG periods in between. The last time CNG cylinder ended it was after around 200 km. Overall my suggestion for people who worry about money and want to keep a little luxury in their commutes, there will hardly be a better choice than City.

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    huzaifa. I just realized that it is important to mention that the VTI was prosmatec as well and the iDSI is manual. Still higher speed mileage of VTI was better than the iDSI's. This is also to be attributed to the revolutionary technology for which it was named VTI (the VTEC).

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    Quote Originally Posted by alee1 View Post
    selling idsi was the worst decision we made....bought 2004 zero meter, drove on petrol, gaved 18kmpl easily at times we fetched 20-21kmpl.
    on gas 180km/cyl was acheived, best i acheived was 207 on 55 cylinder
    car is quiet stable at 140, used dunlope sp sport (they used to be good back then)
    car does 160km/he easily on gas my top speed was 170.most people say facelift is quick and more economical then old idsi..
    believe me or not i got this milage more or less.and at time we sold city the odo was clocked at 195,000kms and it was still going strong.

    for your reference
    Honda City i-DSI gets 26.2km per liter in fuel economy challenge

    third reply on this thread
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/per...ity-2006-i-dsi
    Toyota Corolla - 2012-2013 Toyota Corolla - Review by Vehicle Traders | Toyota Corolla

    mentioned there corolla delivered 20km/l on launch...
    so now corolla is better than i vtec in terms of mileage...
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    i have city vario and i had 2 long trips so far i can confidently say it gave me 18km/l , 4 persons sitting with 15 inch alloys !!! i-dsi is hell economical !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by typeN View Post
    i have city vario and i had 2 long trips so far i can confidently say it gave me 18km/l , 4 persons sitting with 15 inch alloys !!! i-dsi is hell economical !!
    it gv u even more if its on 13 stock size
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