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    Default Honda city Aspire 1.5 RPM and fuel average

    Hi everyone! I've bought a Honda City Aspire 1.5 2014 model recently (8000 km driven). Uploading the pictures for you people to see
    I have 3 questions.
    1. Has anyone else noticed the relatively high R.P.M? I mean, when you start the car, you get app. 800 which is quite normal. But once it starts running, e.g. in the 4th gear at a speed of 80-90, the R.P.M is slightly above 3k. Isn't that a little high? This is my first manual car, so I don;t have a very decent idea!
    2. What fuel average are you getting out of it? My odometer shows 10.7 in city. Haven't tested it through tank to tank method yet! What should I be expecting though? In city and on highway!
    3. The gear and clutch feels a little stiff. How can that be improved?
    Would really appreciate your input!

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    clutch has mat stuck under it wont depress fully hence gear arey ga

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    Default Replacement with reborn

    do u have plan to replace with reborn 2010(Automatic). if so please let me know.
    Kamran 03245090615

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    The mat's not like this, normally! The car has proper mats!

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    its new every thing feels hard give it some time if there is some real problem take to honda under warranty

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    -Manual cars manufactured nowadays have short gear ratios. Since automatics are becoming the norm, manuals are seen as "performance options". Thus, they are given wannabe racer gear ratios. A mistake in my opinion.

    -There are a lot of ways to improve fuel economy. Generally, drive gently, change gears early, and avoid idling. If you want to do further research, give this a read. Read section II carefully. In section III, focus on DWB and DWL. The rest of the techniques are for people who have mastered the basics.

    -By using DWL, DWB, NICE-ON, and a special acceleration technique, I have been able to achieve 18 kml from an old automatic Civic. The drive was 90 km, with 32 km of rural roads, and the rest was a motorway drive. You can easily beat that figure in your car, provided you drive it with the proper technique.
    _ 22 km/l from '03 VTi automatic, with plenty of room for improvement
    _ How to hypermile: http://www.cleanmpg.com/community/index.php?threads/1510/

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    @ZainMahdi Thank you so much! Wonderful post.... Just what I was looking for

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