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    Default Honda City i-dsi 2008 Petrol, Manual, 1.3 fuel average ?

    I want to improve fuel consumption of my car so need your help, & what should be the actual fuel average of this model.
    & what is the benefit of 8 spark plug in i-dsi ?


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    bumpppp !

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    It's intelligence dual sequential ignition system which provides more power having more plugs with less fuel consumption. Idsi is famous for fuel economy. Its fuel average is best amongst all other cars of 1300cc depending upon driving style and engine condition. My city 2006 was giving 18+ km/lit Without AC and with ac it was 14 km.

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    Drive sober. use coast mode driving style. google it
    Maintain Tyre pressure 32 in all tyres (i keep it this way. since last 6-7 years).
    Tune up. Ultimately the only difference you will ever make is through your driving style
    regards

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    Kya tyres & rims ki waja se bhi fuel consumption ka farq parta hai ?

    I am using 15" alloy rims and Yokohama advan db 185/65 R15 changed few days ago but its orignal tyre size is 165/80 R13.

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    Yes @nazimsandhu
    Big tyre size reduces your fuel average
    Honda City idsi 2004 1.3L MT and Toyota Corolla GLi 2013 1.6L A/T
    Thanks ALLAH..

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    All work done by honda but still fuel average problem in my city, need your help please.

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