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    can someone tell me whats the milage of honada civic in city and on long routes thanks
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    Petrol CNG? which models? with AC without AC?
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    Auto or Manual tranny....!!

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    VTI or EXI ?

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    80-100 in the city, with AC.

    140-160 on longer routes, with AC
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    ^ agreed
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    Quote Originally Posted by bango

    80-100 in the city, with AC. 140-160 on longer routes, with AC

    Which civic? 1.3? 1.5? 1.6? 1.8? Hybrid? auto? manual?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bango



    80-100 in the city, with AC. 140-160 on longer routes, with AC





    Which civic? 1.3? 1.5? 1.6? 1.8? Hybrid? auto? manual?



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    He is talking about Accord2.4 ....LolzB-)

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    @Panic - the usual 1.5 to 1.8 litre versions - since they are the most common ones to be seen on the road.

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    @bango

    There is a huge different between 1.5 and 1.8. Whole 300CC so u can't measure the consumption until @poster becomes specific about the model.
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    @ Panic

    300cc is a big difference, but with all due respect, theres not THAT big a difference between the consumption of the mentioned1800cc and 1600/1500cc.

    As for being specific - that's quite a debateable issue. There are so many factors you need to consider if you are being specific-as consumption depends upon all of the below mentioned factors. You asked the first question yourself, the next questions will be
    2- How many people are sitting in the car
    3- What are the tyre specifications
    4- Was he going uphill or downhill
    5- Was the road tarmac or soil
    6- When was the last time you tuned your car

    and the list goes on.

    And you know one thing for sure that it depends ALOT on the driving style as well.

    That is the reason why I quoted the margins, and not the exact figure. I'm pretty confident the majority of 1.5-1.8 civics give nearly that average.
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    Naraz q hote ho mere bhai. Ye jo factors u mention, they are negligible but engine capacity should be the first question meri jaan. The average u mentioned can be of any car in this world. Not only for civic.
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    LOL @ Naraz q hote ho .... just read your space shuttle quote in another thread and was laughing.

    Believe me, the 200-300 cc engine capacity difference doesn't make THAT big a difference. For instance, if you're going on an alto @120 km/h, your RPM will be around 4.5-5.5 thousand. But if you're doing that on a CIVIC 1.5, the reading would be down to 3000. That's probably the reason why the fuel consumption of an Alto and a Civic @ 120 kmp is going to be pretty much same.

    As for the average being of any car in this world - well, every car has a consumption average. No matter what you quote, there are going to be several cars with the same average, so that's not a big deal.
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    ^^^chalo bhai ap jeete me hara........ leave it

    Which thread ur mentioning, space shuttle wali? Don't remember
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    Yeah right

    Someone was selling his CIVIC @ stock and claimed it to eat 120kmph in 6 seconds. The guy never returned after posting the ad.
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    ^^^^oh yes. lolzz
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    my civic exi 05 manual is giving between 12 to 13 km per liter within city without ac and between 10.5 to 11.5 with ac while it gives above 14 km per liter on highway with 195/65/15 pirelli tyres and cng never touched my car i think its superb mileage.

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    sorry i forgot to mention i was talking abt the latest reborn 1.8 l vti with auto trans on petrol .plz tell the milage w and w/o AC. thanks 4 ur replies
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    My civic 1.8 manual 2006 dont know cylinder size (9kg cng) fills for Rs 330 (Rs 37/kg) in city it does 110-120km without a.c
    80-95 with a.c

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