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    Default 7th generation civic exi 2006 fuel average.

    Recently i calculated the average that my 2006 civic did on the motorway and it came out to be 14.5kms/litre. I wanted to find out from some of you who have the same car to share the fuel average here. It will help in determining what is a good reading on this particular car. In the city my car does between 11 - 12. Also, does computer tuning help in improving the fuel average in any way?


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    I guess thats not bad i am running a 1.5 efi engine as well and i am also getting around 12ish within city!!

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    Also, i am looking for new tyres for my car... The size currently installed is 185/65R14, which is the standard for the car... Should i stick with the same size or go for a different sized tyre?

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    @adi

    I think the average is quite reasonable both for city & long drive. My 2006 EXI (MT) gives the same average more or less. Its still on stock tyres although i feel tyres are a bit small and do not offer gud road grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adi_isb View Post
    Also, i am looking for new tyres for my car... The size currently installed is 185/65R14, which is the standard for the car... Should i stick with the same size or go for a different sized tyre?

    well go for R15/195. . they look good on eagle eye.

    as far as the fuel consumption is concerned. i think you are getting good average, this what people normally get. but yes computerized tuning if not done from long will definitely improve drive / consumption.

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    I get 11 km/litre in city driving on my 2003 Exi Prosmatec. So I guess yours is fine!
    Most cars in Pakistan are twin turbo. Turbo 1=Turn AC OFF. Turbo 2=Switch Car from CNG to Petrol

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    i got 215/55/r16 tyres on civic 2005 exi.....its on petrol, and it did 455 km's recently in city with a full tank of petrol.....is that ok guys?....
    low and slow...all day long...

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    I get around 490 km per tank with standard sized 195-65/R14 tyres. Your tires are quite big (215) hence the mileage you are getting looks very nice.

    An uncle of mine is getting 14.5 km / litre on his regular LHR-ISB trips through motorway, on a 2005 Vti manual.
    Most cars in Pakistan are twin turbo. Turbo 1=Turn AC OFF. Turbo 2=Switch Car from CNG to Petrol

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    AOA, Dear i just bought honda civic vti,oriel,prosmatic. its fuel average is very poor. please someone help me to improve milage.

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    Assalam o Alaikum

    I have Civic 2003 VTI 1600CC
    I checked mileage both City driving + Islamabad Highway. I got 13.2KM/L combined both city and highway. I kept AC on 60% of times and also i shifted gears at 2500RPM

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