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Iam Driving normally and iam using Havoline. Didnt went for Honda Lubricants as i donnot trust their quality aswell.
The weird thing is they were like you have used non-Honda lubricant so your warranty is void now. After series of heated arguements they finally gave up and everything went according to me.
Iam talking about Honda City Sales, Kalima Chowk.
From cheap eurostars to missing trunk light in City, I used all my PakWheels knowledge to bust their butts and they were totally blank.
R18 boyz!.....Powered by Honda
As a owner of both Altis Cruisetronic and Vti Oriel Prosmatec I can confirm that Altis gives 1-2km/ltr better mileage
Mashallah v.nice ride,i dont like the rims tho,too many people have this same rim
Quite incorrect. It comes with a standard 4 speed A/T.Altis Crusitronic comes with an i-CVT transmission
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My family has been a honda user since the seventh gen came. But i do have the experience of driving corolla. I totally agree with airomerix, Honda's real driving pleasure is in driving it by yourself where as corolla's driving pleasure is the other way round.
As for the mileage comparison between altis and civic.. A difference of 1-2km/litr doesnt make a difference when you have already paid Rs. 2.0 million
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Too bad, you people start Honda / Toyota battle.... It look like you people are the share holders of Honda or Toyota. 2 Pages waste for useless comments. I beg you all to dont waste your time in useless discussion.
We spend on our vehicle for our own........... Please dont waste other pakwheller time who are looking for some information or secrching for some postive discussion.
Its stright and simple that
good fuel average. (only 1/2 km per liter)
Switchtronic / Triptronic
Fuel average meter
Rear LED lights
Electric power steering
Navigation with good sound quality
High tech interior and gauges
Better sound proof cabin than ALTIS
Seat height control
Best resale in its class
Every car of Corolla have same shape (XLI, GLI , ALTIS or ALTIS SR)
No DVD or Navigation (China after market navigation is crap and very poor sound)
Poor resale value
Comfort and Drive = Both same
Frankly, like @saadleo, @airomerix have already pointed out, the Civic is a very driver-centric car -- it's like having your own personal Cessna. It is a pure driving pleasure, from the futuristic design of the cockpit to the double-wishbone suspension on the rear wheels. And of course, there is the sportier-on-demand i-VTEC engine, but I won't go into that right now. The DBW in a Civic has a much shorter lag (in my opinion) when compared to the electronic throttle of an Altis. Similarly, an Altis has its own set of advantages over a Civic which people have debated in this thread and others (e.g. softer/more comfortable rear suspension, and less cramped back seat among others). And according to @mani1, an Altis Cruisetronic is more fuel efficient than a Civic PT (by 2 or so km/l).
But what interests me personally is: how does an Altis MT fare when compared to a Civic MT in terms of fuel consumption?
hi, congratulayions brother.... have you any plan to change tyre and rims....
very nice to see GPS. what maps are installed in it ?