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    Assalam-O-alaikum,

    Need expert opinion on mileage about my recently bought Toyota Se Saloon 2003 Automatic 1600cc
    Download Automatic Mileage Calculator  Need Expert Opinion for my SE Saloon 2003 -1030983
    (Only city driven and most of the drive is on rush hours)

    Approx. mileage on CNG only is 5.5-6.5 Rs/KM
    The calculator shows at the bottom both CNG and Petrol which cost me 8.46 Rs/KM (26% money spend on petrol and 74% on CNG)

    Previously I have Santro Club GV 2005, 1000cc which cost me 4.39 Rs/KM (18% money spend on petrol and 82% on CNG)

    So when I compare the results with 1000cc it cost me double is that okay with my SE Saloon?

    Please guide me is any tuning and service require to improve the mileage performance or my SE Saloon given good mileage?

    Now the best part you can also use my Google Doc excel sheet for calculating exact mileage for your cars you just need to enter meter reading, rs for cnd/petrol and date that's all everything else is automatically calculated.

    Just inbox me your email address on Facebook I will send you the document for FREE
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    i think ur cars mileage is fine considering u r in khi
    its just that u r in initial shock of fueling a 1.6 after owning a 1.0 car

    nice info and file.thanx for sharing
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    beside the obvious 60% difference between 1600 cc and 1000cc engines...you got to change you calculation technique....in order to have a justified comparison...
    since fuel prices keep rising and falling...(of course mostly rising and rarely coming down)...hence i would say the Ruppees per kilometer is NOT the ideal criteria to compare two cars' fuel economies.
    Go instead for kilometer per Kg or.... Kilometers per litre method.....this way you can universally share and compare your mileage with other automobile owners in a more reliable way.

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    how does it work?
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    I have Tmileage for free on my phone.Check www.tlogic.de its very practic program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizkhan2010 View Post
    beside the obvious 60% difference between 1600 cc and 1000cc engines...you got to change you calculation technique....in order to have a justified comparison...
    since fuel prices keep rising and falling...(of course mostly rising and rarely coming down)...hence i would say the Ruppees per kilometer is NOT the ideal criteria to compare two cars' fuel economies.
    Go instead for kilometer per Kg or.... Kilometers per litre method.....this way you can universally share and compare your mileage with other automobile owners in a more reliable way.
    Thank you rizkhan after your feedback I added one more option and calculate with kms per kg for cng.. it it's not exact it's approximation because I don't drive only on CNG some times on petrol too the average money spend on both is mentioned, and I have calculated the Km/Kg calculation on money spend basis, check it out:
    Download Automatic Mileage Calculator  Need Expert Opinion for my SE Saloon 2003 -1032065

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    And here is the chart for my Santro mileage for three years:
    Download Automatic Mileage Calculator  Need Expert Opinion for my SE Saloon 2003 -1032066

    Now if I compare the km/kg results it would like this:
    Santro 1.0 = 13.44 km/kg (total 49% AC, 82% of the total mileage)
    Corolla 1.6 = 9.04 km/kg (total 71% AC, 71% of the total mileage)

    My conclusion is:
    If I compare my Corolla with my Santro it's doing fine because if I calculate the 60% of 13.44 = 8 km/kg (and my corolla give 9 km/kg even with 71% AC)

    Any suggestions, and experts comments would be really appreciated!

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    Default Some correction in calculations, Kg/Km on CNG fixed!

    Download Automatic Mileage Calculator  Need Expert Opinion for my SE Saloon 2003 -1032867

    Now if I compare the km/kg results it would like this:
    Santro 1.0 = 17.47 km/kg (total 49% AC, 82% of the total mileage)
    Corolla 1.6 = 11.82 km/kg (total 72% AC, 73% of the total mileage)

    My conclusion is:
    If I compare my Corolla with my Santro it's doing fine because if I calculate the 60% of 17.47 = 10.48 km/kg (and my corolla give 11.82 km/kg even with 73% AC)

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    Yes you are right bro.. I was actually in initial shock after 1.0 but now it's getting normal

    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    i think ur cars mileage is fine considering u r in khi
    its just that u r in initial shock of fueling a 1.6 after owning a 1.0 car

    nice info and file.thanx for sharing

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    Guys please suggest me is my car given the acceptable mileage while running in KHI city?

    Now approx. it gives 100-110kms on full cylinder (Approx. 8kg) without AC.
    and 70-80kms with full cylinder (Approx. 8kg) with AC.

    I have also tested on highway and it gives 140-150kms on full cylinder (Approx. 8kg) with AC.

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    For Karachi City...

    You Are Doing Quiet GOOD Actually
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    Thank you for your valuable feedback,

    Can you tell me which car you have and the fuel consumption?

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    For Karachi City...

    You Are Doing Quiet GOOD Actually

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    I would love to hear from se saloon owners

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    downloading links are removed as there against pw rules.email way seems better.
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    My Car gives an average of 10 Km/kg in city and 18~20 Km/kg on highway. My car is 2003 model with a reading 180000 kms on its oddometer

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    Latest update of my SE saloon 2003:

    Karachi City -> 12km/Kg full AC
    Highway N5 -> 16km/kg full AC
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    Quote Originally Posted by smuzammilali View Post
    Latest update of my SE saloon 2003:

    Karachi City -> 12km/Kg full AC
    Highway N5 -> 16km/kg full AC
    if you can kindly share your excel formula sheet here,,,plzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by ribbyun View Post
    if you can kindly share your excel formula sheet here,,,plzzz
    Send me your Gmail address I will share this with you.
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