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    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1446056
    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1446871

    Official pamphlet Altis http://tinyurl.com/k3as7w6

    Update: August 3, 2014 XLI/GLI Details: Post# 2746

    Below XLI/GLI Details As per Pakwheel member @shk_54

    Registration cost 1.8, Islamabad

    Registration cost 1.6, Islamabad

    Registration cost of 1.3 Gli in Islamabad

    Fuel averages of Gli 1.3 AT, Altis 1.6 AT and Grande 1.8 CVT-i

    Gli 1.3 AT vs Altis 1.6 AT a fair analysis by @nido747


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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    probably not before 20k kms!
    Thanks - Will keep this in mind.

    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Never. I drove my 05 Xli from 0-134,000 kms and never felt the need for such a service, even I did not allow any tuning because all along the car had been giving 14 kms in city and 17 on long and there was no starting problems or missing. Just allowed them to clean the plugs and changed plugs thrice in the life time and the engine was like new when I sold it after 10 years.

    I however, changed transmission oil, break oil and power steering oil after every 40-45 k kms.
    For next service, will follow you all for a suggestion first.

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    So,today i just got some upgrades for my corolla altis 1.6
    #front DLAA fog lights for 3200
    #HID with blaster in fogs for 2500
    #DRLS for 3500
    #scuff plates with light for 2450
    #front chrome grill for 1200
    #back rear bumper lights for 1500
    Will upload some pics after car wash tomorrow

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    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/sho....php?p=4869118
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    Quote Originally Posted by nido747 View Post
    Full Tank Fuel Consumption of Altis 1.6, 2015 Model 6500km driven with stock eurostar Tyres

    Fuel Mileage per Liter: 15.7 km/l
    Distance Traveled: 686.7 km
    Range (Distance You can Travel still): 16 km

    Total Distance Traveled in one Full Tank: 686.7+16= 702.7 km
    In Rs 3400/- i filled up my tank again means around 44 liter has been poured in fuel tank.

    Note: Reserve Fuel was still present if Range will show 0 km.

    Condition of Driving are:

    1. 30 min Stop with AC and Engine Running
    2. 150 km City drive of Lahore With AC ON all the time between R.A Bazaar, bedian Road, Whole Mall Road, Data Darbar, some Km in defense, Two Times Ravi Pul Crossing from GT Road Side with heavy traffic (Stuck almost 15 to 20 min for crossing,Lahore people know the condition there) means Approx 150 km bumper to bumper Traffic not exceeding above 20 km/hr speed mostly
    3. 150 km Village Drive with AC ON all the time on unpaved single roads mostly with a lot of Chinchis, bullets ( Bikers ) and what more.

    Rest GT Road drive if i will not be missing something.
    That's amazing. I hope Grande achieves more then this

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    @KamranAslam

    Engine tuning is only required if car is giving starting trouble, idling problems, missing or jerking or consuming more fuel. Just get plugs cleaned and brake service at every 10,000 kms.

    However, change fluids and filters when they ask because it's good for engine, transmission.

    I only changed fornt disc pads (just for the heck of it) after 80,000 kms. Rear disc pads were good even after 134,000 kms. Changed just the drive belt after 100,000 kms (just for the heck of it) it could run another 20,000 kms, but did it as preventive measure.

    The hoses were still strong after 10 years, not a single pipe changed or it gave away.

    Replaced the stock coolant after 100,000 kms and seven years (just for the heck of it). It was mentioned in on engine bay sticker coolant to be replaced at 167,000 kms.

    So see Corolla is basically a workhorse and build to last.

    On periodic visits, just ask them to inspect things and carefully see what parts really need to be replaced.
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky_Sheikh View Post
    MashAllah
    I got yokohama bluearth Ae50 205/65/15 for my ride yesterday, have driven about 150 km. The tyres are giving a good feeling
    would like to share from which shop in lahore.
    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    would like to share from which shop in lahore.
    thanks.
    J. Rashid Neela Gunbad Lahore
    Have driven almost 5000 km now, the tyres are a bit hard as compared to eurostars(according to me, though my friends disagree) but the grip is excellent in both dry and wet conditions. Tread wear seems to be extraordinarily good as after 5000kms the tyres look brand new

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    So here are the pictures of the costumizations,
    The scratches on the left side of the bumper were due to a stupid biker :/ but thats how it goes on..it will be done with touching i guess
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    Just called IMC helpline. Car's not invoiced yet but good news is that it would not be delayed. Tentative month is August.


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    Tell me the landline of indus helpline .. I want to check status of my car as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky_Sheikh View Post
    J. Rashid Neela Gunbad Lahore
    Have driven almost 5000 km now, the tyres are a bit hard as compared to eurostars(according to me, though my friends disagree) but the grip is excellent in both dry and wet conditions. Tread wear seems to be extraordinarily good as after 5000kms the tyres look brand new
    Brother you are absolutely right euro star is a soft tyre and perform well on bad sufaces but only drawback it has is, it is very heavy and puts a load on suspension due to that reason its breaking and handling is not as good as imported tyres but again you need to choose the tyre according to you priorities. compromise is their.
    I opted for Advan Db and for me they are super soft specially the side walls due to that reason they perform poorly on rough terrains like pot holes, steel Cat Eyes and crakes on roads. aboviously due to soft/weak side walls their cornering is marvelous but we need to understand that we have family sedans not sports cars, Which runs on tracks every once in a week.
    so in my opinion atleast Advan is overrated in Pakistan, they are not all-rounder at all.
    Ayways Db lovers are going to differ from my opinion but i wrote what i have experienced so far.

    In my opinion Michelin is better for our roads, specially "Energy Saver" ones. They are a bit soft and better side walls to handle rough roads beating. Xm2 must be good as well but for me they are a bit on a harder side.
    CC5 must be good as well but right now my vote is for Michelin Energy Saver, I would like someone to shed some light on "Energy Savers" performance.
    plz right a first hand experience, Don't narrate (sunni sunnai) stories from a friend or some shop wala.

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    So,today i just got some upgrades for my corolla altis 1.6
    #front DLAA fog lights for 3200
    #HID with blaster in fogs for 2500
    #DRLS for 3500
    #scuff plates with light for 2450
    #front chrome grill for 1200
    #back rear bumper lights for 1500
    Will upload some pics after car wash tomorrow
    Nice. What is the brand of DRLs?
    And did the fitter cut some wires for fogs or were they fitted directly to ECU with a grip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    Nice. What is the brand of DRLs?
    And did the fitter cut some wires for fogs or were they fitted directly to ECU with a grip?
    Bro they are DLAA drls
    Not a single wire was cut.yhey were fitted directly to the ecu with grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    Bro they are DLAA drls
    Not a single wire was cut.yhey were fitted directly to the ecu with grip
    And same with other light stuff like scuffs etc ?? No wire cut ?? From where this purchase and fittings done ?? Sorry if I irritate you
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    Bro they are DLAA drls
    Not a single wire was cut.yhey were fitted directly to the ecu with grip
    fogs connected with ecu
    amazing ????
    never heared any electronic connected with ecu
    i though only engine is controlled by ecu !
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    Quote Originally Posted by umair2203 View Post
    Tell me the landline of indus helpline .. I want to check status of my car as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    Bro they are DLAA drls
    Not a single wire was cut.yhey were fitted directly to the ecu with grip

    AOA
    can u tell me from which shop n address did u get these items!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mirpk1 View Post
    And same with other light stuff like scuffs etc ?? No wire cut ?? From where this purchase and fittings done ?? Sorry if I irritate you
    Yes bro no wire was cut only side panels were opened for wires of the scuff plates...i got it from montgomery road..dont remember the shop name

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    Quote Originally Posted by geforce911 View Post
    AOA
    can u tell me from which shop n address did u get these items!!!
    Got them done from montgomery road...dnt remember shop name

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    Bro they are DLAA drls
    Not a single wire was cut.yhey were fitted directly to the ecu with grip

    This is a very good thing that DLAA fog lights fits grip to grip and not to cut or slice any wire in installation. i didn't know that before otherwise i will go with the same . I too installed DLAA fog lights in the first week after delivery but i think they opened left side panel and did something with wiring . I asked them at the time of installation that did you have something which fits grip to grip, the shopkeeper said NO , DLAA fog lights mein grip to grip wiring ati he nai.

    That is why This forum is a good place to find different things for your car with best knowledge and you will not ruin your car. Always do some homework and then get the best thing.

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