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    Default car petrol tuning

    Toyota 3S dealerships offers petrol car tuning for about 3500
    will getting my car tuned up from them will improve milage
    car is 2012 gli giving 10-12 kmpl on both long and local
    car is about 18k driven


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    Quote Originally Posted by civic01 View Post
    Toyota 3S dealerships offers petrol car tuning for about 3500
    will getting my car tuned up from them will improve milage
    car is 2012 gli giving 10-12 kmpl on both long and local
    car is about 18k driven
    Do you understand the meaning of tuning?

    Tune what? Fuel system, transmission, brakes, steering system?, exhaust system, what u want to tune on a new vehicle which has done only 18000 on the odometer. We are taking about fuel injection system engine here. You have excess money to waste over nothing.

    Just do the following:

    1) Replace engine oil if due.
    2) Carry out tire rotation
    3) Get air filter checked / cleaned. Replace if required.
    4) Get the brakes inspected.
    5) Carry out visual inspection (level) of all lubricants and fluids.

    That's all u require my friend, what u want to tune?

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    thanks for the reply
    but wanted to know that why it is giving same milage in lacal as well as long ?????
    REST the 5 steps u mentioned are OK ???
    now what to do ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by civic01 View Post
    thanks for the reply
    but wanted to know that why it is giving same milage in lacal as well as long ?????
    REST the 5 steps u mentioned are OK ???
    now what to do ???
    drive calm on long routes, in 5th gear max 110kph, accelerate gently and conserve momentum as much as possible(in short don't speed of u know u have to brake ahead, and lift foot of the acclerator early) these tips might help in improving local average too.
    Bella, You give me everything just by REVing - NEONLIGHT SAGA: NEWTUBE

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    Quote Originally Posted by civic01 View Post
    thanks for the reply
    but wanted to know that why it is giving same milage in lacal as well as long ?????
    REST the 5 steps u mentioned are OK ???
    now what to do ???
    Use engine oil grade specified by manufacturer perhaps 5w30 or 10w30
    Replace air filter
    Always fill petrol from a reputed petrol pump, I think you are having problem because of this.
    Ensure proper recommended air pressure in tyres, check every month
    Ensure your wheel alignment is ok, vehicle not pulling on one side.
    Remove extra weight from vehicle

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