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    Default Cultus VXRi CNG vs Cultus carb CNG

    I'm looking to buy cultus which i can drive on CNG and which have very good cng mileage plus also have low maintenance cost


    I'm confused shud i go for VXRi or not???


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    cultus improve day by day go for 2007.sep+ model or go for 2012+ euro II, but dont go for carby cultus.

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    depends upon budget,, if u have +/- 725KRS then u can buy vxri,, i ve not owned vxri so cant recommend u, i have carby 2007,, used to give me 200km/tank,, with a very light foot,, but now, after clutch plate replacement it gives 200km/tank even on hard foot,, so there is no issue of efficiency,, maintainace is cheap,, carburetor service requires after 40K km
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    Vxri For me..
    A real driver knows exactly what's in his car.

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    i own VXR. its CNG average is good. it can go for 200km/tank

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    VXRi is a little more costly to run maintainance wise, but it is quieter and more fuel efficient!

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    Cultus EFi one,,,
    its pretty easy to diagnose,engine is powerful
    carby cultus cant run perfect on dual fuel
    Just Do It Your Self!!!!!

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    Cultus EFI.

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    Cultus EFI is best in every aspect like Economy, Power, Maintenance, Parts, in short its a very good car to keep for a medium size family.
    Two of the best quotes of Punjabi : 1. Rull tan gae aan! Per Chass aa Gae ai!, 2. Gal Pya Dhol Ty Wajana Penda ay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarabdullah022 View Post
    VXRi is a little more costly to run maintainance wise, but it is quieter and more fuel efficient!
    which fuel are u talking about as i will run my car only on CNG , so can u plz tell me if efi with cng is more efficient??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariaawan View Post
    i own VXR. its CNG average is good. it can go for 200km/tank
    i owned cultus 2014 euro 2 and i had changed it to cng with original kit and advancer with normal acceleration(means every gear change in 2500 to 3000 rpm) its giving 130KM/tank with A/C and tank is of 10KG and 8.5 to 9 kg to be filled when cng station have good pressure.

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