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    Default Cuore CX ECO Running

    Dear All,
    I have recently purchased CUORE CX ECO (2006). The dealer had advised to run the car on Petrol for about 500-1000 KM before using CNG. What is the benchmark for this, can any one explain?
    Secondly. what shall be the optimal mileage it shall give on both fuels.

    Thanks in advance!

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    my uncle bought liana rxi, and suzuki dealership said the same, run it on petrol for a good 1000 KM.

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    Hello!
    yeah....its due to the reason that engine was newly assembled and they said that bcz CNG was Dry in nature and in engine initial runs....as internals are new...there must be some resistance b/w them....so they prefer to run that on petrol and also not to over-rev engine in 1st 1000km run...after that engine parts are just to be moved enough to remove that all resistance b/w them and now u can use on CNG.....!
    so 1st 1000km for every newly made engine needs care.....run on gasoline and never over rev...!
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    100% agreed with SER_GTR (Y)
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    Thanks all for yours comments.

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    i also own a cuore eco 2004 ..i want to know the mileage on a full cng cylinder with a/c and non ac
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    My uncle's cuore giving 115 km with A/C in full cylinder with in city .
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