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    Default 660cc mileage reports by owners

    plz post ur own experience,about the mileage of ur japanese 660cc auto cars

    plz specify 'in city' or 'on long route'...or mix

    there are many other threds,but there is not enough data about mileage...
    PLZ restrict to mileage/consumption only

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    Guys,

    I am surprised to see the fuel average for these 660cc cars. As I learned from wheelers in this thread its between 10-12km/L. I get 10km/L with my Altis 1.8L always petrol. I rather keep my Altis than switching with any of these 660 engines. There isn't much difference in consumption between the two. At least I have a full size car and powerful engine.

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    i am not an owner of 660cc car but i want to comment.when 660cc is compared to 1.8 even its petrol consumption is same the benifits are.
    1-smaller and lighter engine with good power means it can fit in a light hatchback.
    2-no tax payable in Japan and many other countries.
    3-low maintenance cost. fuel consumption is great when used below 70km/hr.
    4-most of these are with auto trany. a 1.8 auto car can give 8-9km/litre in city. so 12-13 with a 660cc auto car is good i think.

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    my Alto JDM covered distance of 390 Kms and was refueld again till the point where i can see the petrol floating at the refill point. Total Numbers of Liters used were 21.50 which makes the fuel consumption to 18.13Km/l

    50 kms of motorway drive at 110Km/hr
    then 340 Km of GT drive. A/C was switched on and fan speed was set at 1st point...

    My Alto has 3 forward gears Automatic Transmission.

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    I have a suzuki kei 2005. Its a Manual. Bought it in mid 2007 (unregistered) from a private imported in defence khi in Rs440000. Mileage was 17000kms on the clock. Its almost 5 1/2 yrs now and we are very much satisfied with its performance. Alhamdulillah it proved to be a wise decision.
    Believe it or not it still gives us 19kms/ltr. Me and my Father have calculated it 6-7 times since we bought it. Twice this year. We fill up the tank, drive over 150 kms and then again refill it and then calculate. But some points should be kept in mind as mostly people here get a little less.
    1. Car is a Manual. In smaller engines it does make a difference. My friend has a 2003 alto auto transmission and gets 14km/l.
    2. 50% Aircondition or may be even less.
    3. 85% of the time my father is the only one driving. This is also a big difference. For 660cc 4 persons vs one will make a difference.
    4. Route of my father is shara-e-faisal and stadium road - nazimabad through underpasses. So mostly good roads.
    5. These routes are usually used in off-peak hours. Traffic also plays a major role on consumption.
    6. Driving style of my father is very economical.
    7. Its a non-turbo.

    Once this car was also used to pick up my sisters for couple of months. Its gave us 17km/l with 100% AC, 3 people on board and in rush hours on shara-e-faisal.
    Overall its an excellent car with few draw backs.
    You talk about Democracy when you give me the right to VOTE !! This current "Democracy" is a SHAM ~ from Karachi...

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    One problem in kei cars is that being light weighted they are a little bumpy.
    You talk about Democracy when you give me the right to VOTE !! This current "Democracy" is a SHAM ~ from Karachi...

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    2008 model mira 2 door 3 forward gears gives around 15~16~17 km/l in city driving with or without a/c.

    Never took it to the highway because of the stupid 3 speed auto tranny. It feels like you are raping the engine while going above 80 km/hr.

    Brilliant in city, not so good on the highway IMO.

    @djrock900

    My mira is not at all bumpy, the reason for some of the imported cars being bumpy is that their suspension is worn out after being driven a lot in Japan before being imported here.

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    Is the rear suspension of Suzuki Kei or any other kei car the same as of Pakistani alto? One of my cars' rear shock absorber is worn out.
    By bumpy I mean if 3 people are sitting in back seat the coil springs are 80% compressed. So at around 60km/hr if a bump comes the rear springs reaches their limit.
    I am planning to install Pakistani Alto rear coil springs in it but not sure whether they'll fit.
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    @djrock900

    No idea regarding your query mate. Maybe someone else can help you.

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    Suzuki Alto 2007 (660cc) Automatic

    With AC : 16.5 / Litre
    With out AC : 18/Litre

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    My mira 2006, 3 speed auto tranny is giving me 12 -17 kmpl for city / highway driving with AC.
    Al-Khalid,(6TD2, 1200 hp): In line horizontally opposed, 6 cylinders 12 pistons, 2 stroke liquid cooled multi-fuel engine with turbo super charger and indirect fuel injection

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    Pakwheelers!

    Good to see all the interest in the JDM cars being imported.

    I bought a Suzuki wagonR 2007 more than a month ago. Pleasure driving the car, so far no problems whatsoever.

    16.8 ~ 17.5 (with ~ without AC) in city.
    Took it on motorway and almost the same average.

    3cyl K6A 660cc engine, with 4AT - with overdrive gear box
    660cc mileageconsumptiononly owners -1068230
    comparing these with any paki cars, I'd say the way they have utilized the space is awesome. The legroom for all four passengers is so comfortable, it's unbelievable. The rear seats are fully adjustable, i.e. they recline as well as move forward and back.

    let me know if you have any further questions regarding the WagonR.

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    @adnanbh

    How much did it cost you?

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    I have Manual JDM Alto Manual Transmission and its very good at fuel. It goes 20KM/L within the city and upto 22KM/L on highway. This one has been running on HOBC only.

    I also have a JDM Nissan Pino, Automatic which goes 16KM/L within the city and 19KM/L on highway. This one runs on Super.

    + Drive is very smooth
    + K6A Engine is 54 BHP which is even more then 1000 cc Santro
    + The comfort level
    + Safety Level (Body structure, ABS Brakes, SRS AirBags)
    + Equipment Level
    + The built quality
    + Durability

    I think one should not go for only for economy but also must consider the above mentioned few points as well. At Last but not the least i'd prefer 660CC Alto on every Paki Car even the Cultus and all Suzuki products if it has low milleage orignally,.

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    so guys which car is most economical in 660cc

    Suzuki Alto | Mitsubishi Moco | Daihatsu Mira | Daihatsu Moov

    Do all of them have same engine?

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    A good Kei car will give you 17km/l and 19km/l with and without AC respectively if its a manual. An auto transmission will give you 14-15km/ltr and 16-17km/ltr with and without AC respectively.
    You talk about Democracy when you give me the right to VOTE !! This current "Democracy" is a SHAM ~ from Karachi...

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    Go for Manual one if you really interested in Consumtion . and my experience with JDM alto manual is great.

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    Default Mitsubishi i Turbo

    Quote Originally Posted by badar7 View Post
    plz post ur own experience,about the mileage of ur japanese 660cc auto cars

    plz specify 'in city' or 'on long route'...or mix

    there are many other threds,but there is not enough data about mileage...
    PLZ restrict to mileage/consumption only

    regards
    My Mitsubishi i Turbo 660cc, CBA-HA1W-LRDFZ, 4WD is giving me a steady mileage of 12.5 km/L Quite content with the drive and comfort level.
    Hopefully with the factory spares (Spark Plugs, Air & Oil filters) ATF and Oil change. I am expecting the car to achieve its factory mileage 14-16 km/l soon, ia.

    For more info regd, Mitsubishi i (link referral)

    Mitsubishi i, 660c Intercooler Turbo - Info / Maintenance / Spares : - 206416

    Feel free to ask if you need any technical insights regd the car

    Best,
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    vohra.wahab@gmail.com

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    Just finished mileage test with Daihatsu Mira Custom 2007 CVT TURBO.

    15.8 km/l with AC mostly on but at low speed, driven in city mostly in heavy traffic.

    This was a full tank, drive and then full tank measurement,

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    I have a Nissan Otti 2007 (Same as Mitsubisi Ek Wagon)
    in city (Lahore ) without AC (as it is winter ) 16-18 Km/L
    on long route,Lahore to Sargodha 180 Km carrying 3 adults, 74Kg, 64kg, 70 Kg and two kids and a lot of luggage in back, 21 km/L on motorway with Av speed of 100-105 km. It went easily upto 138km/Hr speed and i could still press the pedal down,but my wife freaked out
    i cant tell how much satisfied and amazed i am with it.i also own a city 2007 but i have almost stop driving it after i have tasted Nissan otti
    Its body is neither too high( like Suzuki wagon R,Dihatsu Tanto,Honda Zest) and neither too low (Dihatsu Esse,Nissam Moco etc).
    Have almost every feature of a modern car.
    some people say these JDM touch the speed breakers,but i have not noticed such thing so far.

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    Second test, Mira Custom 2007 Turbo CVT,

    388 km / 21.7 litres = 17.88 km/l

    A/C low speed/off, average traffic (stuck in heavy jam three times),

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