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    Hi Guys,
    I need your opinion, actually I have mitsubishi lancer 1.3 GLX 2005 which I am planning to sale, ad has been put on this website. Next car which I want to buy is mitsubishi EK for which I need opinion if it is a good idea to switch from 1.3 litres to 660 cc, also I am unaware of it's consumption. If anyone has idea about mitsubishi EK consumption per litre please let me know OR any other car in mind whose consumption on petrol is good.

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    Shahbaz


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    You would seriously regret your decision if you sell your car. 660cc car is very under powered car. and there is no good consumption

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    you can buy ANY 660cc car of your choice if ECONOMY is not your concern and you just want a smaller car due to parking or any other such issues.

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    Thanks Talha and Haroon, what if I buy boon or passo? I mean fuel consumption would be the same I guess

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    passo would be best
    JDM Always 2 STEPs AHEAD..........

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    fuel consumption of 660cc cars is NOT ABOVE 15km. it has been verified by many users.

    these cars come with a 3speed forward gear transmission and they are made for weather which stays under and around 30 degree celcius.

    there may come another user and say the car averages around 18km/l but.................... i wont believe it since i have tried it personally.

    hope this helps.

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    Yes reviews for 660 cc are not good, I guess 1000 cc will work if fuel consumtion is the purpose

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