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    Default Fuel Consumption of Toyota Passo at different speeds

    These pictures were taken last evening from my mobile while driving home and this morning while one the way to office.
    Hope it will raise many interesting questions. Lets see.

    The oils which are being used are

    Gear OIL
    TOYOTA CVT FLUID TC, 4L, Transmission Fluid, Code No: 08886-02105, Made in Japan.

    Engine OIL
    PTT Performa Fully Synthetic 5/40, Made in Thailand.

    Remember: Within the Cities, the max. allowed speed in Pak. is 60 Km/h.
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    b t w ur car is not CVT!!!
    vtec roxx!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RL589 View Post
    meray pyaray BHAI engine cvt nahin hota gear box cvt hota hai
    Brother,
    Yes you are right. CVT (Continuous Variable Transmissions) happens in gear. But gear is directly connected with Engine. No?
    So either we call it CVT Engine or CVT gear, technically both are correct.
    Cheers & LOVE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    Brother,
    Yes you are right. CVT (Continuous Variable Transmissions) happens in gear. But gear is directly connected with Engine. No?
    So either we call it CVT Engine or CVT gear, technically both are correct.
    Cheers & LOVE.
    Maybe passo racy in that model came with a CVT but i have not heard of any other passo which is CVT.

    It is a normal auto as far as i know. Please get it confirmed by someone as i can see in the speedometer console it shows D, 2 and L which is usually a configuration for normal auto transmission. It must also have an O/D button.

    The usual configuration for CVT is D, S, B.

    My advise would be to get this thing confirmed asap and put in the right kind of transmission oil for your car otherwise the transmission will be damaged.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Einstein View Post
    Maybe passo racy in that model came with a CVT but i have not heard of any other passo which is CVT.

    It is a normal auto as far as i know. Please get it confirmed by someone as i can see in the speedometer console it shows D, 2 and L which is usually a configuration for normal auto transmission. It must also have an O/D button.

    The usual configuration for CVT is D, S, B.

    My advise would be to get this thing confirmed asap and put in the right kind of transmission oil for your car otherwise the transmission will be damaged.

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    Brother,
    Many thanks for your concern. I really appreciate.

    My Passo model is 2008 and yes it has CVT Technology.
    I've read the following link in very detail and have checked accordingly.

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/d-i...0-transmission


    My car has O/D button and its located right on the gear lever. I keep it on all the times even within the city.
    Its fully automatic for sure. But the configuration buttons (P,R,N,D,D2,L) changes little bit with every model. Toyota's other models may have different, Cheverlot, Mercedes, GM, Nissan, etc. may come with different denominations. But functions will be same.
    Plz read the following article

    Automatic transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    After buying from show room, I took my car to Toyota Garden Motors and they pour T-IV oil which is absolutely not recommended for CVT engines. After my study, I confirmed and then re-confirmed its exact oil, and then used TOYOTA CVT FLUID TC which was actually recommended.

    Nevertheless, I really thanks once again for your advice.
    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    Brother,
    Many thanks for your concern. I really appreciate.

    My Passo model is 2008 and yes it has CVT Technology.
    I've read the following link in very detail and have checked accordingly.

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/d-i...0-transmission


    My car has O/D button and its located right on the gear lever. I keep it on all the times even within the city.
    Its fully automatic for sure. But the configuration buttons (P,R,N,D,D2,L) changes little bit with every model. Toyota's other models may have different, Cheverlot, Mercedes, GM, Nissan, etc. may come with different denominations. But functions will be same.
    Plz read the following article

    Automatic transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    After buying from show room, I took my car to Toyota Garden Motors and they pour T-IV oil which is absolutely not recommended for CVT engines. After my study, I confirmed and then re-confirmed its exact oil, and then used TOYOTA CVT FLUID TC which was actually recommended.

    Nevertheless, I really thanks once again for your advice.
    Cheers.
    Ok as far as you are satisfied that is all that matters

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    i have japan toyota passo 2010 in eco mode and cvt gear on fuel.it gives me average 12.5km per litre in peshawar locally.if tank is fill up with total and premier xl petrol so average is 16 km per litre..on motorway it gives me 19 plus with A.C and without A.C 22 km per litre...so passo is the best car if you want to go for petrol at a lower cost.....CNG is wasteful for engine

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