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    TOYOTA AQUA HYBRID THE BEST FUEL SAVING CAR IN 1500 cc CATEGORY
    Chassis ID: DAA-NHP10
    Model 1NZ-FXE
    Type water cooling inline 4 cylinder DOHC+
    Bore x course of the piston, mm 75.0x84.7
    Engine Size 1496
    Compression ratio 13.4
    Fuel injection system EFI
    Maximum power hp / t.min. 74
    Fuel tank capacity, liters 36 l
    Fuel Regular unleaded gasoline

    DIFFERENT VARIANTS OF AQUA ARE ( L, S, G,G TOURING, S TOURING, GS, G BLACK SOFT LEATHER SELECTION )

    DETAILS OF MAINLY IMPORTED VARIANTS

    L PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    The mechanism of fixation of children's seats NO
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device NO
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES ( ONLY FRONT)
    Central switch YES
    Steering column length NO
    Steering column height YES
    Front brake Ventilated disk
    Rear brake Drum
    Front wheel 165/70R14
    Rear wheel 165/70R14
    Front / rear spoiler OPTIONAL

    S PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device OPTIONAL
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Cruise control NO
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel NO
    leather seats NO
    Power front seat NO
    Power rear seat NO
    Front suspension STRUT TYPE COIL SPRING
    Rear suspension TORSION BEAM
    Front brake Ventilated DISK
    Rear brake DRUM
    Front wheel 175/65R15
    Rear wheel 175/65R15
    The minimum diameter of a turn 4.8
    Additional front headlights YES
    Rear wiper YES

    G PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device OPTIONAL
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Cruise control YES
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel NO
    leather seats YES
    Power front seat NO
    Power rear seat NO
    Front suspension STRUT TYPE COIL SPRING
    Rear suspension TORSION BEAM
    Front brake Ventilated DISK
    Rear brake DRUM
    Front wheel 175/65R15
    Rear wheel 175/65R15
    The minimum diameter of a turn 4.8
    Additional front headlights YES
    Rear wiper YES

    G BLACK SOFT LEATHER SELECTION
    Driver's air bag EXIST
    Front passenger air bag EXIST
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device YES
    Air conditioner FULL AUTO
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Steering column length YES
    Steering column height YES
    Cruise control YES
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel YES
    Folding seat SPLIT
    Glass with a UV filter YES
    Toned glasses YES
    Power front seat NO
    Power rear seat NO
    Front suspension STRUT TYPE COIL SPRING
    Rear suspension TORSION BEAM
    Front brake Ventilated DISK
    Rear brake DRUM
    Front wheel 175/65R15
    Rear wheel 175/65R15
    The minimum diameter of a turn 4.8
    Additional front headlights YES
    Rear wiper YES

    G GS PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device OPTIONAL
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Steering column length YES
    Steering column height YES
    Cruise control YES
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel YES
    leather seats OPTIONAL
    Power front seat OPTIONAL
    alloy wheels 17 inches standard
    Folding seat SPLIT
    Glass with a UV filter YES
    Toned glasses YES
    Steering Power assist equipped rack&pinion
    Front suspension Strut type Coil spring
    Rear suspension Torsion beam
    Front brake Ventilated disk
    Rear brake Drum
    Front wheel 195/45R17
    Rear wheel 195/45R17
    The minimum diameter of a turn 5.8
    Front fog lights YES
    Additional front headlights YES
    Front / rear spoiler YES
    Rear wiper YESToyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686841Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686842Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686843Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686838Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686839Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686840Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686836Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686837Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686835Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686833Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686834Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1686832

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    Regarding fuel average..
    dear all i must say that 20 is the realistic average of aqua...but i worked on my driving again yesterday and extracted a healthy average in 40 degrees within city...
    just took care of few things and wohoo,25+km/l..
    -very light foot while accelerating from zero.
    -try to take your car to 40-50km on battery.
    -keep your speed under 60.(should not be a problem within city)
    -after reaching 50 km/h, leave the accelerator to let battery charge on deceleration.
    -keep your climate control on 26-28 degrees.
    -when going down the bridge leave the accelerator alone.
    -dont let the acceleration go out of economy bar on petrol,this saves a lot specially when battery is being charged and car is feeling heavy.
    -switch off ac on elevations like bridges.
    -put car in parking gear on signals,this lets the battery to charge.

    in short its all about your foot,if i can control it,anyone can.(because i used to have vitz previously and used to stand on its accelerator). One good battery fill up and you can gain 2-3 better per km average by driving intelligently.
    in case you feel this all is a futile job and frustrating, hit the gas..you will get 19km/l average and honestly that is still way better than non hybrid cars in this intense heat and air conditioning on... Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1682426

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    Nice piece of info.....thanx for sharing with us brother...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drerat View Post
    regarding fuel average..
    Dear all i must say that 20 is the realistic average of aqua...but i worked on my driving again yesterday and extracted a healthy average in 40 degrees within city...
    Just took care of few things and wohoo,25+km/l..
    -very light foot while accelerating from zero.
    -try to take your car to 40-50km on battery.
    -keep your speed under 60.(should not be a problem within city)
    -after reaching 50 km/h, leave the accelerator to let battery charge on deceleration.
    -keep your climate control on 26-28 degrees.
    -when going down the bridge leave the accelerator alone.
    -dont let the acceleration go out of economy bar on petrol,this saves a lot specially when battery is being charged and car is feeling heavy.
    -switch off ac on elevations like bridges.
    -put car in parking gear on signals,this lets the battery to charge.

    In short its all about your foot,if i can control it,anyone can.(because i used to have vitz previously and used to stand on its accelerator). One good battery fill up and you can gain 2-3 better per km average by driving intelligently.
    In case you feel this all is a futile job and frustrating, hit the gas..you will get 19km/l average and honestly that is still way better than non hybrid cars in this intense heat and air conditioning on... Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1682426
    nice....
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    I need a bit of clarification if someone can guide me please, oil/filters and plugs all checked and in healthy condition.
    I have recently installed 185/65/15 tires with rims (according to the manual) and my average went down from 23-25 to 17-18 which I am suspecting its due to the tire/rims I have installed.

    Can anyone guide me who has already installed the same size of tire/rims and felt decrease in fuel average?

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    When you are up sizing the rims and the tyres, the fuel economy does go down due to heavier rims and tyres and also due to more traction as a larger surface area of tyres comes in contact with the roads. The road grip does improves however. What was the previous size of the tyres that u were using??

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    Quote Originally Posted by iq View Post
    i need a bit of clarification if someone can guide me please, oil/filters and plugs all checked and in healthy condition.
    I have recently installed 185/65/15 tires with rims (according to the manual) and my average went down from 23-25 to 17-18 which i am suspecting its due to the tire/rims i have installed.

    Can anyone guide me who has already installed the same size of tire/rims and felt decrease in fuel average?
    yes surely

    bigger tyres reduce economy
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    According to my online research, there are two tyre sizes recommended for aqua.
    165/70/R14 and 175/65/R15.
    165/70/R14 is recommended for best fuel economy.
    From the above specs it is clearly understood that the width of the tyre should range between 165mm to 175mm for aqua. You have installed tyres with a width of 185mm. This exceeds the recommended specs. Wider tyres means more weight, more traction and more air resistance on all the four tyres during acceleration as well as during constant speed........in short more fuel consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahbaz_shah View Post
    according to my online research, there are two tyre sizes recommended for aqua.
    165/70/r14 and 175/65/r15.
    165/70/r14 is recommended for best fuel economy.
    From the above specs it is clearly understood that the width of the tyre should range between 165mm to 175mm for aqua. You have installed tyres with a width of 185mm. This exceeds the recommended specs. Wider tyres means more weight, more traction and more air resistance on all the four tyres during acceleration as well as during constant speed........in short more fuel consumption.
    same happens when you shift from 195 to 205 or 205 to 215 in prius
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    What brand and model of tyres did you install?

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    Am currently using the original 175/65/15 tyres dunlop sp fastresponse. Also changed the oil to Kixx 0w20 with nippon oil filter. Due to low pressure in tires, was getting 20 km/l.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashif144 View Post
    Am currently using the original 175/65/15 tyres dunlop sp fastresponse. Also changed the oil to Kixx 0w20 with nippon oil filter. Due to low pressure in tires, was getting 20 km/l.
    I heard dunlops are hard ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by umarmuslim View Post
    I heard dunlops are hard ?
    Yes u heard right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by umarmuslim View Post
    I heard dunlops are hard ?
    Yes dunlop fastresponse are hard. That's why keeping pressure at 30psi

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    What is the recomended tire presure for aqua 175/65/15 ?

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    The optimal pressure is 28 to 30 psi. But to get better fuel average it is recommended that u hyper inflate the tyre between 30 to 34psi. It will decrease the workload for the engine during acceleration.

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    At the expense of increased bumps and decreased braking
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    of course.....

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    Is michellin xm2 185/65/15 good option for aqua? or General eurostar 175/65/15?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashif144 View Post
    is michellin xm2 185/65/15 good option for aqua? Or general eurostar 175/65/15?
    yokohama

    tyre size depends on your preference on road clearance and fuel economy
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    Quote Originally Posted by umarmuslim View Post
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    tyre size depends on your preference on road clearance and fuel economy
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