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    Dear Pakwheelers,

    I am new to Pakwheels. Just wanted to know Suzuki Swift petrol average since I am planning to buy Suzuki Swift, therefore would like your reviews on Suzuki Swift's fuel consumption only.

    Thank you.


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    Mine is giving me 14-15 / litre urban......light foot, no harsh braking and timely gear changes

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    mine is giving me 13 km/l with alight foot in mix driving conditions in city.

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    Mine is giving me 10 to 11 kmpl within city. I have tried everything but it does not get better

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirferoz View Post
    Mine is giving me 10 to 11 kmpl within city. I have tried everything but it does not get better
    Try Changing your city

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilalahsan View Post
    try changing your city
    lol lol

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    Hahaha good one

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    I am going to try liqui moli oil. Their company agent claims that after his oil and tuning mileage will rise to approx 15kmpl.

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    I hope it works. Oil is a bit expensive. Rs 4500 for 4 lit pack.

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    Changing the oil brand won't magically give a superb fuel economy. If your driving patterns stay the same, prepare to be disappointed.

    My Civic is currently using PSO 20w-50; look at the fuel consumption in my signature.
    _ 22 km/l from '03 VTi automatic, with plenty of room for improvement
    _ How to hypermile: http://www.cleanmpg.com/community/index.php?threads/1510/

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    Please guide me. I am using ZIC XQ in my Suzuki Swift 2011 model 45000km driven. I am thinking to shift to Liqui Moly. Should I change or stick to ZIC XQ

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    9-10 kmpl, using liqui moly since 5k. car is 19k km
    I appreciate a good body regardless of the make

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZainMahdi View Post
    Changing the oil brand won't magically give a superb fuel economy. If your driving patterns stay the same, prepare to be disappointed.

    My Civic is currently using PSO 20w-50; look at the fuel consumption in my signature.
    @ZainMahdi

    zain bhai i bought a civic 2004 VTI PROSMATEC a week back its giving me 9 km/l . here i read u saying that i should have sidewall tire piresurre that i got done yesterday.

    regarding the oil in some posts u say us eZIC 0W-20 and here u r saying use PSO 20W-50, pls suggest which oil u use as u even sweared on being set on fire regarding civic mileage to be avg. 14km in city

    p.s my driving pattern is smooth long routes and less stop overs inthe middle off the journey and my petrol station also gives pure petrol.

    salman, from karachi

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