Fuel Efficiency Figures of Your Cars


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Re: FE and User Reviews

Vehicle : Figo
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 12-13 (A/C: 90%)
Highway Mileage: 16-18 (A/C: 100% | Speed: 100-120)

BTW, I was getting about 16-17 while I was in Pune. Guess, shouldn't expect beyond 12-13 in Bangalore[frustration]

* Method : MID
( With AC on).
@ Toyoubala - You have MID in Figo??? If you have calculated using DTE, then it isn't correct. Try Tankfull Method and get surprised... :)
 
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Location
Madras
Vehicle : Linea
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 15-16 kmpl (A/C: 100%)
Highway Mileage: 20-22 kmpl (A/C: 100% | Speed: 90-110)

Vehicle : City (Sold)
Fuel : Petrol
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 13-14 kmpl (A/C: 100%)
Highway Mileage: 16-17 kmpl (A/C: 100% | Speed: 90-110)

Vehicle : City (Sold)
Fuel : LPG
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 10-12 kmpl (A/C: 100%)
Highway Mileage: 13-14 kmpl (A/C: 100% | Speed: 90-110)
 

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Meerut, U. P.
Vehicle : Linea
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 15-16 kmpl (A/C: 100%)
Highway Mileage: 20-22 kmpl (A/C: 100% | Speed: 90-110)
Guys,you all know why Mr.Boss typed this one before the City?
I know,this is the effect of the tank which can be filled for about 2500 bucks[evil] now and give a longer run too.Right?
 
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Vehicle : Civic
Fuel : Petrol
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 7-8 kmpl AC 100%
Highway Mileage: 14-15 AC 100% speeds 120+.

Vehicle : Xylo D2
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 10-11 AC 100%
Highway Mileage: 16-17 (A/C: 100% | Speed: 80-100)
 
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Guys,you all know why Mr.Boss typed this one before the City?
I know,this is the effect of the tank which can be filled for about 2500 bucks now and give a longer run too.Right?
[evil] Spot on dear.

I missed 2 of our cars at home, for 100% AC driving (driven by my brother)

Vehicle : Civic
Fuel : Petrol
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 10-11
Highway Mileage: 12-14 AC speeds 120+

Vehicle : Civic
Fuel : LPG
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 9-10
Highway Mileage: 10-11 AC speeds 120+.

Vehicle : Beat
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method: Tankfull Method
City Mileage: 18-20
Highway Mileage: 22-25 Speed: 80-100
 
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Location
Kolkata
Vehicle : Honda Jazz
Fuel : Petrol
Calculation Method : kms travelled divided by lts filled in during monthly fill-ups
City Mileage : 12-13 kmpl with 100% A/C On.
Highway Mileage : 18 kmpl with 100% A/C On & speeds 100 & above ( I have substantiated it in my trip report)
 
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Location
nagpur
Vehicle : POLO
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method (Tankfull method/ MID info/ Kms method : Tankfull Method
City Mileage : 12-13 KMPL [anger] 100% AC (First full tank)
Highway Mileage : Not driven car only for city

Vehicle : Linea
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method (Tankfull method/ MID info/ Kms method : Tankfull Method
City Mileage : 14-15 KMPL
Highway Mileage : 18-19 KMPL (verry less traveling)

Vehicle : Sx4
Fuel : Diesel
Calculation Method (Tankfull method/ MID info/ Kms method : Tankfull Method
City Mileage : 13-14 KMPL
Highway Mileage : 17-18 KMPL (More highway)

All milage full AC
 
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@anup
:agree:that's true but the problem is if you are having heat waves blowing outside to bake you up then you don't have any choice left but to sit in your car only and that too with AC.
As far as lane is concerned i have always noticed people going to the closed gates from all directions and watching the drivers in leftlane as if they are fools(they don't see the right lane empty and just wasting time standing in leftlane)[anger]
Yeah I can imagine, this is a very irritating experience, wastes a lot of unecessary time, wish there were Traffic cops manning these places like-in a signal, wish people get a little bit considerate towards lane discipline to make life easier. [:)]

I would suggest you do the tankful to tankful method. This one is not accurate.

It is not necessary you have to fill the entire 45 litres at a time. Just fill it once and after that, refill whenever the meter comes to the half mark. that way, you just have to fill about 20 litres. And the readings will be accurate.

By the way, it does not matter whether you fill it Rs. 500 worth of fuel or full tank worth Rs. 2000. You car will drink the same amount of fuel! Infact you can save the frequent trips to the fuel bunk.
Yeah buddy tried the TF-TF method, and its the same, touch wood both for city & highway too, made a trip to Kashid beach recently. Yeah car drinks the same amount of fuel, thanks for the valuable suggestion, but when I have a fuel pump just a stone throw distance from my home & workplace, so don't wanna have the extra fuel load unless I'm going out of town. One more tip is to fill early in the morning/late evening due to the 'temperature low-more density' of fuel etc. reason which is well known to everyone, even avoids the irritating rush at these pumps .
 
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Location
Bangalore
Vehicle: Maruti 800
Fuel: Petrol
Calculation Method: auto cut while filling in at the same petrol pump- hence cut-to-cut.
City Mileage: 11 Kmpl- 100% AC on with few exceptions.
Highway Mileage: 17-20- 100% AC on.
 

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