Discussion in 'Technical' started by arishi, Jun 10, 2010.
You can change the units from the menu settings for MID.
wow fantastic milege... I never got 22 in day time in that route.. I got only around 17.5-18km/l in day time... during night I got around 21 but my average speed was around 67km/hr..
What would be the mileage of Fiat Palio 1.3 Multijet ?
My Punto clocked 27.1 kmpl from Gurgaon toll to Lajpat Nagar. Speed was around 70 kph with less traffic on the road but not very less. N.H. 8 is loaded with some traffic all the times.
Few days back 26.1 was clocked on N.H. 24 almost in same traffic condition & same speed. I've taken picture of this one.
AC was off 80%. And Yes, I own a Petrol 1.2 Active.
Super awesome figures for Punto 1.2
Wonder why I stretched my budget to buy the Diesel Punto.
If calculated with petrol price in Goa it turns out to be slightly more than 2kmpl:-o
Today I did a FE check. 30km drive from my home(near goa airport) to panjim, I got 17kmpl(1.4 FIRE).
Total FE, for 65 km including return trip is 16kmpl. While returning the traffic was more and also a swift Dezire spoiled my effort, otherwise
the figure could have been one unit higher. I had to teach the swift driver about what 'F', 'I' , 'A' and 'T" stands for. Swift owner got his free lessons at my coast. :firey
LOL sungoa.. We all love swift ..
Daily when I return from my office at night , i usually drive slowly enjoying music and many times I have allowed indicas / sumos to overtake me. I was really not bothered . But when some vernas / i20 / swifts flash their lights I wil allow them to overtake me .. But will make sure that they are in my rearview mirror with in few kms . Few times I have seen them stop following me after a decent curve or speed blocks ..
I am getting about 13-18 in city depending on traffic conditions and 20-22 on Highways. The Engine is getting louder at 2,000 KM on the Odo now and I am hoping for better response once I cross 5,000 KM. It's hard to take the foot off the gas pedal once the turbo kicks-in. It is addictive. Thank God for ABS!
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