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  1. Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Yup. Continuously Variable Transmission. No fixed gear ratios, no torque converter either. It gives you the economy of a manual and the ease of use of an automatic.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

  2. Join Date
    Jul 2005
    i hope meron pa jazz 1.5 mt next year (jan or feb ) thats the time i can buy the car

  3. Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Yup. Continuously Variable Transmission. No fixed gear ratios, no torque converter either. It gives you the economy of a manual and the ease of use of an automatic.
    Galing! Tlgang guru :D considering the jazz 1.3 "CVT".
    (Sna have 150k more to spare...)
    teka, matignan nga wallet! nyahh!! hehehehe...

    sorry, just talking to myself hehehehe...

  4. Join Date
    Dec 2005

    Our 1.3L iDSI CVT Jazz is doing 12Km/L in city driving and 15Km/L in highway driving.....


  5. Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by claRkEnt View Post
    my City'05 (1.5CVT) gives minimum 15km/li. That data is for over 2-year period. It had been a habit to compute for my consumption everytime i fill up (always full tank whenever warning indicator lits up, whenever possible, same station same gas pump). The figure is for combined city and highway though di masyado traffic sa alabang area.

    Bro.,- depende kasi sa oras ng pagpasok at pag-uwi iyan.....


  6. Join Date
    Oct 2003
    1.3 idsi city doing around 10kms/l

  7. Join Date
    Nov 2002
    Quote Originally Posted by wonderloo View Post
    i dont know how to drive manual transmission
    kaya automatic ang need ko. wala ako choice.

    guys, im thinking of getting a 2nd car
    requirement is really fuel efficient, fuel consumption klm to liter is high.

    ano mas matipid sa fuel?

    a) 1.3 or 1.5?

    b) tapos City ba or Jazz?

    ako, matipid naman tumapak, 80 normally mabilis na.

    thanks ah guys.
    your posts tlga ang basis ng mga choices made dito sa forums.

    1.3 is more fuel efficient
    Jazz should be more fuel efficient because of less weight compared to the same spec city. but the difference is very small in 1-2% better fuel effiency lang.
    If you don't need the trunk, the jazz is better, more versatile, slightly better resale, looks better too.

  8. Join Date
    Jul 2005
    I just bought a 1.3 with cvt transmission, still waiting for the licence plates to arrive. The transition from driving a Fortuner to the Jazz takes a lot of getting used to, engine response is slightly better than the SUV but the handling took me by surprise! I hope the Jazz will be as economical as advertized, bought the car so that my wife can have something to drive when I'm not around. Will keep you guys informed of it's performance in future post.

  9. Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by jjmichaels View Post
    Jazz 1.3 manual 28 kms/liter
    Jazz 1.3 CVT 33 kms/liter

    One of those Petron runs which we joined from Fort McDo Taguig to Petron Lipa Batangas.

    totoo ba to?

    In real day to day driving terms.

    What's the Km/L for the

    Jazz 1.3 Manual and Jazz 1.3 CVT?

  10. Join Date
    Dec 2007
    2005 Honda Jazz 1.3S manual transmission
    City driving: 11-14 km/L
    Highway driving: 17-28 km/L

    And I'm not pulling any of your legs. This is the real deal.

Honda's City and Jazz: Fuel Consumption