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    #21
    Got a 15.8 km/l during the last All Saint's Day travel north with a heavy foot on the pedal. Not bad for my 1.6 altis. hehehe

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    #22
    chevrolet spark 1.0 sohc engine

    left marikina on a full tank, went to san pedro laguna, 6 hours walang patayan engine and aircon, pagbalik ng ortigas, full tank pa din. true po yan! 3 witnesses!

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by AMP_Jana View Post
    chevrolet spark 1.0 sohc engine

    left marikina on a full tank, went to san pedro laguna, 6 hours walang patayan engine and aircon, pagbalik ng ortigas, full tank pa din. true po yan! 3 witnesses!
    ganan talaga ang mga fuel gauges tagal bumaba pag 3/4 to full tank but pag nasa 1/4 level na ang needle bilis bumaba.

    o baka naman nakasakay yang car mo sa carrier dahil sabi mo full tank ka umalis full tank pa rin noon bumalik.

    yun nga 100cc underbone motorcycle try mo 6 hours naka idle siguro mahigit 2+ liter ang ma ko-consume na gas.

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    #24
    diba may Prius na sa pinas? The only car I know that beat the prius in fuel consumption is the Hyundai Getz CRDi. So Getz is on top of the world na pala.

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    #25
    Only in very specific conditions.

    The challenge the Prius lost in was a city-traffic challenge. From our experience, very slow traffic plays havoc with the Prius's fuel efficiency, as it depletes the battery (from running the aircon), forcing the engine to turn on to charge the batteries.

    In flowing traffic, where you'd likely see 15-18 km/l from the Getz, the Prius will still be doing 20-25 km/l. On the highway, though, the Getz will probably be much more fuel efficient.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #26
    mga Sir ano po ba ung Most Fuel Efficient na Kotse ung Pang maramihan,
    Parang Pang pamilya po

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by dragoon88 View Post
    mga Sir ano po ba ung Most Fuel Efficient na Kotse ung Pang maramihan,
    Parang Pang pamilya po
    Define "pamilya"... Four people? Five? Seven? Twelve?

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #28
    ako rin...
    what is the most fuel-efficient, locally-sourced (gas, not diesel) sedan, for 4 - 5 average filipino adults? city driving po..

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    ako rin...
    what is the most fuel-efficient, locally-sourced (gas, not diesel) sedan, for 4 - 5 average filipino adults? city driving po..
    For the sub-compact, the City 1.5L AT (2009-2013) is one good car in terms of fuel efficiency. I can do 10-11 km/L on it. Not sure how much better the newer City with CVT will do in terms of fuel efficiency but CVT is supposed to improve its fuel efficiency.

    For the compacts (Civic, Altis, Lancer, etc), most will do around 9 km/L so it's up to you which style fits you the best.

    For the midsize sedans, I guess no other model can beat the 9-10 km/L fuel consumption of the new Mazda6 with its SkyActiv engine. Other midsize cars can do around 7-8 km/L (or lower).

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Define "pamilya"... Four people? Five? Seven? Twelve?
    Sir baka he meant
    sa pangmaramihan is AUV.
    Ang masasabi kung pangmaramihan get the Isuzu Sportivo/crosswind pagmadamng
    sakay at cargo dipa baba ang rear at pag carlike nman get the toyota innova any variant will do.

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