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    #1091
    Quote Originally Posted by wsa 400 View Post
    Planning to get a gas powered 2018 CRV this June. Whatís the observed fuel consumption city and highway? Trying to compare with entry level Forester. Thanks in advance to the responders
    ^Egan is right on all points.

    I get 5-6 km/L on very heavy traffic in the city (Pasig to Makati, 12 kph average speed). If traffic is lighter like on Sundays when I'm QC-bound (20+ kph average), I get as high as 11 km/L in the city if I drive gently, but more often it's around 9 km/L. Overall, expect around 7 km/L in moderate traffic.

    On the highway, 12 km/L is easy if you drive at around 110-120 kph. The diesel version is far more economical, and you'll make up for the 180k difference in 3-4 years because the diesel is so much cheaper to run.

    The CRV is also more comfortable, spacious, and feature-packed compared to the entry-level Forester 2.0i-L. Plus, it drives quite nicely too - I've taken it to twisty mountain roads in the province and it'll keep up with a Forester, even an XT.

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    #1092
    Thank you both for your response. I guess my mind is made up to get a CRV gas. Itís just a matter on the availability of the color. The SA at the dealership is recommending the dark green. Might consider it😀


    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    ^Egan is right on all points.

    I get 5-6 km/L on very heavy traffic in the city (Pasig to Makati, 12 kph average speed). If traffic is lighter like on Sundays when I'm QC-bound (20+ kph average), I get as high as 11 km/L in the city if I drive gently, but more often it's around 9 km/L. Overall, expect around 7 km/L in moderate traffic.

    On the highway, 12 km/L is easy if you drive at around 110-120 kph. The diesel version is far more economical, and you'll make up for the 180k difference in 3-4 years because the diesel is so much cheaper to run.

    The CRV is also more comfortable, spacious, and feature-packed compared to the entry-level Forester 2.0i-L. Plus, it drives quite nicely too - I've taken it to twisty mountain roads in the province and it'll keep up with a Forester, even an XT.

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    #1093
    Quote Originally Posted by wsa 400 View Post
    Thank you both for your response. I guess my mind is made up to get a CRV gas. Itís just a matter on the availability of the color. The SA at the dealership is recommending the dark green. Might consider itHonda CRV [continued]
    I find pearl white to be the best color for the CRV.



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    #1094
    Mga Sirs, is the all new CR-V 2.0 Gas variantís brake light goes all the way upro the tailgates? Iíve seen some kasi na hindi hanggang tailgate. But some videos nakita ko upto tailgate.

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    #1095
    Quote Originally Posted by DYC View Post
    Mga Sirs, is the all new CR-V 2.0 Gas variantís brake light goes all the way upro the tailgates? Iíve seen some kasi na hindi hanggang tailgate. But some videos nakita ko upto tailgate.
    The vertical part of the tail lamps will light up when you step on the brakes.



    When it's just the regular rear lights that are on, it's just the horizontal part that's lit, like this:



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    #1096
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    The vertical part of the tail lamps will light up when you step on the brakes.



    When it's just the regular rear lights that are on, it's just the horizontal part that's lit, like this:



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    Thank you very much Sir.

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    #1097
    Will include your suggestions in my list.

    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    I find pearl white to be the best color for the CRV.



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    #1098
    Guys tanong ko lang, ok ba ang gulong na BFGoodrich (cost 6,100 per tire) for CRV? yan ang sa tingin ko pasok sa budget ko. Planning to replace 4 tires.

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    #1099
    Quote Originally Posted by james00112233 View Post
    Guys tanong ko lang, ok ba ang gulong na BFGoodrich (cost 6,100 per tire) for CRV? yan ang sa tingin ko pasok sa budget ko. Planning to replace 4 tires.
    Try to check Yokohama, I think it's much cheaper.

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    #1100
    Quote Originally Posted by Archerfish View Post
    Try to check Yokohama, I think it's much cheaper.
    Pinakamurang napagtanungan kong Yokohama is 7K.

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