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    #1081
    I have a lot of officemates with CRV 2.4 SXs. Mas malakas sa gas vs the 2.0 gas. 2.4 gets 5-7 km/L in city driving. 2.0 gets 6-8 km/L.

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    #1082
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    I have a lot of officemates with CRV 2.4 SXs. Mas malakas sa gas vs the 2.0 gas. 2.4 gets 5-7 km/L in city driving. 2.0 gets 6-8 km/L.

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    Thanks for getting back to me!

    My question is more about proving if I understood fuel consumption correctly. guess not :D

    I own a 2016 model, CRV 2.0. I'm averaging around 7-9km/L, mixed highway and city (I live at Bacoor, Cavite). Mejo rev hungry sya and parang labored during uphill with full load. Its my first time owning a V-tech Honda.
    Ganun ba talaga? Purchased this unit used few months back. Feeling ko lang mabigat sya for its engine.

    Siguro after few years, try ko naman Mazda CX5. Your thoughts?

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    #1083
    Quote Originally Posted by EchoAlphaDelta View Post
    Thanks for getting back to me!

    My question is more about proving if I understood fuel consumption correctly. guess not :D

    I own a 2016 model, CRV 2.0. I'm averaging around 7-9km/L, mixed highway and city (I live at Bacoor, Cavite). Mejo rev hungry sya and parang labored during uphill with full load. Its my first time owning a V-tech Honda.
    Ganun ba talaga? Purchased this unit used few months back. Feeling ko lang mabigat sya for its engine.

    Siguro after few years, try ko naman Mazda CX5. Your thoughts?
    all vehicles going uphill will downshift and use a higher rpm. hindi naman aabot ng redline yan. anything below the redline is ok.

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    #1084
    if one is aggressive with their stepping on the silinyador,
    gas consumption will probably be higher.

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    #1085
    Quote Originally Posted by EchoAlphaDelta View Post
    Thanks for getting back to me!

    My question is more about proving if I understood fuel consumption correctly. guess not :D

    I own a 2016 model, CRV 2.0. I'm averaging around 7-9km/L, mixed highway and city (I live at Bacoor, Cavite). Mejo rev hungry sya and parang labored during uphill with full load. Its my first time owning a V-tech Honda.
    Ganun ba talaga? Purchased this unit used few months back. Feeling ko lang mabigat sya for its engine.

    Siguro after few years, try ko naman Mazda CX5. Your thoughts?
    I also have a 2.0 CRV (2018 2.0S CVT). Rev-happy talaga siya and yes the car feels too heavy for the engine at full load.

    The 2.4 has much more low-end torque but even if the engine feels less stressed, mas malakas pa rin consumption niya.

    Best to get a 1.6 diesel CRV or 2.2 diesel CX5 if you want a car that feels effortless to drive and is fuel efficient.

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    #1086
    Quote Originally Posted by EchoAlphaDelta View Post
    Thanks for getting back to me!

    My question is more about proving if I understood fuel consumption correctly. guess not :D

    I own a 2016 model, CRV 2.0. I'm averaging around 7-9km/L, mixed highway and city (I live at Bacoor, Cavite). Mejo rev hungry sya and parang labored during uphill with full load. Its my first time owning a V-tech Honda.
    Ganun ba talaga? Purchased this unit used few months back. Feeling ko lang mabigat sya for its engine.

    Siguro after few years, try ko naman Mazda CX5. Your thoughts?
    Do you want something effortless to drive with around similar fuel consumption as a CRV 2.4L? Opt for a Subaru XT. I get around 6-7 km/L on city routes and 10-12 km/L on the highway. Spirited driving on the highway gets me around 10 km/L with cruising speeds way above the speed limit (150-180 km).

    AWD vehicles will always need more fuel than a similar vehicle with FWD. AWD has more weight and power is distributed across all 4 wheels. Unlike FWD in which the vehicle just needs to drive the front 2 wheels. AWD vehicles also require more maintenance - gear oil for both front and rear axles every 40k km.

    If you want a CUV which is fuel efficient, just like what Jut suggested - a diesel CRV or diesel CX5 or a diesel Sportage/Tucson will be your pick.


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    #1087
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Do you want something effortless to drive with around similar fuel consumption as a CRV 2.4L? Opt for a Subaru XT. I get around 6-7 km/L on city routes and 10-12 km/L on the highway. Spirited driving on the highway gets me around 10 km/L with cruising speeds way above the speed limit (150-180 km).

    AWD vehicles will always need more fuel than a similar vehicle with FWD. AWD has more weight and power is distributed across all 4 wheels. Unlike FWD in which the vehicle just needs to drive the front 2 wheels. AWD vehicles also require more maintenance - gear oil for both front and rear axles every 40k km.

    If you want a CUV which is fuel efficient, just like what Jut suggested - a diesel CRV or diesel CX5 or a diesel Sportage/Tucson will be your pick.


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    Thank you, sir.

    Muntik na ko mag FXT sa totoo lang. Na-intimidate lang ako sa maintenance -wala kasi ako alam/ experience sa Subaru. Nag decide ako to go for Honda para lang safe. Pero I would love to own one, specially 2013-2017 model.

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    #1088
    Quote Originally Posted by EchoAlphaDelta View Post
    Thank you, sir.

    Muntik na ko mag FXT sa totoo lang. Na-intimidate lang ako sa maintenance -wala kasi ako alam/ experience sa Subaru. Nag decide ako to go for Honda para lang safe. Pero I would love to own one, specially 2013-2017 model.
    Wala naman pinagkaiba maintenance ng Subaru sa Honda. Kami sa bahay, pareho may Honda at Subaru.


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    #1089
    My first try at calculating long drive fuel consumption.

    Car: Honda Civic FD 2.0s AT 2009
    Route: Bataan Roman Superhighway -->SCTEX-->TPLEX --> Rosario --> Baguio (through Palispis/Aspiras or Marcos Highway) --> Back to Pugo, La Union
    Gas consumed: 27.11L ( Petron XCS)
    Km driven: 328.1
    Calculated consumption: 12.10 km/L

    Pretty good na for me since 2.0 makina niya. certain stretches sa SCTEX abot din ako 120-130 kph. tapos 50-60 lang sa Marcos highway.

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    #1090
    2020 Honda CR-V 1.5L Turbo in Australia

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