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    Eight of the most fuel-efficient SUVs and pickup trucks in the Philippines - Feature Articles | TopGear.com.ph

    what do you think guys?! Or is this not reliable? I'm surprised by their numbers on the FXT, CX7 and Tucson BTW.

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    top gear attributes/cites the source of the test results

    it is up to the readers to pass judgment on the credibility of the testers


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    The Tucson 2.0 is really economical. My cousin's just broke in, and he's getting fantastic mileage.

    The CX7 is good. Not great... but considering it's a 2.5 liter engine, very very good, nonetheless. This is thanks to the lower friction of the 2.5 MZR engine compared to the old 2.3 and the six speed gearbox. 18 km/l might be possible, given the long cruising gear and the torque converter lock-up (a la Santa Fe and Veracruz), but I'd like to double-test that myself. It's definitely better than many engines of the same size.

    The CR-V, exceptional... incredible. Especially considering the interior and cargo space.

    ASX, no comment yet, haven't done a long-term test.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    A CX-7 2.5 gas gets 18.17 km/l, while a Tucson 2.0 CRDi clocks in 9.5 km/l... go figure.

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    How about the FXT 11-16km/ltr and range. Very impressive IMHO if indeed true. Modestpa daw claim ng MI eh. calling mr. foresterx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    How about the FXT 11-16km/ltr and range. Very impressive IMHO if indeed true. Modestpa daw claim ng MI eh. calling mr. foresterx
    Di mo pwede i-ask si foresterx about personal claims coz he doesn't own a forester xt. Forester X 2.0L N/A sakanya not Forester XT 2.5L Forced Induction

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    Kung DOE test yung sa CX7, possible. Dapat. Mga 17-18 din yung Tucson CRDi sa DOE style drive.

    In my driving, exact same trip and conditions, 7.5 kml CX7, 8.5 kml Tucson.

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    ^ I was expecting nga that the Tucson will be better vs the CX-7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    ^ I was expecting nga that the Tucson will be better vs the CX-7.
    4WD kasi yung Tucson R-eVGT tsaka masyado masarap pahatawin

    Kidding aside, 9.8km/L na average ko ngayon. City driving below 2200RPM.

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    Yup. Masyadong masarap.

    That was a mountain-climbing trip. The CX7 gets close because it has a good gearbox, a low-friction engine and 2WD. The Tucson, on the other hand, has a very heavy iron-block engine and AWD... so it's compromised while climbing.

    On the highway or in city traffic, the difference will definitely be bigger.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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