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    #551
    hi, any owner experience on Drifting - care to share?

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    Guys curious lang ano Fc ng 86 and GC!

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    #553
    GC, still similar to the old. Around 6 km/l in the city. Lower in traffic. Around 4 km/l.

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    #554
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    GC, still similar to the old. Around 6 km/l in the city. Lower in traffic. Around 4 km/l.
    Damn. Ganyan pala talaga kalakas sa gas yung V6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    Damn. Ganyan pala talaga kalakas sa gas yung V6.
    Not bad. in my experience, less thirsty than an Explorer V6 in mixed traffic. Probably on par with some compact crossovers... Better if you get a manual. Hell, it's much better than an old Evo...

    Open up the taps (pedal to the metal) and say sayonara to your gas, though.

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    #556
    V6 pa lang yan, imagine the V8 Ford Mustang, hahaha.

    86 should probably have good FC, boxer 4 lang naman siya. RWD pa so not as heavy as the typical AWD Subaru

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    #557
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Not bad. in my experience, less thirsty than an Explorer V6 in mixed traffic. Probably on par with some compact crossovers... Better if you get a manual. Hell, it's much better than an old Evo...

    Open up the taps (pedal to the metal) and say sayonara to your gas, though.
    i have a friend with a v8 and was able to borrow it last weekend, to my surprise the FC is a bit better than my explorer.

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    #558
    saw 2 white pearl FT86 kanina sa toyota manila bay ready for delivery...+ 2 owner na...

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    #559
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    GC, still similar to the old. Around 6 km/l in the city. Lower in traffic. Around 4 km/l.
    What about the 2.0 variant? Were you able to get an approximate reading of the 86 vs the GC 2.0? Thanks.

    Edit:
    Just found the answers to my own question from this site (for T86 and BRZ): http://gt86.com.au/subaru-brz-scion-...r-on-epa-site/

    According to the EPA, when the rear-wheel drive coupes’ 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is matched to the standard 6-speed manual gearbox, they return 22mpg (10.68L/100km) city, 30mpg (7.83L/100km) highway and 25mpg (9.39L/100km) combined.

    Those that opt for the 6-speed automatic transmission, will see slightly better numbers at 25mpg (9.39L/100km) in city driving, 34mpg on the highway and 28mpg (6.91L/100km) combined.
    While for the GC 2.0, here's another reference: http://www.aboutautomobile.com/Fuel/...yundai/Genesis

    It would be interesting to see what those nos. would be like in more severe PH traffic conditions.
    Last edited by JackFlash; December 21st, 2012 at 06:54 PM.

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    #560
    I think Mikko David would know, he drove them back to back.

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