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anyone bros/sis driving the new Toyota Wish 2009 1.8X. 7 speed CVT?

 

I have done so far 4000kms. doing abt 9-9.5km/L..

 

V bad FC..

 

Dont know its because of my driving or something wrong with car..

 

Please help by contributing ur inputs...

 

20% city, 50% major roads, 30 % hW

 

Thanks

 

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Turbocharged

anyone bros/sis driving the new Toyota Wish 2009 1.8X. 7 speed CVT?

 

I have done so far 4000kms. doing abt 9-9.5km/L..

 

V bad FC..

 

Dont know its because of my driving or something wrong with car..

 

Please help by contributing ur inputs...

 

20% city, 50% major roads, 30 % hW

 

Thanks

 

 

I can't help you, except to say that my 2006 four speeder is currently getting 11.7 km/l (according to trip computer)

 

I have NEVER fallen below 10.5 km/l

 

The figures you are quoting are insane

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2nd Gear

I think also bad. but the PI service workshop say its normal during run-in...dont know real anot..

 

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1st Gear

My friend getting 14.5km/l, with Eco-Mode.

 

Esso 95, Full Syn Oil.

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2nd Gear

maybe i should try Esso.. been using shell 98.

 

I am still on mineral.

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2nd Gear

Anyone else driving same car?

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Mine is from PI, now at 3k mileage.

 

Figures from the trip computer

 

Started with 10km/L, with Eco mode and light foot, went up close to 11.8km/L.

 

Increase my tire pressure from to 260psi (yokohama s drive 17"), now is at 12 to 12.2 depending on how much highway. 50/50 normally.

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Neutral Newbie

mine on 15" 70hw 30city average 12.5km/l. current mileage 5k km. Best is on NSHW can hit 14km/l with average speed 130km/h.

Esso 95, Full Syn Oil. Both Eco mode on.

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2nd Gear

Hi ,

 

Does the eco mode help? i feel that the FC is worse off with eco mode on...any comments?

 

 

Thanks

 

 

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2nd Gear

Tires can pump to 260??

 

Is it a bit over??

 

Sorry, i am newbie, need advice. i normally pump 230

 

 

Thanks

 

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3rd Gear

Yes it is normal when run in engine. What is your mileage now?

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1st Gear

No worries, my is about 9.2km/l

 

On 17", Shell 95, done so far 2K still on mineral.

 

95% city, 5% highway

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Neutral Newbie

I am not sure.. maybe let me try to switch off the eco for few tanks 1st then only can compare the effect of eco...

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2nd Gear

oh ok...mine abt 9.5 ..so therabouts..but some pple said they hit consistently 12-13.. i am puzzled.

 

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Hi, my mileage is abt 4.2k... still on mineral.. going for 5 k service soon to change to full syn oil.

 

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Neutral Newbie

Tires can pump to 260??

 

Is it a bit over??

 

Sorry, i am newbie, need advice. i normally pump 230

 

 

Thanks

 

Why not? Its just 30Kpa (not PSI) more only. I have been pumping 280 for my 18" tyres

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He said he pumped 260 psi leh...sure can?

 

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2nd Gear

it's normal during running in with mineral oil..once changed to fully synthetic,FC will improve

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