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Hi, we have all heard of various cars and their respective FC blah blah blah, but alot of them are hearsay or heard from someone from internet of review or from internet. And i realized not all the time these hearsay or myths are accurate.

Example,

i used to drive the old Nissan Sunny, before i buy, i already heard many hearsay or comments from internet saying it is a heavy petrol drinker. But for me, after buying it, i usually pumped 33-35litre of full tank, and i can cover average about 400-420km. It wasn't that bad actually right?

And now i am driving Elantra, 2011 model. Full tank about 40-42litre...and i can cover 520km per full tank. I don't consider this very good.

How about you guys? What car you driving and how much you spent every full tank and how much can it cover you?

 

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2.5 Mazda 6,50% City,50% Highway Driving,12Km/L...BMW 3.0...80% Highway Driving,20% City Driving 11.5 Km/L.

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8 minutes ago, ER-3682 said:

2.5 Mazda 6,50% City,50% Highway Driving,12Km/L...BMW 3.0...80% Highway Driving,20% City Driving 11.5 Km/L.

How much your full tank for both? 
mine i always pump esso cheapest petrol (lol), and 41-42litre would cost me $83-85 before discount..

i can run for 6-7days bah. with maybe 45% city and rest is highway....

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9 hours ago, wangxiaodi said:

How much your full tank for both? 
mine i always pump esso cheapest petrol (lol), and 41-42litre would cost me $83-85 before discount..

i can run for 6-7days bah. with maybe 45% city and rest is highway....

Mazda is 62 Litres...the Max i filled is about 56 Litres....672Km...BMW tank is 52 Litres...so far never went total empty before...roughly 11.5 Km/L.

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10 hours ago, wangxiaodi said:

How much your full tank for both? 
mine i always pump esso cheapest petrol (lol), and 41-42litre would cost me $83-85 before discount..

i can run for 6-7days bah. with maybe 45% city and rest is highway....

One who pump full tank and drive for 7 days shirt trip is very different from one who drive 7 days from Changi to Jurong daily, there is no basis of comparison this way. 

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1 hour ago, ER-3682 said:

Mazda is 62 Litres...the Max i filled is about 56 Litres....672Km...BMW tank is 52 Litres...so far never went total empty before...roughly 11.5 Km/L.

Your Mazda 6 is considered ok for a heavier car. 

 

28 minutes ago, Ct3833 said:

One who pump full tank and drive for 7 days shirt trip is very different from one who drive 7 days from Changi to Jurong daily, there is no basis of comparison this way. 

On average can cover 520 km bah. That is the baseline.. These 520km average out about 6 to 7 days.. 

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No need la what is there to share?

Every single person's car, load and travelling route is different. It will never be a fruitful comparison.

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10 minutes ago, Isc10096 said:

Evo X 

65% city, rest highway. 7.5-8 km/L. Light footed.

Sports car bobian la. Sure low FC one.. 

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59 minutes ago, Isc10096 said:

Evo X 

65% city, rest highway. 7.5-8 km/L. Light footed.

My ex wrx never get above 8 before too. 

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2 minutes ago, Hamburger said:

730Li with 90% city 6km/l

Wow.. Either yours is a 2litre or 2.4litre above 

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When you guys say "x"% city and " y"% highway, is it distance or time? 

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2 hours ago, whiplash00 said:

Audi a4 2.0 (2008-2015)

90% city

6-7km/l

The post that gave me most comfort. Thank you.

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3 hours ago, whiplash00 said:

Audi a4 2.0 (2008-2015)

90% city

6-7km/l

This sounds quite bad.... Heavy V70 with 2.5T can get 7 km plus consistently. 

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3 hours ago, Playtime said:

Dam... regular sylphy .

10km/l

With occasional spikes down to 8 plus even 😱

Old or newer sylphy? 

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21 minutes ago, wangxiaodi said:

Old or newer sylphy? 

2014 .

With regular serving

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13 minutes ago, Sugimoto said:

CLS350 with 70% highway, 95 Ron

1 tank can get 8km/L 

Consider low FC.. 

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Come'on lah..  cars in Sg already most expensive in the world, if one could bought a car in Sg but yet so concern about fuel consumption differences (at most, $50-100 a month difference?), might as well don't drive right?

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1 hour ago, Mr_b20 said:

Come'on lah..  cars in Sg already most expensive in the world, if one could bought a car in Sg but yet so concern about fuel consumption differences (at most, $50-100 a month difference?), might as well don't drive right?

What kind of logic is this? Nobody mentioned about money anyway.

Fuel efficiency is part of a car's performance parameters and comparing it is no different from comparing top speed or acceleration. 

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