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Old 12-14-2010, 05:40 AM   #1
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FUEL CONSUMPTION IN UAE ROAD

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I own a Toyota Yaris HB 1.3 2010 model. Since I am logging the km details upon refuelling, I am able to determine the fuel consumption. I am perplexed to see that I am getting only less than 11 km per liter (9.1 liter per 100 km) in UAE Roads. Is that the same everyone else using the same car getting?
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Old 12-14-2010, 05:58 AM   #2
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Hi,

I own a Toyota Yaris HB 1.3 2010 model. Since I am logging the km details upon refuelling, I am able to determine the fuel consumption. I am perplexed to see that I am getting only less than 11 km per liter (9.1 liter per 100 km) in UAE Roads. Is that the same everyone else using the same car getting?
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here is the link on some of the info that you may need, contents are in english, some are in filipino, but you get the general idea.



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Old 05-02-2011, 02:26 AM   #3
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YWME, can you share your fuel consumptions here in Gulf? liters per 100KM? Rials per year..
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Old 05-04-2011, 01:11 AM   #4
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Why bother about fuel consumption when fuel is way cheaper than water here in the Middle East????
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Old 05-04-2011, 02:46 AM   #5
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Mine I have Yaris Y Fleet 1.3 engine and same thing what you did I am getting more than 10 Km per liter of Octane 95. By the way Octane 95 is SR 0.60 per liter. I am aware that gasoline in UAE is much expensive than here in KSA.
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Old 05-04-2011, 02:48 AM   #6
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Mine I have Yaris Y Fleet 1.3 engine and same thing what you did I am getting more than 10 Km per liter of Octane 95. By the way Octane 95 is SR 0.60 per liter. I am aware that gasoline in UAE is much expensive than here in KSA.
How come you use 95? Yaris should be fed with 91 octane gasoline only!?
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@Zsacia, It's not about the price..Just to compare if our consumptions is normal as others.
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:31 AM   #8
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I have started since day 1 Octane 95 by mistake. I checked with Toyota people and they said there nothing wrong with using 95 but Yaris is pre-designed for 91. I have used 95 for five consecutive times and when I read that it is for 91 I changed from 95 to 91, there I noticed that for 91 it seems that i am going slower than when i use 95. From that time on I am using 95, which cost more more than Sr6 per tank load.

Kayaris, I stand to be corrected. Suggestions please.
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:45 AM   #9
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thank you ricepower. So we have difference in UAE and here. Wordnmypocket did not mention what OCtane he is using.
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Same here for me, I am getting poor acceleration or take off with 91 and also noticed my gas tank is more easy to drain..

I changed back to 95 as I am getting better engine response and more mileage..
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I have started since day 1 Octane 95 by mistake. I checked with Toyota people and they said there nothing wrong with using 95 but Yaris is pre-designed for 91. I have used 95 for five consecutive times and when I read that it is for 91 I changed from 95 to 91, there I noticed that for 91 it seems that i am going slower than when i use 95. From that time on I am using 95, which cost more more than Sr6 per tank load.

Kayaris, I stand to be corrected. Suggestions please.
it is because 95 has higher octaine % than 91... you want to go faster? fill up with higher octaine %. take note filling up with higher octaine than the desired % will result to engine failure in the long run.
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