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Old 03-14-2006, 03:34 PM   #1
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Planning to get an altezza.....hope some kind soul could provide me some information for altezza.........how is the fuel consumption for the car???????.......n for the maintenace is it very expensive?????????
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Old 03-14-2006, 04:04 PM   #2
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1.maintainence = same as normal altis or vios
2.fuel economy = on average 450km per 50litres full tank. may go up to 520km per full tank if u know how to tune ur right leg.
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Poro ....

Why mine up to 420KM only huh?????
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Poro ....

Why mine up to 420KM only huh?????



Aiya Bang ,

You tekan minyak kuat kuat mah ......sure makan minyak lebih loh hahahahahahahahahahaha
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Why mine up to 420KM only huh?????
cause u using HKS induction kit mah brother sensor sure detect more air then give more fuel loh plus exhaust straight flow.
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porosaki : so many people keep asking the same question about altezza maintainance and so on

u not boring answering it wan meh?

hehe
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had a altezza as an test car b4..
fuel consumption wise just like an perdana v6...
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he lup aaltezza mar.

eat, sleep, breath 'tezza.
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porosaki : so many people keep asking the same question about altezza maintainance and so on

u not boring answering it wan meh?

hehe
well different ppls has different ways of treating ppls.
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he lup aaltezza mar.

eat, sleep, breath 'tezza.
yo i also eat, sleep, breath Mrs u know!:_:
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all in all i think new engine & engine management technologies will gives better fuel economy.

that is why nowadays new cars can afford a 2litre engine fuel tank as small as a 1.6litre engine fuel tank

just my experience.
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