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How can i make my car consume less gas

How can make my car consume less gas ?? audi 80 1.8s 4 cylinder ..like is their any procedures i can use to reduce gas expenses??

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  • itaha Jan 21, 2009

    it's consuming 8 km/l i think for a 1.8 and 4 cylinder car must do better on gas..do u know the best oil i can use??

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Other than the regular, let off gas sooner etc., you may try a K&N air filter, synthetic oil? I guess it all depends how much you want to spend. 1.8L 4 cylinder, and mileage isn't good? Please eloborate.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler Jan 21, 2009

    That's about 30MPG, not bad average, depending on your driving habits. As far as oil goes, I've always had good luck with Castrol.

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