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What sort of fuel consumption can i expect from a 2006 Toyota Prado 4LT petrol 6 speed manual


best at 10 liters per 100 klms , average around 12 liters /100 klms
fuel consumption depends largely on load , speed , operating conditions , towing, highway/city, off road so an exacting answer is not possible as it all depends on the operator and the driving skills

Aug 29, 2016 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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And also inform me about the fule consumption ratio of the engine?


need to know the make , model , year , 2 wd or 4x4 , normal tires or big tires , load , city, country driving and average road speed
or do you want the compression ratio of the engine

Oct 30, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Oil consumption for gtt


Oil consumption for any vehicle can depend on a number of factors including engine construction, mileage, type of driving so it's a bit difficult to place an exact figure on it.
In the case of the 3SGTE in the Caldina GTT consumption seems to be average/normal, which equates to a drop of about 1/4~1/3 the distance between full and empty on the dipstick every 5,000km (3,000mi). And that's been my average for all 3SGTE's I've had.
If you have a high mileage (>200,000Km/120,000mi) unit, or drive enthusiastically your consumption may increase, but at that age brittle seals are more likely to be responsible for increased oil loss.

Mar 16, 2014 | 1998 Toyota Caldina GT-T

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What is the normal fuel consumption rate of a 2001 v4 Toyota highlander ?


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Mar 11, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a problem with the consumption of fuel in my fx35 2005


fuel consumption higher driving in the city because you are stopping and accelerating causing more fuel get car in motion.to help fuel consumption problem some, replace air filter,keep check on tire pressure.low tire pressure will cause fuel consumption.

Oct 05, 2012 | 2005 Infiniti FX35

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Good morning, I have a pickup of 96 rav4 4x4 2.0 cc engine 3S-FE, 5-door and let me know what type of spark plugs to use please, and their consumption of gasoline per gallon thank you very much for the...


Personally i donot think you need to put the four point plugs in your car.That would just increase your fuel consumption a bit as it would be burning more fuel to give u the advance pickup.You really donot need that.Put single point Champion plugs,they are really good.Then Bosch, Denso or NGK come in line.get the distributor rotor clean so that strong current goes to the plugs and its all set.On average the SUVs the size of your car would give 7kms on a litre petrol in an average traffic city drive with Air conditioner switched on.You can convert that into milage per gallon.Milage generally increaes by 25-30% without the airconditioner.

May 09, 2011 | 1996 Toyota RAV4

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On the kia 2002 sportage i spent 15 Litres of fuel for 100KM is that normal?and can you tell me the normal Litres of gas foor 100KM on the kia 2002 sportage


That fuel consumption is a bit heavy, but not excessive, depending on the driving conditions. In heavy traffic and slow town driving with a lot of stop starts it would be acceptable but on the open road in 2 wheel mode it would be excessive. Kia do not seem to manage much better than about 8-10 l/100km, even on their sedans.

Apr 17, 2011 | 2002 Kia Sportage

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My Ford Taurus 1997 GL spends 17 - 18 liters of gas on City drive, A/C is on. Is it normal.


well, according to site www,fueleconomy.gov, the fuel consumption for a 1997 Ford Taurus is 18mpg for city driving, 25 mpg for highway and 21mpg combined....so you are running at an average, and for this age of vehicle, i think very good

Aug 31, 2010 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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My 156 sportswagon is burning fuel badly i put 2 gallons in and only got 31 miles for this i can hear an air leak coming from top of engine would this be a likley cause for such poor fuel consumption it's...


an air leak would weaken the mix of fuel to air so giving you better fuel efficiency but a poor power output.
was my last answer not to your liking, re **** fuel consumption on all fiat/alpha cars.but it is true, ask any owner........14.7 average mpg.......£205 road tax.....(tax it for a year and quadruple its value...)

Jun 14, 2010 | 2000 Alfa Romeo 156

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The fuel consumption is to low


Tune ups, clean oil & filters , tire air pressure at rated as specied on door panel. good driving habits.. have dealer ck computer settings

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