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Old 10-20-2009, 08:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
My 2007 Swift's (auto) fuel consumption seems to be unreasonably high - 10L/100 KM or 23.5 MPG (this is in the city without the AC)

Could you please suggest remedies. Would a change in the ATF be of any help?

Thanks.
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Old 11-02-2009, 09:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is normal for these cars. I bought a 2008 swift and it sucks gas back like crazy. I owned a 1994 Ford Thunderbird with a V-6 before this and it used approx the same amount of gas.
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Old 11-02-2009, 09:41 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks. I thought something was wrong with my car.
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Old 11-10-2009, 12:09 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks. I thought something was wrong with my car.
Don't listen to that idiot.

Mine is around 7.7l/100km A/C ON permanently with 35 degC outside temperature, average city driving, no highway driving at all.
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Suzuki would be happy to know that . thanks anyways
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Suzuki would be happy to know that . thanks anyways
I would like to know more about your driving conditions.

I'm really surprised that you get such a bad mileage out of yours.

I'm assuming that yours is also the 1.5 auto?
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yeah it's a 1.6 L auto : the driving conditions are not bad at all... i guess unlike your vehicle the swift, pontiac - wave, and the chevy - aveo in canada are identical and assembled in korea by GM Daewoo - and is not the real suzuki.
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yeah it's a 1.6 L auto : the driving conditions are not bad at all... i guess unlike your vehicle the swift, pontiac - wave, and the chevy - aveo in canada are identical and assembled in korea by GM Daewoo - and is not the real suzuki.
Oh man, that's no good.

I feel sorry for you!

If you can get hold of the real thing, I can highly recommend it. Its a fun little car.
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I have a suzuki swift modelzc71s, 1240 cc,CVT transmission, model 2008, 30k kms driven...It is supposed to give at least 5litres for 100kms... but it sucks....10 lts inmix driving and better is about 8 litres/100 on long trips and country side.. Am not satisfied about false advertisements which brought me to buy this car for its fuel economy...its just a small car that drink as much as a much bigger one!!
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He is just saying something true, I am experiencing same 10l/100 kms with my suzuki 1.2 cvt zc71s , without aircon in mix driving... the Suzuki sucks
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