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  • in oras cele 130kg in plus ale Civic ar trebui sa-si spuna cuvantul si sa consume mai mult chiar daca ar exista o mica diferenta de randament termic a 1.8VTEC fata de 1.5VTEC. in afara coef. de aerodinamicitate mai bun al Civic sedan sau coupe ar putea sa-si spuna cuvantul desi cred ca suprafata frontala este mai mica la Fit.

    dupa EPA:

    - Civic 1.8 sedan 6l% in afara si 7.8% urban.

    - Fit 1.5 HB are medie de 5.2%
    ex Civic mk.7 EX sedan 2002, 1.7VTEC
    ex Acura TL 2006, 3.2 V6 SOHC VTEC
    Civic Si sedan 2007, 2.0 DOHC iVTEC
    Acura MDX 2011, 3.7 V6 SOHC VTEC

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    • Asta e teoria cu aia 5,2% ca-n practica inca nimeni n-a putut sa-i dovedeasca! Sau ma rog, poate vreo bunicuta cu stilul ei de condus o fi atins astfel de valori dar cu care nu avem cum sa vorbim in ce conditii i-a reusit.
      HONDA. The finest from Japan. Since 1963.

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      • http://autos.yahoo.com/newcars/compa...e=Compare+cars

        Its 1.5-liter, 16-valve SOHC VTEC® engine, along with the Drive-by-Wire Throttle System,™ provides remarkable fuel economy. In fact, the Fit and the Fit Sport equipped with 5-speed manual transmission, both achieve 33 city/38 highway mpg.* And all Fit models run on regular unleaded gas.

        *The 5-speed automatic Fit gets 31/38 mpg and the 5-speed automatic Fit Sport gets 31/37 mpg. All mpg figures are based on 2007 mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage may vary.

        http://automobiles.honda.com/models/...?ModelName=Fit

        http://automobiles.honda.com/models/...?ModelName=Fit

        deci, din nou. daca ma uit la pret, putere motor si consum pe care sa o aleg?
        unde ai vazut tu diferenta aia mare de consum intre civic si fit?

        cica "remarkable fuel economy" la fit. unde? sa nu mai vorbim de fostul civic HX cu 38/44 adica la fel ca un diesel.
        Asta trebuiau ei sa faca din nou, un HX.
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        • 5.2% este dupa globalcarindex.org. nici eu nu cred ca e corect.

          31mpg in oras este bine. nu cred ca poti scoate consumul asta in Civic 1.7 sau 1.8.

          si se pare ca Civic8 nu consuma nici el cat e declarat ( adica mai putin decat Civic&). amicul meu care are un Civic8 1.8 automatic si face (in mare) aceeasi naveta ca si nevasta-mea scoate 33-34mpg in timp ce nevasta-mea cu Civic7 1.7 manual ramane la 36-37mpg.
          ex Civic mk.7 EX sedan 2002, 1.7VTEC
          ex Acura TL 2006, 3.2 V6 SOHC VTEC
          Civic Si sedan 2007, 2.0 DOHC iVTEC
          Acura MDX 2011, 3.7 V6 SOHC VTEC

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          • mie imi consuma 32 in oras si e de 1.7L

            la ultimul plin combinat mia consumat 39. penultimul 40 combinat.
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            • http://finance.yahoo.com/columnist/a.../business/3916
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              • bye, bye RSX/Integra

                http://www.leftlanenews.com/2006/05/...-coupe-coming/
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                • noi hibride la orizont. FIT si CR-V.

                  http://www.leftlanenews.com/2006/05/...brid-cr-v-fit/
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                  • si o stire mai veche. tema putin dezbatuta pe niste pagini anterioare.

                    DETROIT — Honda Motor Co. says it might be able to build hybrid vehicles that get 65 miles per gallon — 30-percent better mileage than the company's 2006 Civic hybrid — with the help of a high-tech compression-ignition gasoline engine, according to The Wall Street Journal.

                    "At the same time, the company is developing new diesel engines for its larger vehicles in the U.S., says Automotive News.

                    Like other automakers, Honda is working on so-called homogeneous-charge compression-ignition or HCCI engines. These power plants ignite the air-gasoline mixture by compressing it, as a diesel does, rather than using a spark plug — but at lower temperatures. The company says it expects to show a prototype four-cylinder HCCI system as early as next year.

                    Honda is working on diesel engines for the U.S. because it can't simply borrow a diesel engine from its European lineup that would easily meet U.S. emission standards. Honda CEO Takeo Fukui says the carmaker might offer a V6 diesel engine in North America on its future products."


                    http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do...ticleId=107691
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                    • http://www.leftlanenews.com/2006/05/...ower-for-suvs/
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                      • VW vs Honda (GTI vs SI)

                        http://www.autoweek.com/apps/pbcs.dl...8004/1048/FREE
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                        • http://www.leftlanenews.com/2006/05/...ic-cool-again/
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                          • Honda bulks up

                            Honda Motor Co. today announced that it plans to build a new assembly plant in the U.S. as part of a $1.18 billion expansion. The No. 3 Japanese automaker wants to boost sales from 3.39 million to 4.5 million by 2010. (Reuters) Demand for Honda vehicles is rising, and the No. 3 Japanese automaker cannot meet demand with the five factories it already has in North America -- two in Ohio, one in Alabama, and one each in Mexico and Canada. Indiana and Ohio have already begun trying to lure the new plant, which will bring 2,500 jobs. "It's an enormous opportunity," said Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels. (AP in Yahoo! Finance)
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                            • Hydrogen Baby...

                              http://www.leftlanenews.com/2006/05/...n-three-years/
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                              • CTR

                                http://www.leftlanenews.com/2006/05/...k-this-summer/
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