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Old 30 Aug 2008, 05:01 pm
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Default What's the average fuel economy for a 92' Prelude Si with the H23A1 engine?

What's the average fuel economy for a 92' Prelude Si with the H23A1 engine?
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Old 30 Aug 2008, 06:01 pm
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In manual form the combined fuel economy would be approximately 9.4L/100km (25MPG). This is based 43% highway fuel consumption (8.0L/100km) and 57% city fuel consumption (10.5L/100km). This is how combined fuel consumption is calculated. From experience real world consumption is usually a little higher than combined figures so 10L/100km (23.5MPG).
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