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Old 06-Nov-2003, 07:43 PM
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gas mileage for a 96-00 civic coupe si

does anyone own a 96-00 coupe si, if you do i was just wondering what kind of mileage you get on it.
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Old 06-Nov-2003, 08:10 PM
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well for me its around 400-450 per tank, not full tank just under Full.

Sometimes more sometimes less depending how I drive and where.
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is this auto or manual
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Old 06-Nov-2003, 08:28 PM
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Old 06-Nov-2003, 08:47 PM
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depends on where i drive, hwy i can get like 500 and the gas light still doesn't turn on...

but ya depends how i drive it, if i'm driving real stingy like i can get almost 600 out of it... but that's real stingy lol like never over 3,500 rpm... not good for a honda, but cheap on gas!
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you should get getting at least 450 to a tank....I run a boosted d16z6 and still get alittle over 400 to a tank...but then again i run ultra 94....but still has never cost me more than 28 bucks to fill.
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My manual SI goes for approx 400 KM per tank. I do both city and highway drving.

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Yup, this is probably thread 2,921 about gas milage, but it's ok!

I've got a manual 99 Si coupe and I get 400-450km and it'll be almost empty. I can keep going until probably 500km, but I just go and fill up.
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i used to get like 650 when i commuted to toronto everyday and hardly reved it.... now that i'm done school and making the bucks and can afford gas i get about 450 or so... sometimes less
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I get 400-450km per tank...light doesn't come on I just hate driving with no gas.

I have no idea how you guys can get 500-600km. I try driving "perfect" and still doesnt get anywhere near that.
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I get 400-450km per tank...light doesn't come on I just hate driving with no gas.

I have no idea how you guys can get 500-600km. I try driving "perfect" and still doesnt get anywhere near that.
Try dumping in a bottle of fuel injector cleaner into your next tank of gas. Or, are you due for an oil change soon? Just two things that can increase your gas milage.
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I usually get 450-500 per tank, with a mix of city, and highway driving. Oil change every 5000kms, fuel system cleaner 3 times a year, and a full tune-up yearly. Maybe you guys spend too much time in VTEC.
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