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  • Q. Got a BRV cvt petrol. Mileage stuck to 9.4. Disheartening. Have driven 650 Km only. Wondering if its normal for a new BRV. How much increase in mileage can I expect after the first service. And how much after first oil change.

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    Israr
    Israr | 2 years ago

    Its certain mileage would increase after first service buy those 650 km were they mostly done in city then it's completely fine and honda claims 16 kml on highway and 13 to14 in the city, i own a petrol manual brv and in city i average over 12. 4 and on highway i average nearly 15.6 and sometimes on outer ring road i have averaged over 17.2 while maintaining the top speed of 130kmh for atleast 160km, that 1.5 vtev motor so brilliant that if driven smartly it would give mileage number similar to its diesel rivals, and when driven enthusiastically it will deliver you tremendously awesome acceleration

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    Utham
    Utham | 2 years ago

    The fact is that automatics deliver lower mileage compared to manuals irrespective of the technology (CVT AMT Transaction Conv) etc. As mentioned by Gururaj try and keep the RPM at 2k or below and the mileage should improve. There won't be a big change though. I get about 11 in the City and on highways is usually keep at 110 to 120 kmph and so far the best highway mileage has been 15. Fuel station also makes a difference. Here in Bangalore, I get better fuel efficiency of filled at HP stations compared to any other including Shell. Hope this helps

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    Gururaj
    Gururaj | 2 years ago

    Were you driving only in the city on really busy roads. still you should get 11 plus mileage. try to keep your cars acceleration or torque within 1.5 to 2k rpm. you will definitely see a positive difference. BRV is not the one which likes driver ramming on the accelerator. the response is not great in that case. try paddle shifting even in drive mode to better handle the gear ratios, though I must say they work well in S mode.I hv got a min of 10.8 in city and max of 16 on highways .. long stretches. Let me know your opinion.

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