Honda PH posts 20+ km/l fuel mileage for the Civic and HR-V during recent economy run

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One of the biggest issues facing motorists now is the ever-fluctuating fuel prices. Every week is a constant nail-biting affair as motorists wait for the latest fuel bulletins if the prices went up or down.

Suffice it to say, fuel economy and savings are top-of-mind for any prospective new vehicle buyers.

Honda Civic and HR-V fuel mileage

Honda is one brand taking the matter seriously, they recently conducted a fuel economy run in partnership with the Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP). During the said fuel economy run, Honda ran 3 of their vehicles; the Honda Civic RS Turbo, HR-V V Turbo CVT, and HR-V S CVT.

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The All-New Civic RS Turbo CVT Honda SENSING achieved a fuel mileage of 21.43 kilometers per liter. Likewise, both variants of the All-New HR-V registered impressive fuel economy results. The V Turbo CVT did 24.34 kilometers per liter, and the S CVT recorded the highest fuel efficiency rating of 29.66 kilometers per liter. These were from 129 kilometers of highway driving, with 60-80 kph speed at 1,500-2,000 rpm, air-conditioning at 24°C temperature, and no. 1 fan speed.

While both the Civic RS and HR-V V Turbo registered decent numbers at 20+ km/l, it was the HR-V S CVT that posted an astonishing number, it generated nearly 30 km/l. Which is almost better than some hybrids on the market today.

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Of course, there is credibility behind the results, but it was under certain driving conditions so it may not apply to everybody, nonetheless, Honda has some pretty fuel-efficient vehicles.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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