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Milage Issue in TUV 4+

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Basant
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Milage Issue in TUV 4+

Postby Basant » 11 Jan 2018, 15:09

Hello friends recently I have traveled from Delhi to Jaisalmer over a distance of 2100 km in 198 ltrs of diesel the vehicle averaged 10.6 kmpl on mostly freeway driving at 90-110 km/hr. I just want to add that to increase cargo space I Used roof carrier. Is there any problem in average due to roof carrier????

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Re: Milage Issue in TUV 4+

Postby Fritzie » 06 Feb 2018, 00:31

Basant wrote:Hello friends recently I have traveled from Delhi to Jaisalmer over a distance of 2100 km in 198 ltrs of diesel the vehicle averaged 10.6 kmpl on mostly freeway driving at 90-110 km/hr. I just want to add that to increase cargo space I Used roof carrier. Is there any problem in average due to roof carrier????
Hi Basant. Yes, I think a roof carrier could make a huge difference to fuel economy. Especially at highway speeds. On the other hand I don't think it will make a huge difference below say 80km/h. Wind resistance (and thus fuel economy) exponentially (and dramatically) increases the higher the vehicle speeds, especially with a roof carrier in my opinion. Cheers

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sambhaji
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Re: Milage Issue in TUV 4+

Postby sambhaji » 13 Mar 2018, 13:15

Yes roof carrier plays very imp role in millage , it completely changes body shape of our vehicle and it create hurdles and changes air direction at high speed .


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