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Re: Toyota Aqua / Prius question

Postby SR » November 13th, 2017, 7:42 pm

Lolol ok boss

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Re: Toyota Aqua / Prius question

Postby Jonathan » November 14th, 2017, 1:34 pm

SR wrote:Which scan tool do you have?


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Re: Toyota Aqua / Prius question

Postby Jonathan » November 14th, 2017, 1:36 pm

b5er wrote:
venum wrote:Guys, everyone claiming that these Hybrids give great fuel econimo and I am interested in them for that

I se figures being posted of 47mpg

can the guys with these vehicles also post your mpg and driving distances in combo (electric and gas)?

Also I suggest we create an official Toyota Prius\Aqua\Fielder Hybrid thread just for these models as it would be a common place to post info like parts and mechanics etc specific to these models

I wanted to buy a hybrid, but ssinc eteh taxes went up Its looking like a Fielder Hybrid (1.5) now


My Prius give approximately 54 MPG or 23 KM/L or 4.36 L/100 km,
at a cost of $0.166 / KM, or $0.267 / Mile.


I'm averaging 59-60mpg (25.2km/l)

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Re: Toyota Aqua / Prius question

Postby b5er » November 14th, 2017, 3:16 pm

Jonathan wrote:I'm averaging 59-60mpg (25.2km/l)

This is excellent, what year, make and model do you have? are these figures directly from the cars dash or calculated manually over a period of time?

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Re: Toyota Aqua / Prius question

Postby Jonathan » November 16th, 2017, 10:04 am

b5er wrote:
Jonathan wrote:I'm averaging 59-60mpg (25.2km/l)

This is excellent, what year, make and model do you have? are these figures directly from the cars dash or calculated manually over a period of time?


It's a 2014 Prius. The AC is always used as well. This morning I got 78mpg (33.5km/l) from Santa Cruz, over the hill into Maraval, over Long Circular Road, thru St. James towards my destination in Chaguramas. I cannot compain!

These are the dash figures, I know that they can read high but it's usually around 1-2mpg difference.

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Re: Toyota Aqua / Prius question

Postby *$kїđž!™ » November 21st, 2017, 10:45 pm

Subscribed as my next car would definitely be a toyota hybrid or a cng car.....the foreign used aqua goes for around 65k which is pretty good

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