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That is the fundamental inquiry that a possible vehicle purchaser pose. Mileage remains the most searched after quality in a vehicle for Indian buyers. Thus, they need to go for the best mileage
Since days of yore, mileage and normal have been the measuring sticks to quantify how great a vehicle truly is.
In spite of the fact that, with the adjustment in the client base, the components are evolving. Yet, the eco-friendliness of a vehicle actually stays one of the vital variables in purchasing a vehicle.
We've gathered an elite of the absolute best performing and glancing vehicles in India. The rundown has been accumulated remembering the mileage, execution, brand variety, and looks also.
Hyundai Aura (Mileage: 25kmpl)
Hyundai i20 2020 (Mileage: 25kmpl)
Hyundai Verna (Mileage: 25kmpl)
Honda Amaze (Mileage: 24kmpl)
Ford Aspire (Mileage: 24kmpl)
Ford Figo (Mileage: 24kmpl)
Hyundai Grand i10 Nios (Mileage: 26kmpl)
Find the factory-spec 17-inch rims on the 2020 Hyundai Creta a bit boring? I'm sure that the new Hyundai Creta will make you excited with a set of 19-inch mags, which look awesome to me.
Here are some photos of the all-new Hyundai Creta with 19-inch alloy wheels.
The turbine-style design further accentuates the style quotient.
The concave nature of the wheels gives the rims some extra width without spacers.
How do you think? Which do you prefer, the 17-inch or the 19-inch alloy wheel model?
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Hi Motor Uncle team,
I have Fiat Linea 1.4 fire (i.e. it's not turbo charged) car 2017 model.
As per car manual only unleaded petrol with minimum octane (RON) value 91 should be used. Given this can i use Xtra premium petrol from Indian Oil, is this petrol considered unleaded ? I am confused because i have read somewhere that in Xtra premium petrol they add some additives so i am not sure if it is still considered "unleaded".
I am also not sure about octane value of Indian Oil's normal petrol vs Xtrpremium petrol (BS 4 petrol).
I will appreciate if you can guide me on above. Thank you.