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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    Panadol,

    Is there anyone in this thread talking about or looking for a perfect machine? You are reading things which are not there. I will stay off Panadol if I were you. You are taking too much leading to hallucinations and making you write a pathetic one liner and thinking you are very clever.

    Btw, you can continue to walk but watch out for those uncovered drains. If you are not careful you might fall in and get yourself killed.

    thank you for your kind heart .i dont wish you or your family to fall in one..

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    While driving home I saw one unit of this car on the NPE in SJ. It is blue colour.

    The price of the full spec'ed variant has risen by 4k to 114k since its recent launch.

    The KIA twin of this car is the Niro. Same car with a different skin and interior. Hyundai own KIA.
    " In the land of the blind the one eyed jack is king."

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    This is the KIA Niro Hybrid. A pretty nice looking car.

    " In the land of the blind the one eyed jack is king."

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    Just got my Ioniq a week and a half ago. Took it to Penang on the fifth day. Below are the stats.

    Out-station (Combined Eco+Sport) = 51.8km/L [self monitored]
    In-station (Eco only) = 22.5km/L [on-board computer]

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    Quote Originally Posted by siewdanny View Post
    Just got my Ioniq a week and a half ago. Took it to Penang on the fifth day. Below are the stats.

    Out-station (Combined Eco+Sport) = 51.8km/L [self monitored]
    In-station (Eco only) = 22.5km/L [on-board computer]
    Congratulations to you.

    Which spec did you buy? There are two.

    Please update us on the quality of the car and after sales support.

    I am one who like to try new things and products.
    " In the land of the blind the one eyed jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by siewdanny View Post
    ..Out-station (Combined Eco+Sport) = 51.8km/L [self monitored]
    In-station (Eco only) = 22.5km/L [on-board computer]
    I think outstatoin is highway.. ?

    Your car fuel consumption is 3 times better than my car. Average km/liter on highway for mine is 15.

    Fuel consumption on city driving is mad..... around 10km/liter !!
    井蛙不可语于海 , 夏虫不可语于冰.

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    Which spec did you buy?
    >> I went for the full specs - RM117K

    Quality of the car
    >> Excellent handling (with 17" rim - of course lah)

    And after sales support
    >> Even after delivery the salesman is still in contact with me and updating me on the in-house briefing & presentation of the car. Checking with me if I need him to book service appointments. Still asking me to go for a test drive with their car to find out more about AEB (auto emergency braking) system so that I don't need to test this feature on my car. He is buying me lunch tomorrow

    I didn't experience all this when after I took delivery of my Altis. The Toyota salesman just brushed me off and asked me to contact service department on my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    I think outstatoin is highway.. ?

    Your car fuel consumption is 3 times better than my car. Average km/liter on highway for mine is 15.

    Fuel consumption on city driving is mad..... around 10km/liter !!
    Yes, out-station is highway.

    ok, maybe the way I drive is different, I try not to be aggressive. On the highway, I ease on the pedal when I need to pick up speed and try keeping it at 110 constant with cruise control. When driving around town, I will trigger the EV mode by easing off the pedal. So 50% of the time I am on EV.

    With my Altis, I get 14.5km/L on the highway and 12.5km/L around town.

    So this is huge savings for me. And the Ioniq will become my workhorse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siewdanny View Post
    Yes, out-station is highway.

    ok, maybe the way I drive is different, I try not to be aggressive. On the highway, I ease on the pedal when I need to pick up speed and try keeping it at 110 constant with cruise control. When driving around town, I will trigger the EV mode by easing off the pedal. So 50% of the time I am on EV.

    With my Altis, I get 14.5km/L on the highway and 12.5km/L around town.

    So this is huge savings for me. And the Ioniq will become my workhorse.
    New car is always petrol saver, my Pruis gets 600km for RM 70 city driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    New car is always petrol saver, my Pruis gets 600km for RM 70 city driving.
    I am waiting to see how far it can go before the low fuel indicator lights up. Now it's half tank and the meter has clocked 490km.

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    How much is full tank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    How much is full tank?
    45 liters

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    Hybrid vehicles are still evolving.

    Honda has dropped the IMA (integrated Motor Assist). Their new models adopts the Atkinson Cycle hybrid system (like Toyota and Hyundai) but with two electric motors instead of one.

    A future fully EV will have one electric motor driving each of the four wheels. Like someone elsewhere commented, this EV thing is a chicken and egg situation. The supporting infra or the sales numbers. Which should come first?
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    In a country like Japan, which have to import every single drop of oil, hybrid vehicles are popular. The Toyota Prius is the #1 selling hybrid car there.
    " In the land of the blind the one eyed jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    In a country like Japan, which have to import every single drop of oil, hybrid vehicles are popular. The Toyota Prius is the #1 selling hybrid car there.
    Toyota Prius is very popular in Europe as taxi,last Sunday BMW also display a lot of their hybrids in Sunway Pyramid. Ask about the price of the battery which guarantee 6 years , it cost RM30K.

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