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I was wondering whether this is normal for all pajeros  or just for me. Mine is a 2012 model 3.5L , 90k kms driven

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If you are driving within the city, this would be the mileage. If cruising on the highway at around 100 kmph you will get about 8 - 8.5 km/l

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1 hour ago, Srikumar said:

If you are driving within the city, this would be the mileage. If cruising on the highway at around 100 kmph you will get about 8 - 8.5 km/l

That seems right as my 4.0 prado is 7Km/litre average (urban+highway) in winters. Slightly less when returning from the desert ofcourse and during summers due to more AC usage. So may go down to 6K/ltr.

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4 hours ago, Boney John said:

I was wondering whether this is normal for all pajeros  or just for me. Mine is a 2012 model 3.5L , 90k kms driven

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My 2008 3.7 Cherokee gives about 6.5KMPL combined highway and City. (excluding the desert drives)

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On 11/27/2019 at 5:39 AM, Boney John said:

I was wondering whether this is normal for all pajeros  or just for me. Mine is a 2012 model 3.5L , 90k kms driven

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Fuel economy can vary for a number of reasons. 

Like the others have mentioned, city and highway make a difference. 

Check your tire pressure too, under or over inflated tires can effect the mileage, also, I have seen a lot of people here keep there cars idling for extended periods. If you are checking this only for the last 90 km, 5 minutes of idling will drop at least .2 on your economy. 

Check it a couple times over 500km intervals. 

 

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