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    L/100km

    Hello guys! I have a 2010 sx4 AWD with regular 2L engine and manual transmission and I feel like recently, fuel consumption went Up. If I believe the data available on the dash, its 13.2L/100km (100% of those data collected in the busy streets of Montréal) could it only be because of winter tires and using the 4x4 auto all the time? I feel like its a lot for such a small car, even if AWD...

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    Check your calipers, one might be pressing the brake pads against a rotor.
    SX4 2007 AWD Manual
    Kizashi 2011 AWD CVT

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    Will Do!

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    The fuel consumption display is switched to km / liter?
    13.2 km / l = 7.58 l / 100km.
    SX4 4x4 Special Edition, petrol 1.6 VVT 88 kW, 5 speed manual, year 2014.
    I'm sorry. I do not understand English.

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    The fuel consumption display is switched to km / liter?
    13.2 km / l = 7.58 l / 100km.
    SX4 4x4 Special Edition, petrol 1.6 VVT 88 kW, 5 speed manual, year 2014.
    I'm sorry. I do not understand English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraken View Post
    Hello guys! I have a 2010 sx4 AWD with regular 2L engine and manual transmission and I feel like recently, fuel consumption went Up. If I believe the data available on the dash, its 13.2L/100km (100% of those data collected in the busy streets of Montréal) could it only be because of winter tires and using the 4x4 auto all the time? I feel like its a lot for such a small car, even if AWD...
    NOrmal in winter, city driving, short distance. It does not matter 4x4 auto or left on 2WD....all the components (rear differnetial, driving shaft...) are kept in rotation all the time. It is not like true "traditional" 4x4 with uncoupling hubs at the wheels that cut off the components . With all modern AWD, all components are always kept in rotation with their drag .
    2011 sx4 JX AWD CVT 37000km(Oct2019) Also drives 2015 KIA Sorento AWD 2.4

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