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2 hours ago, KalpaZ said:

Whats the best octane type for civic 1.0L?

Only can use Octane 95 cannot use. (Euro4 standard) (This is for Europe Version, UK). 

It's clearly mentioned inside the Fuel open area.

 

Believe Japan model, which is directly import through Local dealer (Stafford Motors) can use Octane 92. 

Better to check with dealer.

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7 hours ago, Damien79 said:

Only can use Octane 95 cannot use. (Euro4 standard) (This is for Europe Version, UK). 

It's clearly mentioned inside the Fuel open area.

 

Believe Japan model, which is directly import through Local dealer (Stafford Motors) can use Octane 92. 

Better to check with dealer.

Only European market get the 1.0 L Hondas,  Agent brings down 1.5 L and 1.6L both will run on 92

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On 7/20/2019 at 9:45 AM, KalpaZ said:

Whats the best octane type for the civic sedan 1.0L?

If your car from Europe version, you must use ) Octane 95. It's already mentioned inside the fuel cap.

You cannot use Octane 92.

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On 7/20/2019 at 7:26 PM, kush said:

Only European market get the 1.0 L Hondas,  Agent brings down 1.5 L and 1.6L both will run on 92

Correct. If Agent (Stafford Motors) bring down cars can run with 92 Octane. Same sedan Stafford quote me 89 lacks Rs.. ?

 

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On 7/23/2019 at 5:11 PM, Damien79 said:

If your car from Europe version, you must use ) Octane 95. It's already mentioned inside the fuel cap.

You cannot use Octane 92.

Correct - but actually this has got nothing to do with the Market (Europe/Non Europe) : to put it simply the 1.0L engine requires 95 OCT since it's a high compression engine. The 1.5 Would not. It's a matter of engine and not version/region. 

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Engine capacity/ compression/ Octane rating/ power out put/ turbo / naturally aspirated will only have partial dependency on the fuel requirement.

It is the sate of tune of the engine by the manufacturer, you have to go by their commendation.

Even a 2.0 L naturally aspirated engine may need 95 octane based on the state of tune.

 

 

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I have 2019 Honda Civic sedan. I drove from Gampaha to Badalla during Rush Hour through candy, and the fuel consumption was 17 kilometers per liter. Its does up to 22 km per litre on highway easily. 

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