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Ratings – Honda CR-V’s fuel consumption, commendable score

The common knowledge about smaller capacity turbocharged engines is that they are fuel efficient. We’ve put the Honda CR-V 1.5 TC-P through the WapCar fuel consumption test to find out if it adheres to the norm.Powering the Honda CR-V is a turbocharged 1.5-litre 4-cylinder engine that makes 193 PS and 243 Nm of torque. In the 1.5 TC-P variant, drive goes to the front wheels via a CVT.Like in the Nissan X-Trail, the CVT allows the engine to spin at its optimum rev range to maximise fuel eff

Shaun

Shaun

May 22, 2020

VW Passat as efficient as Axia? Top 5 cars tested with lowest fuel consumption - WapCar Ratings

At WapCar.my, we put every car through the scrutiny of Ratings tests. Every aspect such as driving performance, fuel consumption, or even price and maintenance are evaluated accordingly. To date, we have sampled well over 40 cars and you can check out the full Ratings list here.In this article, well go through the top 5 cars with the lowest fuel consumption during our tests.Before we start, do note that our method of testing relies on the fuel station’s pump, which in turn relies on pressu

Shaun

Shaun

Apr 15, 2021

2020 Honda City 1.5L V - What's the real-world fuel consumption figure?

Powering the 2020 Honda City 1.5L V is a naturally aspirated 1.5-litre 4-cylinder DOHC i-VTEC engine that makes 121 PS and 145 Nm of torque. Drive goes to the front wheels via a CVT. Honda claims a fuel consumption figure of 5.4-litre/100 km, but what did it achieve in our fuel consumption test? Let’s find out.Our standard operating procedureWe have our own SOPs too, you know. First up, the tyre pressure was inflated to the manufacturers recommended specs of 230 kPa (cold tyres) for the fr

Shaun

Shaun

Jan 13, 2021

Testing: Honda Jazz 1.5L , a good B-segment car

The Honda Jazz 1.5L CVT is powered by the Earth Dreams Technology 4-cylinder engine.Its maximum output is 118 hp / 6600 rpm and the maximum torque is 155 Nm / 4600 rpm.Honda Jazz 0-100km/h Accelerated Test: 9.39sThe Honda Jazz CVT transmission allows a maximum starting speed of 2000 rpm, but after several attempts, it was found that releasing the brakes at the moment of the full accelerator pedal is the fastest way to get started. The moment of starting is still quite aggressive, although the ti

Wilson

Wilson

Jul 29, 2019

Ratings Comparison: Proton X70 vs Honda CR-V vs Mazda CX-5 - Fuel consumption

The Proton X70, Honda CR-V, and Mazda CX-5 feature turbocharged engines with different capacities at 1.8-litre, 1.5-litre and 2.5-litre respectively. And they weigh differently from each other as well. How do they fare in real-world driving? Let’s dig in. Facts and Figures   Proton X70 Premium (CBU) Honda CR-V 1.5 TC-P Mazda CX-5 Turbo Engine 1.8L 4-cyl turbo 1.5L 4-cyl turbo 2.5L 4-cyl turbo Transmission 6-speed AT CVT 6-speed AT Power

Shaun

Shaun

Jul 3, 2020

Honda Jazz 1.5L: light and fast

The Honda Jazz 1.5L CVT is powered by the Earth Dreams Technology 4-cylinder engine, which uses in-cylinder direct injection technology with a compression ratio of 11.5:1. Its maximum output is 118 hp / 6600 rpm and the maximum torque is 155 Nm / 4600 rpm.Honda Jazz's sitting posture is very low, and the seat is also very good. It is undoubtedly good news for driving enthusiasts. Despite this, the view inside the car is still very good, the windshield with large dip angle and the triangular

Wilson

Wilson

Jul 29, 2019

Pros and Cons: Honda Jazz – Still worth buying in 2020?

First introduced in Malaysia back in 2014 and subsequently receiving an update in 2017, the Honda Jazz is perhaps one of the oldest non-national B-segment hatchback on sale today.The GK5 Honda Jazz was launched in Malaysia back in 2014While it may not the newest model on sale, is it still worth your consideration in 2020?The facelifted Jazz was introduced in 2017Here’s a brief summary of what we like and what we don’t like about the Honda Jazz. The detailed review of the Honda Jazz c

Eric

Eric

Oct 25, 2020

What’s the Proton X50’s tested fuel consumption?

Proton claims the X50 returns a fuel consumption figure of 6.4-litre/100 km for the range-topping 1.5 TGDi Flagship variant. But what’s the real-world fuel consumption like? We tested the Proton X50 to find out.As per usual, all tyres were inflated according to the manufacturers recommended tyre pressure. Then the Proton X50’s 45-litre fuel tank was brimmed.Air-conditioning was set at 22 degrees Celsius in automatic mode. Driving behaviour was normal, without aggressive throttle inpu

Shaun

Shaun

Feb 15, 2021

2020 Proton X70 CKD fuel consumption test, 7.6L/100km possible?

The 2020 Proton X70 CKD is powered by a 1.8-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that produces 184 PS and 300 Nm of torque, mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT). Proton claims the X70 CKD returns 7.6-litre/100 km, so we put it to the test.All tyres were inflated according to the manufacturers recommended tyre pressure of 230 kPa (cold tyres) for all four tyres. Then the Proton X70’s 60-litre fuel tank was brimmed.Driving behaviour was as per a normal driver, accelerating and b

Shaun

Shaun

Feb 20, 2021

Is it true that the Proton X70 suffers from high fuel consumption?

Weighing nearly 1.7 tonnes for just a five-seater SUV, the Proton X70 is the heaviest C-segment SUV. Naturally, its fuel consumption is higher than the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5, or even Nissan X-Trail. But how much higher? Curiously, Proton doesn’t provide any official fuel consumption data for the Proton X70, which is powered by a turbocharged 1.8-litre direct injection engine.A similarly turbocharged but 1.5-litre Honda CR-V 1.5 TC-P has a claimed fuel consumption of 7.0-litre/100 km. The

Hans

Hans

Jan 7, 2020

Top 5 brand new fuel-efficient cars in Malaysia that aren’t Perodua

To most average Malaysians, one of the key factors in buying a car is good fuel economy and for a lot of them, the choice is obvious: Perodua. It’s a no-brainer really, they’re cheap but reliable and fuel-efficient.There’s no denying that Peroduas like the Bezza and Axia are the go-to choice for fuel-efficient automobiles but at WapCar, we want to stand out. Besides, what’s wrong with spreading out your options? With that out of the way, here are 5 brand new fuel-efficien

CY Foong

CY Foong

Aug 5, 2020

Proton X50 fuel consumption – 6.1L/100 km, over 730 km range

The Proton X50 will very likely be the national carmakers next model launch but dont expect it to appear in showrooms anytime soon.Proton X50 Engine SpecWe all know that the new compact crossover SUV will be based on the Geely Binyue and the Malaysian market will most certainly feature the 1.5-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine and 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.In China, the Binyue is offered with a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbo petrol but thats mated exclusively to a 6-speed manual tra

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Nov 18, 2019

Ratings Comparison: 2019 Toyota Yaris vs 2018 Honda Jazz vs 2020 Mazda 2 Hatchback

We’ve put the 2018 Honda Jazz, 2019 Toyota Yaris, as well as the 2020 Mazda 2 through the WapCar Ratings test and now let’s take a side-by-side look at all the aspects.Driving Performance - Winner goes to Mazda 2 Facts and Figures 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G 2018 Honda Jazz 1.5L V 2020 Mazda 2 1.5 Hatchback Engine 1.5L 4-cylinder NA 1.5L 4-cylinder NA 1.5L 4-cylinder NA Transmission CVT CVT 6-speed automatic Power 107 PS @ 6,000 rpm 120

Shaun

Shaun

Aug 30, 2020

Ratings: Nissan X-Trail 2.0L fuel consumption, slightly above average score

Nissan claims that the rated fuel consumption for the Nissan X-Trail 2.0L is 13.4km/litre, which translates to about 7.5 litres per 100 km. We put the Nissan X-Trail through our WapCar fuel consumption test and here are our results.To recap, the 2.0-litre engine naturally aspirated 4-cylinder engine produces 144 PS and 200 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the front wheels through a continuously variable transmission (CVT).The CVT keeps the engine operating at its optimum rev range to maximise fuel

Shaun

Shaun

Mar 25, 2020

Owner Review: Small, Spacious and Sporty –  7 Years with my Honda Jazz

** This article is the personal experience of a 2013 Honda Jazz Petrol CKD 1.5L i-VTEC owner and does not necessarily reflect the views of WapCar.Facebook: Daryl Matthew GomesAbout My CarFirst of all, I would like to thank WapCar for giving me a chance to do this write-up as I am a huge fan of car technology advancement and always try to stay up to date with the latest happenings in the automotive industry via their various social media platforms. Writing this review couldn’t have com

Owner Review

Owner Review

Jul 14, 2020

2019 Proton Persona 1.6L fuel consumption, 5.03L/100 km achievable?

During the Proton 1 Tank Adventure back in 2019, the lowest fuel consumption recorded in the 2019 Proton Persona 1.6L was 5.03-litre/100 km. However, the drivers were most definitely hypermiling the Persona with the air conditioning off and whatnot. We’ve tested it in normal conditions and here’s our result.As per our SOP (it has always been constant), all tyres were inflated according to the manufacturers recommended tyre pressure. Then the Proton Persona’s 40-litre fuel tank

Shaun

Shaun

Feb 27, 2021

How fuel efficient is the Toyota Yaris?

The 1.5-litre naturally aspirated heart of the 2019 Toyota Yaris is a familiar unit. The 2NR-FE engine is one that powers the Toyota Vios and has been in use since UMW Toyota gave the sedan an update in 2016. Back then, UMW claims that the new engine was an effort for better fuel efficiency, and the Yaris definitely proves itself to be a fuel sipping car. Mated to a CVT with seven sequential gears, the Yaris’ engine produces 107 PS and 140 Nm, 13 PS less than Honda Jazz. It&

Jerrica

Jerrica

Feb 10, 2020

Pros and Cons: Toyota Yaris – this over the Honda Jazz?

Fun fact: The Toyota Yaris shares the same engine as the Perodua Myvi 1.5L. In fact, both engines are made at the same Daihatsu Perodua Engine Manufacturing plant in Sendayan.Yes, the engines have different engine codes – 2NR-FE for the Toyota Yaris and 2NR-VE for the Perodua Myvi – but they are essentially the same aluminum block engines with slightly different tuning.The one fitted in the Toyota Yaris makes slightly more power, 107 PS and 140 Nm versus 103 PS and 136 Nm for the Myv

Hans

Hans

Oct 15, 2020

2019 Proton Saga 1.3L 4AT Has An Official Fuel Consumption Of 6.7L/100km

6.7L/100 km based on the NEDC cycle Unchanged from previous 1.3L CVT Significant improvement from the Saga BLM 4-AT2019 Proton Saga TransmissionThe recently launched Proton Saga facelift saw the reintroduction of the 4-speed torque converter automatic transmission replacing the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). In 2011, Proton was adamant that the CVT promised better fuel consumption and lower maintenance so the switch back to a conventional torque converter makes it appear that Proton

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Aug 22, 2019

Ratings: 2018 Honda Jazz 1.5L V - Excellent score in space and practicality, 170/250 overall

We put cars through the WapCar Ratings to evaluate their driving performance, ride comfort, build quality, features, interior space, practicality, and fuel consumption. In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at the 2018 Honda Jazz 1.5L V.Honda JazzDriving Performance - 31/50 pts, smooth transmission 2018 Honda Jazz 1.5L V - Facts and Figures Engine 1.5L 4-cylinder NA Transmission CVT Power 120 PS @ 6,600 rpm Torque 145 Nm @ 4,600 rpm Weight

Shaun

Shaun

Aug 1, 2020

Ratings: Mazda CX-5 2.5L Turbo fuel consumption, did not score very well but still acceptable

Mazda claims that their Mazda CX-5 2.5L Turbo AWD has a rated fuel consumption of 8.2 L/100 km but how realistic is it in the real world? We put the Mazda CX-5 2.5L Turbo AWD through our WapCar fuel consumption test and here are our results.The CX-5 2.5 Turbo AWD is powered by a 2.5-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder SkyActiv-G petrol engine paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission with all-wheel drive.The engine packs 230 PS and 420 Nm of torque which makes it the most powerful petrol-powered SUV

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Apr 23, 2020

Owner Review: Even better than the Honda Jazz? - Proton Iriz Owner Review

** This article is the personal experience of a 2016 Proton IRIZ 1.6 CVT Executive owner and does not necessarily reflect the views of WapCar.Mohamad Fazrul RizmanCar HuntingMy Proton Iriz story started in 2015, as my wife had been complaining about her current car at that time for far too many times. It was a Myvi 1.0 manual. Being a man that supposedly have more knowledge of cars, I thought she just complained because she just wants a new car. So we swap cars. I took her car and she took

Owner Review

Owner Review

Sep 11, 2020

Review: 2019 Honda Jazz facelift, king of practicality (still)

(2019 Honda Jazz V-variant Prices & Specs | Gallery)Think B-segment hatches and the 2019 Honda Jazz facelift will immediately come to mind as the most popular choice.And why not? Honda is already known for their class leading practicality and the cars are always packed to the brim with safety features and equipment.The latest generation Honda Jazz came to Malaysia in 2014. A Honda Jazz facelift came along in 2017 sporting a new grille, new rear bumper, and the addition of a 6.8-inch touchscr

Jerrica

Jerrica

Nov 22, 2019

Proton X70 1.8T 2WD fuel consumption, 7.5L/100 km possible only if you don't get stuck in traffic jams  – Ratings

Ever wondered what is the fuel consumption of the Proton X70 1.8T 2WD? We put Proton X70 through our WapCar fuel consumption test and here are our Proton X70 fuel consumption test results.The Proton X70 Premium 2WD sold in Malaysia is powered by a 1.8-litre turbocharged direct-injection 4-cylinder petrol engine linked to a 6-speed automatic transmission.A conventional 6-speed automatic and turbocharged engine is not the most ideal combination for fuel economy. The Proton X70s 1,695 kg kerb weigh

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Jan 23, 2020

2021 Toyota Yaris vs Honda Jazz - Ageing Jazz still worth buying?

Set to launch at the end of 2020, the facelifted Toyota Yaris is already generating tremendous interest among new car buyers. Available in three colours, the facelifted Yaris sports a more aggressive bumper with the black accents now extending to the grill. As of most Toyota-Honda rivalry, this segment sees the Toyota Yaris going up against the Honda Jazz.How do they stack up against each other? Let’s a have a showdown of these two B-segment hatchbacks.Price - The Jazz is cheaperPrices of

Arif

Arif

Nov 3, 2020

Perodua Ativa (D55L) fuel consumption, lower than Proton X50 & Aruz, up to 680 km per tank

The 2021 Perodua Ativa (D55L) SUV is now open for booking and Perodua has very graciously announced the preliminary specification of their latest Proton X50 competitor.One of the details that they’ve announced is the powertrain. The Ativa will be powered by the 1KR-VET 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbo petrol paired to a CVT automatic just like the Toyota Raize and Daihatsu Rocky.While Perodua did not disclose the output figures of their Ativa just yet, in Japan this engine makes 98 PS and 140 Nm

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Feb 20, 2021

The all-new 2020 Honda Jazz hybrid doesn’t have a gearbox, no gearbox problems ever!

The all-new fourth generation Honda Jazz will go on sale in Japan in February 2020. The model is known in Japan as the Honda Fit. Introduction of the all-new Honda Jazz in Malaysia is still some years away, but it will certainly reach here, probably by around 2021, mostly due to additional lead time required for local assembly. For Europe and Japan, the all-new Jazz will be sold only as a hybrid but unlike the outgoing model, it won’t use the single motor i-DCD (Intelligent Dual

Hans

Hans

Oct 30, 2019

Honda Jazz Hybrid And Honda City Hybrid – Here's What You Need To Know

Introduced 2 years ago, the Honda City Hybrid and Honda Jazz Hybrid are Honda Malaysias answer to affordable, mass market hybrid models.Malaysia is the only country in the world to locally-assemble and sell the Honda Jazz Hybrid and Honda City Hybrid.Honda City Hybrid Specifications Engine: 1.5-litre, naturally-aspirated, port injection, i-VTEC Power: 138 PS (combined system output) Torque: 170 Nm (combined system output) Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, front-wheel drive Safety: 4 a

Jack

Jack

Aug 28, 2019

All-new 2020 Nissan Almera fuel consumption, over 800 km range per full tank?

The all-new 2020 Nissan Almera (N18) just made its ASEAN debut with Thailand market had the honour to host the regional premiere.All-new 2020 Nissan Almera EngineSharp styling and abundant features aside, the fourth generation Nissan Almera is now equipped with an advanced HRA0 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine and an Xtronic CVT automatic. The turbo mill makes 100 PS and 152 Nm of torque to drive the front wheels.All-new 2020 Nissan Almera Fuel TankWhile the powertrain and equipme

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Nov 15, 2019

Honda City vs Nissan Almera vs Toyota Vios: Which B-segment in Malaysia offers the best fuel economy?

With claimed fuel consumption for all these newly-introduced B-segment sedans hovering below the 6-litre/100 km mark (2020 Toyota Vios: 5.8-litre/100 km, 2020 Honda City: 5.4-litre/100 km, 2020 Nissan Almera: 5.4-litre/100 km), which one of these non-national B-segment sedans will offer the best fuel consumption under real-world conditions? Fuel Economy (Claimed, L/100 km) Nissan Almera 5.4 Toyota Vios 5.8 Honda City 5.4 To find out, we pitted all three models thro

Eric

Eric

Dec 17, 2020