bahan bakar suzuki new swift
Scuto Laminating HD Car Care

25 Mei 2016 - Payment System Terbaru Untuk Bursa Jual Beli telah kami hadirkan.
Untuk informasi lebih lengkap dapat dilihat di http://modifika.si/630917

Page 1 of 4 1234 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 33
  • Thread Tools
  • Short URL:  http://modifika.si/399
  • Share on facebook
  • Share on twitter
  1. #1
    iin_dl
    Guest

    bahan bakar suzuki new swift

    ada yang tau suzuki swift bahan bakarnya pertamax atau premium? kata org suzuki pertamax, tapi di majlah autobild dibilangnya premium. ada hubungan dengan rasio kompresi ga sih? swift 1:9.5, katanya kalo segini masih bisa pake premium? aduh maaf masih ga ngerti apa2 soal boil. mohon petuahnya..trims.

  2. Rekeningku.com
  3. #2
    satyr
    Guest
    liat aja di manual book nya om...

  4. #3
    iin_dl
    Guest
    boilnya indent, pertama dateng bulan oktober.. hehe..

  5. #4
    satyr
    Guest
    oh kalo gitu santai aja om...blon dateng ini...

  6. #5
    Letnan Kolonel
    Location
    Black Owl
    Posts
    5,390
    Power
    12 
    M-Store Point
    0
    Online
    1 Wk 2 Days 10 Hrs 7 Mins 40 Secs
    Kompresi 1:9.5 premium masih bisa koq... cuma dah diambang batas banget tuh...
    Tau sendiri kan kualitas premium di indo bagaimana... kalo dapet yang oplosannya parah, wuiiih...
    Drifting is just too easy... too easy...
    Nothing to be proud of...

  7. #6
    iin_dl
    Guest
    hehe.. namanya penasaran..kenapa di autobild dicantumin bisa pake premium..mudah2an emang bisa beneran...

  8. #7
    iin_dl
    Guest
    reviewnya ada disini kalo ada yang ingin tau. hehe:

    http://autoweb.drive.com.au/cms/A_2548/article.html

    Wow, what a great little car.

    Suzuki might have fallen off the radar in Australia during recent years but the all-new Swift looks certain to mark its return. This is a car with a breakthrough feel to it.

    The first aspect of the Swift that strikes you is its appearance. With obvious design cues from the current Mini and various other European cars, this is a 5-door hatchback that looks much more up-market that its price tag would suggest. The lines are clean and bold and the high waistline is copied straight from prestige manufacturers. The Swift S version (as tested) also brings fog lights and attractive 15 inch alloy wheels. It’s a car with terrific showroom appeal.

    And those good vibes keep coming when you venture onto the bitumen.


    The Swift feels and drives like a larger car. With a relatively long wheelbase and wide track, the Swift is stable and surefooted. Suzuki has also managed to squeeze in plenty of suspension travel so the ride is always compliant – it very rarely reaches its limit and bottoms out. The cabin, too, is stiff and the light-closing doors shut with a quiet thunk.


    Under the bonnet is a 1.5 litre engine, similar to that found in the go-fast Suzuki Ignis Sport. Coded M15A, this 4-cylinder boasts a DOHC, 16 valve head with VVT and generates 75kW at 6000 rpm and 133Nm at 4000 rpm. Note that the S version has no more power than the entry-level Swift. The engine feels a bit sluggish below 4000 rpm, but get it spinning and it’s a willing performer – this is an engine with plenty of character.

    The standard gearbox is a 5-speed manual. Overall, it’s a decent gearbox, but it does have a relatively heavy shift action and excessive gear noise. The clutch also takes some getting used to. It engages a long way off the floor and lacks progression - we stalled the engine more times than we care to admit...


    Weighing just over 1000kg, the Swift S 5-speed is easy to accelerate off the line and has no problem keeping up with traffic. We easily matched Suzuki’s claim of 10.0 second 0 – 100 km/h performance.

    In mainly urban conditions, our test Swift returned around 8 litres per 100km fuel consumption – average for the size of the car. We would expect a slightly better figure given more sedate driving.

    But, if you’re anything like us, you won’t be bothered about driving to achieve optimal fuel consumption – this is a car that begs to be driven. In fact, the harder you drive it, the more you’ll enjoy it.


    Partly thanks to its generous track and wheelbase dimensions, the new Swift is very stable during cornering. Turn-in is linear and intuitive (no need for last-minute corrections) and you can hold your intended cornering line without concern. Lift off the throttle during cornering and the rear-end gently transitions into oversteer – but only given plenty of corner speed and dynamic weight transfer. Outright grip levels are exceptionally high from the standard 185/60 15 Bridgestone Potenza RE080s.

    Our only criticism is the slight jumpiness of the torsion beam rear axle - yes, the Swift gets a beam axle together with MacPherson front struts. The damping is also a tad too soft for eager driving.

    The Swift’s power-assisted rack and pinion steering is responsive, linear and well weighted. This wonderful steering helps ‘make’ the on-road feel of the car. The brakes use an interesting combination of old and new technology. Ventilated discs are fitted to the front, but the rear receives old-fashioned drums. These contrast with the ABS, EBD and brake assist systems, which give excellent stopping power and control.

    Inside, the Swift exudes the air of more expensive car.


    The cabin is decked out with surprisingly high quality trims and materials and everything follows a clear, logical design – there’s nothing gimmicky. The main instruments – speedo, tacho, fuel and temp gauges – are traditional style gauges while there’s a centre LCD display for time, ambient temperature and instantaneous fuel consumption. It all works very well.

    All Australian-spec Swifts are equipped with standard air conditioning, dual airbags, electric windows, 6 speaker CD/tuner and a quality leather steering wheel - there are even audio controls on the steering wheel, though these don’t have any night-time illumination. The quality of the sound system is impressive, though the rear speakers sound muddy when biased in that direction. The Swift S adds front and rear curtain airbags and seat-mounted side airbags for a total of 8 airbags. Impressive.

    Interior space is generous for front and rear passengers. Head, knee and foot space are very good, although there isn’t enough space for the driver to rest their left foot. Some passengers also commented the rear backrest is too upright.

    Unfortunately, some people might struggle with the relatively limited cargo area - the Swift can’t swallow a weekly shopping load without utilising a hook on the back of the front passenger seat and filling the rear foot wells. The 60/40 split backrest folds forward and the seat base tumbles forward to create a reasonably large cargo floor. However, it must be said that the rear seat tumble design is not as polished as, say, a Mazda 2 or Honda Jazz.

    But, then, the Suzuki isn’t as expensive...


    The base Swift retails from just AUD$15,990 and the S version with alloys, extra airbags and fog lights (as tested) checks in at AUD$17,990. If you can afford it, we reckon you’d be silly not to opt for the S version.

    This AUD$17,990 figure compares very well with its rivals – some of which become quite expensive when you start adding extra airbags and other optional features.

    Interestingly, Suzuki seems to have spent a lot of time focussing on the build quality of ‘regular traffic’ areas of the Swift – the areas that most drivers would notice during their day to day use. The switchgear, handles, door closing and touch surfaces (such as the steering wheel and gear knob) are very well finished. But dig a bit further and you’ll see this quality doesn’t extend throughout the vehicle. The bonnet release lever feels cheap, as does the bonnet support, there’s no grab handle for the false floor in the cargo area and we question the durability of the plastic window surrounds. Our test car also had an annoying rattle from the passenger side B pillar.

    Suzuki presently offers a 3 year/100,000km warranty on its vehicles, which falls short of some other manufacturers. We’d like to see an extended transferable warranty (to help maintain resale value) and then we’d be 100 percent confident recommending the Swift S to anyone.

    But, even as it stands, this really is a must-drive.

    Where’s the GTi Version?
    With a great little new Swift in the Suzuki stable, you may be wondering where the go-fast GTi version is hiding...

    Well, our research reveals that the M15A engine fitted to local models is already the most potent engine currently in the worldwide line-up. Other markets also receive the base 1.3 litre non-VVT version. Note, however, the M15A engine is tuned to deliver 83kW and 143Nm in the Ignis Sport (an extra 8kW and 10Nm) when running 98 RON fuel. It is possible that similar upgrades will be carried over to create a swifter Swift.


    You might also be interested that there’s a 3-door version being sold overseas, as well as a 4WD, direct-injection turbo diesel and an ‘automated 5 speed manual’...

    We’re seeing only the tip of the iceberg!

  9. #8
    Letnan Dua
    Location
    Jakarta hampir coret
    Posts
    1,079
    Power
    M-Store Point
    0
    Online
    1 Day 1 Hr 39 Mins 42 Secs
    mesinnya kan sama kayak mesin baleno.setau gw baleno pake premium.soalnya kompresi 1:9,5 menurut gw masi bisa pake premium.tapi klo emang di mesinnya udah pake lambda sensor dan catalytic converter, mau gak mau harus mau minum pertamax.atau mungkin yang plus. liat aja di manual book nya nanti, recommended oktan nya berapa.

    tp baca deh artikel yang lo post.

    "Note, however, the M15A engine is tuned to deliver 83kW and 143Nm in the Ignis Sport (an extra 8kW and 10Nm) when running 98 RON fuel."

    kayaknya mesti pertamax plus deh....
    *=-BoDat sPeeD-=*

  10. #9
    satyr
    Guest
    itu kan di luar negeri om.blom tentu sama lah ama di indo. lagian RON 98..:lol: P.plus aja "teoritis" cuma RON 95

  11. #10
    Letnan Satu
    Location
    diSkoTiK (di sisi kota saeutik)
    Posts
    1,868
    Power
    M-Store Point
    0
    Online
    N/A
    Kl bisa minum premium sih pake premium aja, lagian di sini bbm blon bener2 bebas timbal khan?

 

 
Page 1 of 4 1234 LastLast
MBtech Venom 300x250

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. SUZUKI ALL NEW SWIFT GX BLACK CUPU
    By RizkyWildan in forum Suzuki
    Replies: 21
    Last Post: 23rd January 2014, 06:54
  2. Tentang Suzuki Swift GT3 dan All New Swift
    By rizkyaditya in forum Diskusi Otomotif Lain-Lainnya
    Replies: 12
    Last Post: 25th October 2013, 02:45
  3. Rekomendasi Bahan Bakar Untuk All New CRV'09 km 18.500
    By driesies in forum Diskusi Otomotif Lain-Lainnya
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: 12th December 2012, 10:14
  4. one and only: SZ4 emblem for suzuki swift, new swift, splash
    By ngx in forum Jual Beli Interior & Aksesoris Lainnya
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 14th November 2012, 07:06
  5. Snapshot : Suzuki New Swift
    By ddmotorsport in forum Automotive
    Replies: 30
    Last Post: 22nd February 2012, 18:42
Back to top