Now every family has bought cars. There are many brands of cars for us to choose from. Geely Automobile is a powerful car, so it has also become the first choice for many young people. Geely Automobile has many models, such as Dihao GL, Dihao, Dihao GS and so on. Many cars bought Geely report high fuel consumption. Let's take a look.
According to the user's reaction, the fuel consumption of Geely new Dihao is indeed a little high, including
The fuel consumption range of 1.5L (5-gear manual) is 6.83 ~ 8.79, and the average fuel consumption is 7.81. A total of 16404 riders participated in the evaluation.
1.5L (CVT continuously variable transmission), fuel consumption range 7.61 ~ 9.94, draw fuel consumption 8.77, 10784 riders participated in the evaluation.
Why does Dihao 1.5L (continuously variable transmission) version cost more fuel than manual version?
The reason is that the automatic transmission first cancels the manual clutch, and then the transmission mechanism mainly depends on hydraulic pressure, that is, transmission oil, to control the operation of relevant clutches and brakes to make the corresponding shift actuator work. The manual gear is separated or combined with the corresponding shift gear by using the mechanical linkage mechanism. In addition, the manual transmission is mainly directly and rigidly connected with the shift elements, and the transmission is direct enough. Basically, it is driven by external meshing gears. The automatic transmission needs to be controlled by oil pressure signal, which is combined with hydraulic pressure and consumes a lot of oil.
Fundamentally, manual transmission models with high driving skills are actually the most fuel-efficient. The automatic transmission with poor shift logic is more fuel consuming. CVT transmission stands out in this comparison, and the fuel consumption is not much different from that of manual transmission models.
What are the factors affecting fuel consumption?
The fuel consumption will naturally be affected under different road conditions and different engine speeds. For example, the natural fuel consumption of roads with poor road conditions or frequent congestion is high, the economic speed is 2000-4000 rpm, and the economic speed is 60-90km / h. therefore, the fuel consumption of vehicles running at high speed is naturally lower than that of vehicles running in urban areas.
Although the fuel consumption of the vehicle itself is a foregone conclusion, a large part of the additional fuel consumption is determined by the driver's driving habits. First, it is not necessary to consider whether the fuel consumption of the vehicle is a false standard, but to eliminate the fault of the vehicle itself and call out the average speed to find the problem! In addition, the car's own fuel consumption meter can only be used as a reference!