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Old 03-09-2019, 04:30 PM   #31
Rammx
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Default Re: Beijing Senova X65 & Weiwang S50

on the last service I reported this trouble but baic service told me that they don't find nothing on scan. I tested drive without air condition (one full tank), another with air condition the results have a little diferents (5 - 5.8 km x L) Driving slow

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Your thinking seems to be on the right track and here are a couple of discussions which do blame the air filter, O2 sensor, or fuel injectors.

https://www.carsdirect.com/car-buyin...ad-gas-mileage
See points 2, 3, and 4 suggested in the above link. Yours is a new car, so many of the other standard suggestions might not apply to your case.

Also read this Quora answer by "James Jones"; his remedies too sound like how you would have tackled the problem (K&N filter etc.).

https://www.quora.com/What-causes-high-fuel-consumption

From afar, there's not much more we can suggest. I hope you have been to the service center and they have acknowledged the problem.
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Old 03-09-2019, 04:40 PM   #32
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i purchased the X65 the las december (2018) have a few months working. I think that I considerable consumption can be between 7.5 to 8.5 no less, I remember that the sales man told me that the consumption was 13 km X Liter, well with 8 or 9 for me is ok.

I will report againd the trouble on the next service (for second time)

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If this vehicle was purchased from an authorized BAIC dealer, the vehicle should be covered under a comprehensive warranty. This is a new car and so the owner should not be burdened with finding a solution to the problem.
Once the dealer has verified the problem, then, with the help of the manufacturer, the dealer is accountable to restore the vehicle to the advertised fuel economy. This excessive fuel consumption problem can result in an excessive emission of pollutants, and may cause failure to pass emissions inspections by the local motor vehicle authority.
BAIC's reputation in the overseas market is at stake here.
If the dealer is not responsive to the customer's complaint, then the manufacturer should be contacted.
www.baicintl.com
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