Maybe its Nissan's way of saying slow down live longer .. and save gas
Last edited by Antruby; 06-15-2014 at 12:19 PM.
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I love this fantastic Micra. Love the ride. Love the colour. Love the size. Love the light in the hatchback. Love the bluetooth. Love the fact the rear windows go all the way down. Love the headlights that someone took time to aim in the right places. Love the fuel filler being on the drivers side. Love that the fuel filler door locks from inside the car. (No need for key.) Love the stainless steel license bolts put on by dealer.
I usually run the tire mfg's max pressure, which on my base model car is 40psi.
All of which reminds me that I have not checked the tire pressure yet!
Steel belted radial tires do not balloon with pressure really (I'm sure they move a tiny bit, but its not noticable), the steel belting holds their form and diameter very well. Older bias ply tires certainly did balloon out. Tire pressure shouldn't have an effect on tire diameter / odometer / speed readings.
Hi everyone...i was curious from this posting therefore I had to check it out myself and we did!!! i got my friend to take a picture and scan it through obd II to see the difference, hence you see in the pictures that it is off. I would like to hear from everyone their inputs on this situation.
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Last edited by hyedegha; 06-29-2014 at 01:47 AM.
GPS can vary quite wildly depending on a few things, namely a clear view of the sky.
On some cars, the ECU takes the reading from the ABS module at each tire and then the average out of the 4. Some cars use a sensor at the transmission. Older jeeps have a gear that spins in the xfer case If I remember right.
View my fuel log 2015 Micra S automatic: 7.9 L/100 km ... 35.7 mpg (Imp) ... 12.6 km/L ... 29.7 mpg (US) ...