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Commented On: Kei Cars: Japan's Tiny (But Often High-Tech) Minicars


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A nice article about kei car regs, the market, new entries etc. but nothing about the actual car engine, placement, details transmission wise and most importantly...gas mileage.(diesel gas offerings?) not to mention prices safety features and possibility of imports that fulfill safety requirements.

Commented On: Two Years In A Chevy Volt: 12,000 Miles, 26 Gallons Of Gas


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When all is said and done, on a dollar per mile basis, it will be the most expensive car he has ever operated.

Commented On: 2012 Toyota Prius C Manual Leaked: Here’s What It Tells Us


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The design and load parameters are keeping within the mission of the car...a good city car with long range highway capabilities, excellent mileage, proven technology, quality and a low price.

If you need more, why bother with negative comments about a simply stunning solution from Toyota?

Commented On: Cars Getting Long In The Tooth: Average Age Is 11 Years


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The average age of my cars is 14.4 years. My first car, a Ford 1929 Model A was 25 years old when I bought it. It still ran and drove, albeit shakily...however cars nowadays are good for 20 to 30 years with some judicious upkeep. People tend to sell cars that have a lot of life left, just selling for appearances and vanity. A new engine or transmission and some major maintenance can extend the life of a car by 10 years.

Commented On: 2013 Ford Fusion: High-MPG Engines, Hybrid, Plug-In (Video)


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Ford will never catch up with Toyota...thasafact

Commented On: 2013 Ford Fusion: High-MPG Engines, Hybrid, Plug-In (Video)


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@John Briggs...this is more an article pumping Fusion than anything else.

Commented On: 2013 Ford Fusion: High-MPG Engines, Hybrid, Plug-In (Video)


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"That car may achieve as much as 47 mpg on the EPA combined cycle, though as always, we'll wait for the final figures to be released."

But you didn't wait.

Commented On: When Does a 2011 Chevy Volt Save You Money? Consumer Reports Answers


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Thats a trick question. Anyone with a calculator will tell you a VOLT will never save you money.

Commented On: Matt Drudge's Idiotic, Uninformed War Against The Chevy Volt


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I also read a GM press release stating that they "hadn't implemented an effective media plan" for the new VOLT...as an excuse for lack of sales.

They also have instructed dealers to sell their demos.

Next comes a phasing out of the 2012 production...don't you guys read the news? or is it just GM press releases you read?

Commented On: Matt Drudge's Idiotic, Uninformed War Against The Chevy Volt


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"GM closed October with a stockpile of 3,086 Volts, up from 2,443 in the previous month, according to WardsAuto data. In August, that number stood at 1,316 units and at 226 in July, when a model-year changeover suspended production of the Volt for several weeks."

Lets see, at sales averaging aprox. 600/mo. that comes to a 137 day inventory at the end of October...sounds right to me. The VOLT is NOT selling.

You folks scream and holler about picayune and petty things such as urls, spelling and grammatical errors....just to defray the negativity that VOLT attracts.

This car is headed for an obscure place in history.

You want hybrid? You want economy" You want value for your money? Check out the new "Prius c" at $19,000 and 53+ mpg...
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