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Derek77

2007 FUEL ECONOMY GUIDE

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Media bias?

MSNBC report

Small car Honda Civic Hybrid 49 51

Famly sedan Toyota Prius 60 51

Large sedan Toyota Avalon 22 31

Sports car Mazda MX-5 25 30

Station wagon Pontiac Vibe 30 36

Pickup truck Ford Ranger Pickup 2WD 24 29

SUV Ford Escape Hybrid FWD 36 31

Minivan Dodge Caravan 2WD 20 26

when clearly listed on the fuel efficiency by car class page you have

Best Large car Hyundai Sonata automatic ................24/33

Best Small Wagon Honda Fit .manual ....33/38...... automatic...31/38

Best Midsized wagon Ford Focus Station Wagon .. manual .....27/37.. automatic ...27/34

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...she said, from the lofty throne of an Avalanche... :o :AH-HA_wink:

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My question is whether or not the MPG figures for Toyota's 3.5L V-6 are accurate. GM's 3.6L V-6 appears to match Honda's 3.0L V-6 on MPG. Toyota may be benefiting from Direct Injection. GM should develop DI across the board including 4 cylinders.

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Toyota's 3.5 only has direct injection in the Lexus IS350 and GS350. GM has DI versions of the 2.0 Turbo, the 2.2 (in Europe) and will add the 3.6 DI next year. There are also 1.9, 2.2 and 3.2 L DI (all dual-CVVT) engines built for Alfa Romeo.

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