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Aura Hybrid: What a modern American Car Should Be

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JT64    0

strange that the same source pegs the regular 2.5L Altima at 8.3L/100km.

http://www6.autonet.ca/Spotlight/TestDrive...177200-sun.html

A hybrid burned more gas than a competing non-hybrid...

2007 Saturn Aura Green Line

Competition: Toyota Camry Hybrid, Nissan Altima Hybrid

Strengths: Value, looks, a solid car all around, the easy hybrid to get into

Weaknesses: Disappointing economy, ho-hum acceleration

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RJB    0

At least someone gets the Aura Hybrid. C&D wanted to wipe their asses with this car when it went up against the Altima and Camry hybrids.

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Cool, looks like a nice poduct.... fopr a Hybrid.

Still when I reaqd

What a modern American Car Should Be

I thought of this:

(which can get high-20s MPG on the highway)

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Cool, looks like a nice poduct.... fopr a Hybrid.

Still when I reaqd

I thought of this:

(which can get high-20s MPG on the highway)

I think the title was 'modern', not 1990s.. :)

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To me post-WWII is contemporary & post-1987 is modern. :)

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Cool, looks like a nice poduct.... fopr a Hybrid.

Still when I reaqd

I thought of this:

(which can get high-20s MPG on the highway)

Posted Image

lol, can't say I disagree ;).

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Since we're on the topic, I love that new Hybrid emblem, very snazzy.

It looks more upscale and refined than the Toyopet "~H"

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FAPTurbo    1,078

If the Aura is 'What a modern American Car Should Be' , then I think I'm going to buy used.

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regfootball    234

but you can buy a lot of those compact fluorescent lightbulbs for $4,700, maybe some new windows for your house, maybe a new furnace, a new set of high efficiency appliances, a new electric lawnmower ...

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