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matt41

A 50.4 MPG Saab 9-3 Sedan?!

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IIRC, euro mpg =/= us mpg

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Technology like this is what will let us have our cake and eat it too.

That is unless GME hides the cake from us in the first place.

Maybe we should declare war on Europe... What the hell, I'll sign up!

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Technology like this is what will let us have our cake and eat it too.

That is unless GME hides the cake from us in the first place.

Maybe we should declare war on Europe... What the hell, I'll sign up!

Technology like this is what will make SAAB (part of GME) a more viable brand in the US and the world over. I'm sure the technology will get here, but just not shared corporate-wide as we'd like.

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Hopefully this engine can be meet the 50 state emissions and make it to all the Epsilon cars.

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That's about 30 city/39 highway '08 EPA. Divide the UK "urban" figure by 1.25 for US city, and divide the UK "extra urban" by 1.6 for US highway.

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Happy 500th post!

IIRC the TTid will get XWD later this year. That will hurt mileage but it will make the car driveable at insane speeds in not-so-good weather :yes:

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I.

WANT.

ONE.

NOW.

IT.

WOULD.

BE.

PERFECTION.

ON.

WHEELS.

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The stickers on Canadian car windows are in L/100km and mpg - but the mpg are the Imperial type (since Canada used this before going to Metric in 1977).

Makes the sticker on the really efficient cars seem that much more impressive.

Manual 2.2L Cobalt in Imperial MPG: 31/48

Manual Yaris: 41/51

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