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Dec 27, 2012 5:40PM
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Toyota builds the best cars in the world.
Dec 27, 2012 5:26PM
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What about a BMW, M6 .... it's only $103,000 and I'm not sure of the mileage. But if you have to worry about ga mileage then you shouldn't be buying a $100,000 car!!!
Dec 27, 2012 4:27PM
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What they NEVER mention about these wonderful "Gas-Sipping" models is that they rae DEATHTRAPS if they ever get hit by anything bigger than a cat!  I read all the time about the safety of these dinky toys, but whatn theyaren't telling you is that this rating if if YOU hit something.  They don't tell you what the survivability rating is if something hits you, like a full size pickup, or a 10 ton truck loaded with cinderblocks, because according to certain sources, cars like that stupid Fiat 500 and the idiotic Smart Car don't even HAVE a survivability rating if they are hit, because there ISN'T one.  So, buyers of these economic gas-sipping deathtraps; brag all you want to about the fantastic mileage you're getting, because you sure won't be able to tell anyone how safe they are in freeway collision!
Dec 27, 2012 3:48PM
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When it really snows , we pay extra for gas and buy somethig big, or a wrangler ,20mpg  works for me

 

Dec 27, 2012 3:15PM
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Where's teh Jeep? AWD Jeep Compass/Patriot 30mpg, some even "Trail Rated" This is a stupid list, made by stupid people.

 

 

Dec 27, 2012 2:56PM
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All this gas mileage is great but they are not family cars for traveling on road vacations.  Barely get a set of golfclubs in the back not to mention you're probably dead if you're in a bad accident.
Dec 27, 2012 2:44PM
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Charles is an idiot who hate all American products...TRAITOR is the word for an idiot like him...BUY AMERICAN and help the USA.....ever see an old Japanese work truck ?  I thought not.
Dec 27, 2012 2:38PM
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I drive the Subaru Impreza 2.0i sport hatchback myself with the auto and average 33 mpg. That is mixed highway/city 70 miles per day drive. I've drove it in 100 degree Alabama heat,  heavy rain down pours and snow in PA (while visitng family) and the car ran effortlessly. If your in the market for an awd with good gas mileage and nice interior/features for its segment, the Subaru Impreza 2.0i is it. This is my first ever Subaru and i've been nothing but impressed with the dealership when shopping for the car, the car itself and service department (scheduled maitenence). We've actually had a better overall experience with Subaru, then with the Toyota my wife has. And both of those brands are light years ahead of anything GM has offered us over the past 18 years (we owned nothing but GM until we bought a Toyota and Subaru).

 

Dec 27, 2012 2:32PM
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Seriously....not one of these can get better than 40 mpg.....shame on ALL of the car makers...
Dec 27, 2012 2:03PM
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Ahahahah the mini attacking any road conditions. wow. if you think this, prepare to get killed in your **** mini when the real weather hits. good luck. msn is the cosmopolitanism of news. no real research. just some noob making an article to fill a void. no truth.

mazda is ****. kia is ****. hyundai is ****. msn is ****. ford is supreme ****. did anyone from this staff even drive one of these cars? 

Acura mdx. i get 25 avg and own all road conditions.
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