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Ford feels technology is key to its resurgence

Rick DeMeis
10/19/2010 09:16 PM EDT

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re: Ford feels technology is key to its resurgence
Quickbadger   11/16/2010 2:21:10 PM
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I have had 27mpg on highway drives in my 2008 Charger Daytona with the 5.7L HEMI (multi displacement). Good milage doesn't have to small uninspired cars; you can still have style and performance.

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daveismissing   11/3/2010 4:26:03 PM
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I just returned from a lengthy road trip in my 1987 Buick Grand National. Reasonably comparable vehicles for their respective era(s). 22MPG over 1500 miles. Not much progress on that front in 23 years.

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