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I own a 1998 Toyota RAV4 (bought new)which I've been very happy with and have begun researching a new vehicle. I plan to purchase in the next year or so. My top criteria are good fuel economy, AWD for snow/icey weather, contained space for two 60# dogs, reliability, price around 25,000 with some flexibility. I am looking at Toyotas or a Subarus so far, but ...
Hi, I will be purchasing a new car in the next 8 months and I am VERY interested in fuel economy and emissions. However, I need a car that is the size and type of the Porsche Cayenne, GMC Acadia or Range Rover. I would love to have a luxury car with great fuel economy and I don
Hi- In trying to "go green", I bought a brand new 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid (TCH)last June, advertised fuel economy of 40city/38 hwy mpgs. Unfortunately, my new car only gets from 24-28 mpg. The dealer says nothing is wrong with car and will not refund my $29,000. He suggested a used-car trade-in or Toyota arbitration. I feel deliberately defrauded since ...
I have am researching using hydrogen to help with fuel economy and trying to figure out if it really works. The site I have looked at the most is water4gas.com. I am getting 15 mpg on my Tahoe and trying to find something that will improve the mpg. Can you please help? Thank You
I just bought a new Toyota Camry and my owner manual recommends 0W20 for better fuel economy. Do I need to use the 0W20 engine oil or can I use 5W20? Does 0W20 really provide better fuel economy?
What Nissan models give the best fuel economy and seat six passengers?
I just bought a 2008 Honda Fit with 36,000 miles based on the fuel economy claimed by both the company and consumer's report. I traded in a V6 Honda Accord that got 21 miles to the gallon. I just went through my first tank of gas on the Fit - it got 22 miles per gallon. Is there any way I could get my money back based on false advertising? Or is there a ...

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