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better mileage than a Prius
by Does from I-70 | July 8, 2007
Take off in third gear, accerlate to 60 and into fifth for impressing the locals. Because this car is a car for subdued luxury but profound impressiveness.
With the lack of off the stop get up most cars have. The combination of style and effencies that this car owns can only be the way of the future, discribed by early twenthy-century auto-inventors, "Does what a car Should Do.",
between stop lights and on-ramps
prefroms like a .....