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by Youngman from Ontario, Canada | December 10, 2011
This truck is an awesome first vehicle, I'm 17 and enjoy it. Small engine that takes a while to get up to speed and I think it is very bad for fuel. I paid like $30 CAN for 120km on my tank, which my gauge said was half. so I'm getting roughly about 250-300km a tank barely. The Inside looks really nice as well does the body. The looks and features are outstanding but the fuel economy and performance is not that great. I find that Its OK in town, I drove it on the HWY for an hour to go out of town and it did that ok. and that is when i had the best fuel consumption.