Wait, were we not supposed to be serious?
Hmm. Odd. Fixed!
Yes! That was me.
It’ll be fine! It’s got an inline six! (right?)
It’s my summer daily driver.
Was definitely expecting a “but.”
There were few things he could have said to talk me out of it, true.
What does the post office do when you bring them mail?
They send it.
Honestly, I’m not even sure.
If I keep driving it, I’ll be right there with you in no-time.
Though I did recently upgrade the driver’s cushion from a pillow in a white plastic bag to a foam dog bed folded up in a heavy-duty black trash bag.
I’ll be honest: I dig the first-gen Durango.
Worth noting: There’s also a 2.2-liter diesel offered in the Euro-spec CX-5 that makes about 173 horsepower and over 310 lb-ft of torque.
So hopefully the U.S.-spec model sees figures closer to those.
I drove a Mazda6 Wagon with a 2.2-liter diesel through Europe last year, and I scored about 37 MPG highway.
That was a Euro-spec motor (the U.S. has much more stringent emissions regs) in a car with a (almost certainly) more efficient aerodynamic profile.
So these numbers aren’t surprising to me. (Even though my…
A solid point. Here’s a story I wrote a while back describing how this all works. The EPA does audit some cars (10-15 percent is what I’ve heard—I wouldn’t be surprised if the figure were higher on diesels post-dieselgate), but yes, the testing is generally on the automakers.
plz check your email.
You got it.
Come on by whenever. But leave your axe or other possible murder weapons at home, if possible.
Fronts are cheaper than rears on the Olds.
Yeah, it makes no sense.