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i honestly thought these hybrids would reduce the fuel consumption to those who NEED THE USE of an suv... I heard Chryslers will still put out orders for those who want to buy one, however, in the future when owners need parts or maintainence who are they going to turn to in the end? It seems the price of this suv is in the same price league as the highlander hybrid, even though it seems that your getting more towing capacity and space with the aspen/durango twins...
tis a shame really, really liked the truck look than the crossover look.
i got around 20 km a liter when i drove a civic 5 spd using advanced hypermiler techniques
and now I drive a salvage nwh20 prius that gets almost to 25 km/l with 195,000 km to date. (retired)
1997 BMW 318IS with m44 engine (1.9 liters > 130 horsepower on 91 octane, capable of 30 mpg highway)