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Old 06-29-2006, 04:46 AM
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The boxy look is going to be short lived since Federal law has raised the minimum MPG and people are going to demand more aerodynamic/fuel efficient vehicles in face of fuel prices....

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too bad aerodynamics have nothing to do with the tests for gas mileage since they run them on treadmills while the vehicle doesnt actually go anywhere... not that big trucks like 1 tons and up fall into the cafe regulations anyway.


Oh yeh and to add that is one butt-ugly truck!(refering to the Ford seen above)
 
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Old 06-29-2006, 03:24 PM
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too bad aerodynamics have nothing to do with the tests for gas mileage since they run them on treadmills while the vehicle doesnt actually go anywhere... not that big trucks like 1 tons and up fall into the cafe regulations anyway.


Oh yeh and to add that is one butt-ugly truck!(refering to the Ford seen above)
Remember that for 2007 the feds require that manufacturers use "real world" fuel mileage ratings. Some cars ratings will go down for the 2007 model year. That is why Toyota is up in arms over the EPA guides for 07. Their advantage went ka-poof!!
 
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