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Old 04-15-2009, 06:21 AM
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Five Best Cars Saving Gas

With gas prices continuously growing up today more and more people all over the world try to find their ways on how to reduce the outflow of funds spent on gas.
It doesn’t matter what you are driving whether economy hybrid car or off-road vehicle, everyone looks for withdrawal from spending money in vain.
But is it enough just to follow endless amount of tips how to save on gas? What are the other ways out of this problem? Facing the tendency of fuel-price growth the major world car producers do their utmost to fill the market with their “offspring” being the most economical.
Here we give the list of five major cars that really care about the wallet of their owner.
• According to the experts the thriftiest auto nowadays is considered to be Honda Insight
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It’s the second car appeared on the market of hybrid cars (the first one, as you no doubt know, is Toyota Prius).
But Honda demonstrated quite new idea of hybrid cars.
Fuel consumption 3.4 L\100km
• The second place we assign for Audi A2
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Although being a smaller vehicle the manufacturer - Audi - is really proud of it.
However, once you get inside the car, any notions of minimal size disappear.
And once you see the fuel consumption performance: you stop noticing any drawbacks…
Fuel consumption 3.6 L\100km
• Then goes Volkswagen Lupo
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The Volkswagen Lupo is a city car manufactured by German automaker Volkswagen from 1998 to 2005. The car is available with a variety of engine sizes and trim levels, from budget models through to the GTI variant.
Fuel consumption 3.6 L\100km
• In the fourth place we put Daihatsu Opti
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The Daihatsu Opti is a kei car produced by Japanese automaker Daihatsu from 1992 to 2002.
It is available with a 659 cc petrol engine and either front- or four-wheel drive. It is a variant from the Daihatsu Mira.





Fuel consumption 3.7 L\100km
• And at last (but not the least) goes Smart
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Smart, formerly Smart GmbH (formerly MCC Smart GmbH), an automotive brand of Daimler AG, is a manufacturer of microcars and superminis based in Böblingen, Germany, produced in Hambach (France). In spite of its size sales of the small Smart city car have really increased last time.
Fuel consumptions 3.8 L\100km
It’s up to you to decide how to save on gas. You may purchase an economical car or just follow tips on saving


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Not sure why you are here..this is a TRUCK site...hum...you must be spammer ...so unless you change your posts and ways.... real quick you and you cars will be banned.
Are you idiot?
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Are you idiot?
No...you must be. You are basically calling an ADMIN an idiot. And you're little post throws up a red flag with advertising techniques in your style of writing. It is in the basic text but is full of bolded and italicized text as well. That right there is not normal and what is bolded and italicized is just as suspicious. Not to mention how your profile says you have a 2008 Lightning....hmmmm....never heard of that. That's right, they don't exist.
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Hey, man! Do you calling "copy-pasting" in Mozilla advertising techniques? You're dolt, and I don't care that you're admin! ****en gay!
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