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Old 01-12-2010, 04:44 PM
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Fuelcells & the Expedition?

Evening all,

Just wondering if anyone knows if Ford is playing around with Fuelcells and the expedtion. Seems like it might be a great way to go for our big Truck.

That Toyota SUV getting 68mpg on it seems like it would be a great move for our guy.

What do ye think?
Any links would be great too.
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Oil companies won't go for it, in turn, it will never fly commercially.
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You don't think so?
Honda and Toyota I have read on several sites say they we bring out vehicles with FCs at equvical prices to the current combustion engines.

I know I would be interested in a expedition that could get 68 or so mpg and have little exhaust coming out of it.

I don't see the current EV vehicles answering my needs with the truck.
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You don't think so?
Honda and Toyota I have read on several sites say they we bring out vehicles with FCs at equvical prices to the current combustion engines.

I know I would be interested in a expedition that could get 68 or so mpg and have little exhaust coming out of it.

I don't see the current EV vehicles answering my needs with the truck.
Oh I love the idea and I would buy one if the price was right. There is just so many politics involved when you are talking about taking away money from the gas/oil industry.
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