rastro said:Define "good to excellent fuel economy" This might be a good place to start: http://www.hybridsuv.com/
The_Soulful_Mr_T said:40 mpg+ highway is a threshold I'd like to find.
sac said:I'm starting to think seriously about a new car, probably an SUV .... Some features I'd like to have: - Good to excellent fuel efficiency (regular gas) - High clearance for non-paved/rugged roads on vacations - 4wd or AWD for above reason - fold down flat rear seat(s) with 6'-plus long flat cargo area so two people could sleep in it - available 2" trailer hitch (or reasonable ability to install one while keeping the good clearance (for hitch-mount bike rack) - seating for 5-6 adults Recommendations? Cost?
RVM said:Regarding European mileage comparisons, a few points: 1) their gasoline is much better than the swill we get here, 2) many of their cars are in fact diesels, and their diesel is better than ours, and 3) many have a cool feature where the engine "dies" at stops then restarts when the accelerator is pushed.
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