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I understand gas prices could approach 5 dollars this summer. I drive a Dodge Ram that gets 8 mph city/ 14 mph hwy. When I work in the NYC area my round trip gas cost is appox 23 dollars(Train is not an option). So I've decided to get a small commuter car that I guess would cut that bill at least in half. My question to my fellow SOL'ers is, which car out there do you think gets the best gas milage for the buck. Looking at car years 1997 to 2000.

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Hyundai accent.

 

I had a 1999 accent when I worked in Nyc. Beat the crap out of it and it never let me down. When I retired I sold it with 170,000 miles on it and it was still going strong..... :)

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Good thing we got that Keystone pipeline going in to bring us more oil :confused::mad:

 

yeah right, that was so it could reach the ports faster in texas so it could be shipped to other countries, we need more refineries in this country but the tree huggers won't let us, :mad:

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Good thing we got that Keystone pipeline going in to bring us more oil :confused::mad:

 

Currently the US of A is Exporting oil due to a glut and over seas demand

 

pay up sucker

 

profit profit profit

 

no profit in building refineries

don't kid yourself

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No profit in refineries because all the govt. regulations won't let them operate profitably...oh yeah, govt has all the answers :dismay:

 

 

 

 

+1 all the answers, unfortunately all of them are wrong...... :mad:

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honda civic, toyota corolla, any 4 banger is better than a hemi, I'm sorry but these gas prices are out of control :mad:

^^^

What he said.

 

Get yourself a little 4-cylinder "roller skate."

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