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Decent review but I am wondering how the difference in MPG between the 2.5 and 3.6 is a "small trade off"? Maybe the gas where you reside is cheap enough that the difference seems significant? I know with gas pricing where I live the difference is substantial ... on average the difference between the two all things being equal is about 6 - $700 a year pus the higher maintenance costs. I wish I thought the same as you because I prefer the 3.6 as well : )Report it
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