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Found it interesting that you expect 3 hp & 4 lb-ft of torque to make a difference in acceleration. Not to mention the '13 2.5i Sport has larger wheels & tires than the '12 2.5i Premium. Both MPG & sluggish acceleration could be contributed to the larger and heavier wheel & tire package. Also keep in mind the MPG will improve as the car accumulates more miles. Comparing the MPG of a brand new car to a well-broken in car is not that valid of an argument.Report it
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