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I've read good things about the 4cyl: quiet, smooth, and revs around 2000 rpm @ 60 mph. But, downside was that it consumes as much as the 6 cyl, if not more because it has to work harder. I'm curious as to your fuel consumption (city:highway). Was it as claimed?Report it
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