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      09-21-2009, 12:14 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by foosh View Post
All these comparisons of gas mileage are silly. There are far too many variables to draw any conclusions including, but not limited too: driver's technique, city/highway mileage, amount of traffic congestion, number of starts/stops, etc., etc.
An important one is oxygenated fuel, which many cities are required to sell 6 months of the year, and it hurts gas mileage due to less energy content. Plus don't forget ambient temperature and humidity. Like you said, too many variables to even compare the same car and driver. Good day.