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Old 10-15-2012, 10:40 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by sleepy1263 View Post
what you basically stated is that to be a true american. you need an all consuming gas guzzling power machine. and all Americans should buy the most un-economical cars possible. just to keep your country ticking over.

and then you wonder why. you keep going to war over oil.

do you really think oil is hear for ever. it a very depleting commodity.
and good Americans have give there lives for it. Just so you can can consume it, in the most un-productive way possible.

i really hope that's not the american way of though.. other wise this world is screwed...

try reading your own post.. its you that's over compensating my friend !!!

your the kind of person that will use a jack hammer. to drive in a thumb tack.

size envy my backside. i use the right tool for the right job....i don't need to go overboard.
Even if your tirade is in any way accurate, it has nothing to do with the issue at hand. Ford does not offer any engines smaller than the 2.0GDI on the US-market Focus, the only other option being the 2.0Ecoboost on the ST, which is still more powerful, thus we in the US cannot choose any engine smaller than that, if we want a Focus.

By what standard the 2.0GDI is a gas-guzzler (38mpUSg/46mpImpg), I'm not entirely sure.
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