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Old 12-30-2012, 06:45 PM   #6
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Good, I hope I start seeing recently returned C-Max's on the lot so I can get a low mileage used one for cheap. I hope the resale tanks for a few years, and then people start getting the fuel economy advertised. No engine gets perfect fuel economy when new. What do people want? Shall the manufacturers run the engine for X hours after assembly to insure that it is in prime running condition? Perhaps someone should bring that up. I'd also like to bring up that this latest generation is the dumbest on record. IIRC, we have more than 50% of adult Americans who believe that Santa Claus is real. I'd like to see what percentage knows where the name Santa Claus is actually assumed to come from, and what that has to do with St. Nick. There is a connection.
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