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  • MPG Noob 03 Mazdaspeed Protege 91 Honda CRX Si 95 Honda Civic VX *RIP 5/20/08 94 Honda Del Slow D15z1 Swapped. Loserkidwac is.

    They're all about rpm. I shift mostly based upon RPM and load In my Civic with the LX transmission, I'm typically in 5th gear at around.

    Coming in 10th place in the real-world mpg contest is the Honda Civic VX hatchback, a popular model with tuners to this day.

    Yes, Federal government is supposed to punish Illegal acts. Wanting that doesn't mean desiring what you proclaim is "Big Government". If you believe government should dictate what product a private sector company should make, that is a communistic view. If you haven't noticed in the photos, we are driving without windshield wipers, all in the name of minimizing drag.

    Top 10 Cars with the Best Real World MPG

    The forums will be placed on read only mode this Saturday Oct. During this outage 6: We apologize for this inconvenience. Click here to read details. Yes, that is right- I got 72 mpg from my Civic VX hatchback. I don't see what the big deal is with Hybrids, quite frankly. This makes no sense to me at all. I do not understand why Honda abandoned their Civic high mpg Vtech-E gas engine years ago. Can someone please explain to me why Honda Motor corp was so foolish and abandoned this high mpg engine without any thought?

    Anyone who wants to drive a tremendously high gas mileage Honda can buy one off the used car lots today and get even better mileage than any hybrid ever made.

    Why is Honda Motor company doing this? Is it because of silly profit at the expense of reason? If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.

    That engine and gas milage estimate are not even spoken of in the industry anymore. I totally agree with you that it makes no sense. We Americans should have been using Hydrogen, Natural gas, or even straight electric powered vehicals for the last 15 or more years. Pardon me for being a bit pessamistic. Why should we be surprised at this anyways? The entire Bush and Cheney families have long been connected to Big Oil, and that is whom got them elected in the first place.

    President Bush is an oil man first and foremost, and wants to see much higher prices at the pumps, because he and his family is profiting from the skyrocketing gas prices. This is the truth.

    What just galls me to no end, is that we have not heard even so much as a whisper from his administration about stopping the oil profiteering from the Big oil companies- Chevron, Exxon, and Union. These companies are racking up billion dollar profits every quarter, and President Bush does nothing to stop it. I am miffed at the Honda Corp, too, for abandoning the high mpg Vtech-E engine, and instead making these dopey hybrids that are just too expensive to own, and don't even get nearly the gas mileage that the non-hybrid Hondas were getting in the mid 's.

    I would take my Civic VX any day over the over-priced and over-hyped hybrids that they sell now. Is this the communist forum? What exactly do you want Bush and Cheney to do?

    If GM doesn't want to build a car for whatever reason, is that not their right? If you want a communist government, say it openly.

    If not, shut up about trying to force companies to build whatever you think they should. Furhter, if a car company chooses to make an electric car, what do you think the oil company can do about it? And get off your dumb politcal crap. Al Gore openly supported high gas prices.


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