Almost makes you sick to the stomach. Was only just under 1/4 tank left. If this keeps up the truck may just have to become a driveway ornament.:thud:
Well when I'm getting 21.7 to 23.3 MPG it doesn't sting as bad... :w:Almost makes you sick to the stomach. Was only just under 1/4 tank left. If this keeps up the truck may just have to become a driveway ornament.:thud:
HAHA!!! That's hilarious you bring it up, my friend who has an f-350 and I were standing around the back of my truck talking last night and he was commenting on how tall my dodge sits but he said that it will sag when I get my tool box and hitch installed like his ford did. Then he hopped on the bumper and started jumping. He got down with a puzzled look on his face and said, "Man that thing doesn't move much. I can get my truck to hop when I do that"I've always loved how you can load a Cummins up and it doesn't sag but I see chevys with barely anything in the back that are sagging like crazy
Hybrids have some benefits in the city and none on the highway (other than the inherent light weight and aerodynamics of hybrids, that have nothing to do with the hybrid design). I'd consider a cheap and small car as a far better alternative than a hybrid for almost anybody.