I guess none of you work with cars so you can't assess fetz statement, but he has no idea what he's talking about. How can you still have that chrysler/dodge (can't you choose one of them and state the car model?) if you now drive a GMC? Is it your sunday outting car? The funny thing is that chrysler/dodge didn't make any cars that get that kind of fuel economy and pick up. An engine that is that good on fuel doesn't have the necessary horse power or torque to go from 0-60 in 7 sec, unless of course he stripped the car and is riding around on a bare frame
. And if you had a tire "blow out" at 132mph (I'm taking you're talking mph, not kph) the car would flip (remember this is a "super fuel economic" car, i.e., it's VERY light) and you would definitely "feel" your head going through the window/dashboard/etc. I've been in a mustang that blew a tire at 95 and I almost died as it spun out. Luckily my friend is an excellent driver and could keep it from flipping. Also, since when do cheap/fuel economic cars go
132mph? They wouldn't have the gearing to go that high, never mind that they most likely are governed to stay below 110/115mph, and it most likely would take them several miles to get up to max speed because they would be on their last gear. Honestly, you don't have to make stuff up to support your opinion, just state your opinion and that's yours, end of story. And sorry to go off topic again, but that just bugged the hell out of me (a car enthusiast).