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#81 Costa

 
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Posted Yesterday, 06:17 PM

I own 2016 outdoorsman with v6 and 8 speed transmission. I am very happy with this truck. It's my first brand new car. My fuel consumption is 12 l/100 km with mostly city driving.

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Posted Yesterday, 08:39 PM

I have no idea how many litres/100 km I get. All I know is when I'm low on gas I fill it up. Unless those that have a vehicle for business I know of no one that has sold there ride because they are using a few liters more than he guy in the other vehicle. 1 liter more of fuel over 62 miles (100KMS) is .0174 cents per mile at $1.08 a liter. How much is a Hortons coffee now?

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Posted Yesterday, 08:43 PM

How much is a Hortons coffee now?

 

Yech, haven't drank that brand in years.



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Posted Yesterday, 08:49 PM

yeah but how much savings is it once you reach 200000 km



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Posted Yesterday, 10:03 PM

Driving 24,000 KM per year that would be around $12,166.00 of Tim coffee buying 2 cups a day, not factoring in inflation. They say a person that buys some coffee and snacks or 10 bucks a day spends over $100,000.00 in ones working years, if they retire after 30 years, not factoring in inflation.

Yes we can 2 dollar a day ourselves to death. I don't disagree Terry, I just don't want to add it all up as I go through life. I just can't stress over a few bucks a week for fuel driving as little as I do now, which yes adds up of course.

Edited by Old Ironmaker, Yesterday, 10:05 PM.






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