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High power, low fuel consumption - who doesn't want that? But do they actually exist? Suggestions required...but no diesels thanks
Updated November 15, 2012 at 7:48 PM
and from the beginning think what may be the end.
That new 135i M seems to be pretty rapid and can be fairly economical.
Yeah, that caught my eye too, with a 'proper' 6 no less
Just got 38mpg out of mine today on a decent trip and yet is as rapid a car as I have own to date!! And it looks like 120d
Megane r26 "stage 1" - 37.5mpg on motorway, 260bhp/285ftib
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evo featured Renault Megane R26 (c) Barry Club.
Has that little VAG super-turbot-axolotl made it's way into any elise/ginetta/caterfield type things yet?
That could be a contender.
Caterham 7 R300/R400/R500.
That new Tesla Model S. High power. No fuel consumption.
Making pancake mix for your mums pancake tits.
An F40 that you only use at weekends.
A 400bhp Audi engined Exige, quicker than almost everything - 35mpg on a run.
Nordschleife - there's only two barriers to worry about - the ones on the left and the ones on the right!
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