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Thanks for the responses, so it seems the concensus is to get something at least 2005 and hopefully maybe 2006 and 2007
Whats the fuel economy in the real world for this ?
Like how many KM (im canadian) or miles per tank ? and how big is the tank. Do you guys put premium in it ?
I have an 09 US MO and live in Ontario. I used to use 87 octane gas but found it made my MO a bit sluggish, so I switched to 89 which the manual recommends as the bare minimum.
You might also want to run some STP complete fuel system cleaner through whatever MO you get, at least 3 or 4 times (that's 3 or 4 full ups). I did that with my 09.
You want to look at the US standard for MPG and not the Canadian numbers, here in Canada the reglatory body doesn't account for anything when asking the manufactures for their L/100km city/highway numbers unlike in the US who asks them to account for hills, the a/c being on, the windows being rolled own, etc. Europe still has the highest standards...so even the though the US numbers aren't 100% accurate they are going to be closer to what you will get than using the Canadian numbers.
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