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Old 08-06-2016, 05:58 PM   #151 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by bikeprof View Post
As for me..., I'd like to see these two options:
1. Hybrid
2. Turbo Diesel hybrid

Then "we're" talking...!

Pacifica was rereleased to house a plug in hybrid, wonder when that will finally be sold

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Old 01-19-2017, 12:52 PM   #152 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Jack-Lee View Post
@kyledamron : big wheels and a "fat ass" destroys everythink
Have to agree there! The parachuting ass that the Focus has always had is terrible for fuel economy! I just really don't want to be crawling around under my car to get some boards under there to cover it up!
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Originally Posted by Frank Lee View Post
Sure was a lot of that description that made no sense. "shudders" LOL

Like, "aero-shaped mirrors were designed with the extra load of the closed shutters in mind"- What?

I liked that first pic- the front view. Looks low enough to be a.... STATION WAGON. But the rest, aft of the "A"-pillar... yeeecchhh. Oh well, as long as it works.
I hadn't looked back here in awhile. I believe what they are saying is with the grill closed they found more air rolling off the front and down the side right into the mirrors. Air that normally would go unto the engine compartment and under the van. So they designed the mirrors (probably with placement more than anything else) to minimize that.

I still want that plug in hybrid version. We probably would only have to buy gas maybe twice a year on a couple of our longer trips.
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Old 12-20-2018, 12:08 PM   #154 (permalink)
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Old thread, not sure if the wiki page is still getting updated, but here it is anyway.

2008 Infiniti G35, G35S, G35 Journey: 0.29 Cd, 23.03 sq. ft. frontal area, 6.6787 CdA
2008 Infiniti G35x, G35xS: 0.29 Cd, 23.25 sq. ft. frontal area, 6.7425 CdA


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