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My gasoline powered car gets about 33 MPG in the city 37-38 mpg on the highway. Really see no practicable reason to switch to an electric/hybrid automobile.

Mine gets nowhere near that, but I knew going in that a sports car wasn't going to sip gas ;0)

If everything we did involved intown travel, I might be tempted, as I would probably be able to go more than a month or so between fillups, but we do so much highway travel, it doesn't look cost-effective for us just yet.

But if I could retro my mustang to run on biofuels, I totally would.

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