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Old 08-12-2013, 08:42 PM   #71
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As a fellow Nissan-2012-bought-in-2013 bargain hunter (your post tipped me off to those great deals), I did some fancy arithmetic based on how much fuel I could buy with the $$$$ saved and decided that I'd be ahead for at least a few years.

A few times when I was wanting to grumble about the cost of a fill up, I just calculated how much it might have cost if I got a nice ECO-Boost or whatever getting better gas mileage, figured out the difference to be roughly 15 bucks a fill up or so, takes a lot of those 15 bucks to add up to the amount saved in the purchase.

I'm not towing any thing bigger than my Whaler right now, so my math reflects mostly just daily driving.

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