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GM's eAssist technology looks dated next to its competitiors

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By lazybum131 on 2/7/2012 9:03:27 PM , Rating: 4
2013 Ford Fusion: 26/37
2012 Toyota Camry: 25/35
2012 Hyundai Sonata: 24/35

2013 Buick Regal eAssist: 25/36 (city/highway)

2012 Acura TSX 4-cyl AT: 22/31
2012 Lexus IS250 AT: 21/30
Volvo S60: 20/30
Volvo S80: 21/30
Infiniti G25: 20/29
Audi A4 multitronic: 22/30

Regal eAssist looks a lot more fuel competitive now...

I'm assuming potential buyers want the premium/luxury features with a bit of sportiness. The Volvo's have more power, but I've included them because they don't have any more fuel efficient options. Similar reasoning for the more sport-oriented RWD cars, I'm assuming the market Regal eAssist is going for would be looking at RWD cars not because they're RWD, but because they're luxury.




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