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Old 08-05-2009, 09:33 PM   #16
damameke
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See I do most of my driving on the 400 North towards 401 west. So from the previous comment above the 4.4i and 3.0i works the same on the highway for gas? I know the 4.4i is more of a pick up and you can feel it for sure. But how is it the same on gas if one is a V6 and the other is a V8?
Re-read the post.. i didnt mentioned about gas consumption or performance, i said it still use premium gas, so it will cost more compare to regular gas.
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Old 08-06-2009, 07:48 AM   #17
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V6?!?! oh never mind.

straight from energuide fuel consumption ratings. very interesting to see the results.

BMW X5 4.4/8 14.8L/100km(city) 9.9L/100km(hwy)
BMW X5 SP 3.0/6 14.9L/100km(city) 10.4L/100km(hwy)

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See I do most of my driving on the 400 North towards 401 west. So from the previous comment above the 4.4i and 3.0i works the same on the highway for gas? I know the 4.4i is more of a pick up and you can feel it for sure. But how is it the same on gas if one is a V6 and the other is a V8?
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