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The mods won't like this, but if you are upset at the cost of fuel (or everything for that matter these days), you should have paid more attention 2 years ago when you were told this is what would happen
Two years ago someone made a deal with Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut production of oil. What happens when supply decreases?


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I‘ve been a classic muscle car and big block truck guy for a long time. Many vehicles that get less than 10 miles per gallon, or 5 towing 😂. But it’s all about the smiles per gallon for me.
 

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If they are saying 15, 13 is more realistic. My round trip to work is going to be $20 a day
IDK man, my window sticker says 18 mpg average on the 2.7L and I am getting 22.3 mpg current over 5000 miles.
 

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That would be almost $125 to fill your tank. 🤯
Well, it already costs me $150 miles to fill up my F150.

Though, I do have a 36-gallon tank and can drive almost 800 miles per fillup so I guess it's not that bad.
 

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I know. My 4 door WT, Lux, Leather set me back around $55k. Best I can tell a loaded Raptor is already another $30k out of pocket. I could basically keep my WT and buy a base squatch 2dr for about the same money it would cost me to get some 37s and really ugly fenders and grill.
 

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That's what my 2.7 sasquatch gets on average any way 😂
 

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Two years ago someone made a deal with Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut production of oil. What happens when supply decreases?
This sounds interesting, do you have a source or specifics on this?
 

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Well my Rubicon Diesel on 37's gets 22+ mpg so sadly the better road vehicle may be no get picked for the longer trips 😄
 

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37 tires its a no brainer being thats a lot of tire going down the road. And welcome to the reality of owning nice performance vehicles. Gas and Fun are not Cheap which the cheap gas spoiled us and now the Greenies want to ruin it for us.
 
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Wow! An $80,000
Wow! An $80,000 Bronco at 15-16 MPG! I guess my non-sas OBX, all decked out for $51,500, and 20mpg combined over 10,000 miles, is a pretty good deal for a daily driver.
 

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Really curious what the REAL WORLD MPG will be. I get 12-14 on avg (in the city) on my 2-door Badlands. And it's not even SAS.
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