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Jetta Tdi

June 3, 2008 about Volkswagen Jetta

I purchased a 2006 Jetta TDI when the new model came out. I routinely get 1100 km out of a tank with about 70% city and 30% hwy Driving. After the gas light comes on I always drive an additional 100km (60 miles) before I fill up. I’ve never run out of fuel and think it would be possible with 100% hwy driving (at 100km/h) to get an additional 150 km after the light comes on. I will never test this theory as Diesel’s are a bitch to re-start when they run out.

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December 23, 2015 by Vinayak

There's exaggeration on both sides, of cosure. I don't think most Obama supporters want anything to do with communism.I'll point to Canada. I have some interesting conversations with a Republican couple I know in Minnesota. They seemed to believe that Democrats (and we Canadians) want pure socialism. Canada is much more socialist than the U.S., but we're a far cry from communism. We have public health care, which is awesome. We have higher taxes, which we deal with. But the fact remains that we're still democratic (our monarchy is just for fun) and we're capitalists. Even our farther-left parties (such as the NDP) aren't as socialist as you'd expect. (There are some communist and marxist parties but they never win any seats.)The difference is that there are a few super-important areas (health care, for example) where business is restricted in favour of a public, equal, greed-free system.I'm surprised sometimes by the idea that adopting a little bit of socialism will destroy the American dream. In reality, I think some of these things will only make the dream more accessible to the average person.I do agree that the idea that the current state of the U.S. isn't as bad as some make it out to be, but there are dangers of the current route that need to be addressed by either party.

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June 6, 2018 by Chelsi

And I thought I was the sensible one. Thanks for setting me strtgiha.

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