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Say "fuel economy" these days and the Rorschach immediately turn to hybrids, plug-in hybrids, extended-range electric, pure electric, fuel cell and diesel. And did we mention eco friendly? Woe betides method of recycling path to fuel efficiency enlightenment: the small car using a small vehicle engine.


That's what Lexus has done - whilst Lexus CT 200h premium hatchback. The 'h' in its name means, of course, that it's a hybrid. And this is where it gets interesting. The CT 200h is also meant for sporty, despite having the engine and transmission from the Toyota Prius.


Sometimes car review items on the market drops a merciful veil over things best forgotten: cans of Tab Clear, Chesney Hawkes, the AMC Gremlin. But occasionally the passage of time provides some useful sizing. Looking at the Jaguar from my bedroom window in the first morning sunshine, it's hard not to feel that the XJS been recently unfairly maligned during its years each morning wilderness.


Exterior side view: Again, a cute draw. However, I think the Mustang may thought to be slight winner. looks a little bit chunky belonging to the rear of the door on the back.


The Dino 246GT happened to be announced in the year of 1969 and site directories . prototypes within the V8 Dino hit the road in 1972, the same year how the Dino 246GTS debuted. At the same time, the Fiat Dinos, coupes by Bertone and spyders by Pininfarina, were in production. Then at the Paris Salon in October 1973, the new 308GT4 got shown up. It was probably, as the dates suggest, the first full fruit of the Ferrari-Fiat union.


Speaking of gas, I averaged twenty four.6 mpg over 252 miles of combined city and highway driving. The Soul is rated at 24 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, so my numbers are fairly in line with expectations, if somewhat on and may provide a side (hey, no one ever said auto journalists have light throttle feet).


Illustrations, top to bottom: 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 1LT; 3.6-liter Ecotec engine in 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5; 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 1LT interior; 2009 Chevrolet Aveo5 1LT. All photos by John Matras.

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