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GM Hides Fuel-Efficient Small Cars and Trucks -- in Brazil
Previous | Next by rich 24 May, 2006 - 4:44 AM

Washington Post

The Montana is based on GM's subcompact Corsa car. Its 1.8-liter FlexPower engine generates 112 horsepower at 5,600 revolutions per minute and 174 foot-pounds of torque at 2,800 revolutions per minute. But it's a spunky, stable little thing at high speeds. Its five-speed manual shifter works smoothly. With its barely five-foot-long cargo box, it offers urban utility while minimizing urban parking hassles. The interior is one of the best looking I've seen in any small truck. It averages the U.S. equivalent of 35 miles per gallon on the highway.




5/24/2006 >> ben

i want one... hehehe

who's up for road trip from brazil?


5/24/2006 >> ralph

why come back?


5/24/2006 >> muhgcee

Hahaha...comment of the day, Ralph.


5/24/2006 >> ben

to laugh at people of course

you with your silly pollutant machine!


5/25/2006 >> muhgcee

Wait, isn't that a bit ironic that the Montana is not available in the United States?


5/25/2006 >> ben

If they bring it here, they'll call it the flame or the mini-Camaro or something odd like that... Montana is only cool to non-US people, hehe




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