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Posted July 9 2013 09:43 AM by Edward A. Sanchez 
Filed under: Editorials, Chrysler, Edward A. Sanchez

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Shell Station Lawndale, California


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I guess a person really wants to have a diesel to contend with the downsides...higher initial costs, $12-15 more each fillup, noisier, etc., but some people don't mind the extra money I guess.   I guess I would have to drive a lot to make up for the extra initial costs and constant fillup costs.  My wife just ordered a MB GLK350.  I could have got the diesel instead, but it had only 200 hp versus 302, which was reflected in the diesel's slower to 60 times.

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