Whenever someone recommends vast conspiracies as the reasoning for vehicles getting horrible gas mileage, I have to scratch my head. If Honda, or Toyota, or Ford, could produce a vehicle that gets 200 MPG by simply adding a $1000 device (which probably costs around $30 to make) don't you think they would do it? Oh, and it has no emissions either.
[sarcasm] I can't imagine an auto maker wanting to sell a car that gets 200MPG and has zero emissions... not at all..[/sarcasm]
[Forrest Gump]And that's all I got to say about that[/Forrest Gump]
thats what i question every time, if a company coudl ad a magic box, magnets, cut groves, super gearing or somehting for barely any cost then WHY wouldnt they do it? if they did and got claims those products say they do then said company could be way ahead of the competition and wipe them out if a car 3X the size, power, luxuryness could get 3X the mileage of competitors econoboxes lol