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Old 09-14-2006, 05:57 PM   #11
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Old 09-14-2006, 06:16 PM   #12
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My 2001 Chevy Astro has one.
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Old 09-14-2006, 07:04 PM   #13
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Lots of domestic trucks and vans have them. I would say they are not very reliable but I have no evidence.
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Ya beat me! Yeah, its inside the RPM gauge.

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OK I suppose I'll take a stab at it...

Anything late-model Buick, Lexus, Acura, Caddy, Lincoln, Inifiniti, Chrysler, (including Sebring sedan and Convertible, PT - later ones with the option)

Chevy: HHR, Cobalt SS, Malibu, Impala
Pontiac: Higher trims of G6
Nissan: Anything late-model 3.5L (Murano, Maxima, Sentra SE-R), Sentra 1.8S
Dodge: Magnum, Charger
Jeep: Any with the information display option
VW: Jetta, Touareg, Phaeton
Hyundai: Azera, XG350, later Sonatas
Mazda: 3
Ford: Fusion, 500, Some: Taurus, Explorer, Expedition, Excursion, F-series
Saab: nearly all have trip computers, so I guess that includes FE
Maybach: If it doesn't, I'd take the POS back

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I think if you had a Maybach, FE would be the absolute least of your worries!!! It is sooo big! I would be watching my favorite F1 race replays while my driver takes me around while lighting my cigar and pulling my merlot out of the refrigerator while getting a massage, cooling, and while laying back in my new favorite ''business'' chair.
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Nearly all BMWs have an analog gauge.

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I read in the March '07 R&T that on the new BMW 335i sedan dash, "there's a nice oil-temperature gauge inset in the tach, instead of the useless 'instant mpg' needle."

OTOH, my '02 325 (E46 body style) has both an analog ('instantaneous' mpg) as well as a digital (averaging).

I don't know what's happening in other models nor what the new trend is. If history serves, FE will go down and performance will go up. The disappearing instrumentation is just a jedi mind trick.
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My Mercedes 04 E320 provides information digitally about FE on a small LED screen in the middle of the speedometer, switchable between immediate and long term average numbers with buttons on the steering wheel. I believe slightly older or any newer models should also be similarly equipped.
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