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Well this is utter hot garage. I know this site is biased. They must have paid off the magazine. ??? how could they! Lol. Remind you of some of the peeps here ? 

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41 minutes ago, Sierra Dan said:

Typically TFL Truck is against GM.

They are always picking Ford Toyota or Ram.

But this is the Canadian review not Roman and company in the states.

Cmon dan. Stop it bro. Ain’t no biased going on. It’s like the deep state against Gm. ?  just FYI Roman and Andre own TFL. So if they really hated GM as much as some say why let the GM win even in Canada? Zero sense 

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They should have used an f150 with ecob as a better comparison, however, the results would be the same anyway...…..

 

It is a good video, what surprised me was the gas consumption, the Toyota's gas mileage was better than anyone would have expected.

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