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post #70 of (permalink) Old 10-05-2014
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Basically every section of that Autotrader article ended in a draw (or at least with them saying the two cars were "similar"), and then all of a sudden at the end the Camaro is better in every category?

For example, power/performance are deemed a "draw" in the Performance and Fuel Economy section, yet power is cited as a reason why the Camaro is better value. That doesn't make any sense. To me, equal performance should favour the Mustang's better fuel economy, but apparently not in this case.

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