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Comment: MPG is a meaningless stat (Score 1) 889

by Doverite (#13499347) Attached to: Hydrogen Stored in Safe High Density Pellets
Miles per gallon is meaningless in this comparison. Price per mile is all that matters. And even more importantly price per mile per horsepower is what matters. Gas MPG/hp hasn't changed since the 70's. I want a 200hp car that gets 35-40mpg, or a Hydrogen powered car that for example gets 17-20mpg at $1.00 a gallon or the equivalent.

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