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Re: Ot Jetta diesel vs cruz diesel

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08-15-2013 03:46:44

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I have a 99 Jetta TDI. I've put 230k miles on it and it still runs great. I am fighting the rust battle now trying to keep it from deteriorating. It gets a little better than 50mpg commuting 25 mostly country miles to work. The new ones don't get that kind of mileage I don't believe. The VWs do have issues with electrical gremlins and mine has had it's share but so far I have been able to work around them.

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08-15-2013 05:33:55

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 Re: Ot Jetta diesel vs cruz diesel in reply to mjbrown, 08-15-2013 03:46:44  
The problem is what they got in the past has no bearing on what the new ones will do. Federal emissions has wrecked the market and added a whole new level of complexity to the game.

Wait until Tier 4 emission standards come into play on all new equipment - it adds about $20,000 to the price of a new semi.

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08-15-2013 17:01:54

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 Re: Ot Jetta diesel vs cruz diesel in reply to DaninKansas, 08-15-2013 05:33:55  
Yeah, and after that extra $20K, the guys up in the North Dakota and Canadian oil fields are having the dealer take them around to the shop, and dropping another $10K (Cummins) and $15K (Cat) to strip the motor of wiring harnesses, DPF, turbo and ECM (Cat) to get them to run more than a couple days in the winter.

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