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Old 06-29-2016, 06:57 AM   #11
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Solara Mountain driving

Living in the Adirondacks provides us with a lot mountain driving. I find the transmission a little lazy when left in drive, but the vehicle drives very well by anticipating the ups and downs with manual gear shifting. I find the vehicle very reactive and fun to drive in the mountains.
On the interstates I keep it about 65 mph for fuel mileage and less noise (mostly wind). To me the acceleration is better than expected.
The machine runs like a watch.

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