Published on May 30th, 2008 | by greenranger2
Let’s Refuel America Program
It’s not often that we venture into Colma but when we do we thought that it would serve as the base for this post. For those not familiar with the city, Colma contains the highest per capita cemeteries in the USA and its said that Colma has “1,500 above ground residents and 1.5 million underground”. Besides dead bodies, Colma also contains a slew of auto dealerships. We passed the slew of auto retailers and noticed the the Serramonte Chrysler Jeep Dodge and their Let’s Refuel America program.
Let’s get this straight. Chrysler announces this “good” news about gas prices. The Chrysler web site states, “As fuel prices continue to rise, the Let’s Refuel America Program helps providing stability to the cost of fuel with a simple solution – locking in the price of unleaded or diesel fuel at $2.99/gallon for three years.” So we just have to buy a new car and off we save at the pump.
That’s just great. There’s just a few things (see car list) that really ticks us off. The Serramonte Chrysler Jeep Dodge the features vehicles including:
Chrysler 300 C Executive Series LWB
MPG: 15 / 23
Chrysler Aspen Limited 4×2
MPG: 13 / 19
Chrysler Crossfire Limited – coupe
MPG: 15 / 23
Chrysler PT Cruiser Base
MPG: 21 / 26
Notice anything? None of these vehicles even come close to 30 mpg. Instead of Chrysler spending their coin on this petroleum subsidy why don’t they create some hybrids, electric vehicles, or even some autos that get 40 + mpg?
Maybe Hummer will sponsor a $1.99 a gallon program soon. That will get America rolling. In Colma, the dead will be rolling in their graves if this continues to be the way America and the rest of the world deals with the continuing oil shortage.
Read More about Chrysler’s “Let’s Refuel America” Promotion, and Better Options for Fuel Efficiency:
- Low Impact Living: Oh Please — Chrysler Offering $2.99 Gas for 3 Years
- Can Improved Spark Plugs Improve both Fuel Economy and Performance?
- Goodbye Trucks and SUVs; Hello Gas Saving… Geo Metro?