I think that means that the average annual fuel cost (among all cars) is $1350. So $400 difference over 5 years is $2000.I find it odd that they list the estimated annual fuel cost at $1,750 and then say "You spend $2,000 more in fuel costs over 5 years compared to the average new vehicle."
2.5 mph is nothing compared to the usual cruising speed.This vehicle is equipped with bumper systems that can withstand a frontal barrier impact speed of 2.5 miles per hour and a rear barrier impact speed of 2.5 miles per hour with no more damage than allowed by the Federal bumper standard.
The 2.5mph bumper statement is not specific to Stelvio. It's a Federal regulation that applies to all cars in the US market. At higher speeds, bumpers are designed to crumple to absorb impact force. No need to be alarmedThat makes more sense. I've never really taken a good hard look at those window stickers as mine are usually ordered to my specification, so the fine print is quite interesting to me.
And this bit about the Stelvio's safety is a bit concerning:
2.5 mph is nothing compared to the usual cruising speed.
Didn't realize that, what sort of things have people been trying claim on a frequent basis? I'm on the road a lot and don't see much action happen aside from typical accidents. Guess you seen a lot of these claims go through.Do you not see how frequently and for the slightest of reasons that people run to insurance for now? With or without it, insurance claims are going to continue to be a regular thing where people try to file a claim for absolutely nothing just so they don't have to go to work :|