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    Dodge Durango | Ron Burgundy | "Staring Contest"

    This showed up on youtube as popular and I really enjoyed the frivolity of Anchor Man I had to look at the clip and know you guys on here like comedy:

    Dodge Durango | Ron Burgundy | "Staring Contest"

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    Dodge Durango | Ron Burgundy | "It Comes Standard"


    Ron Burgundy is a Dodge Man through and through. And it's definitely not just because he's appearing in commercials for their products—including the Dodge Durango with an available HEMI V8 and other features.

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    Dodge Durango | Ron Burgundy | "Gumball Machine"


    No matter how much we might want to, riding around on majestic steeds just isn't a viable option anymore. Which is why Ron Burgundy stands behind the Dodge Durango with an available HEMI V8 and other features.

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    Dodge Durango | Ron Burgundy | "Ride"


    Ron Burgundy is a Dodge Man through and through. And it's definitely not just because he's appearing in commercials for their products—including the majestic Dodge Durango with 25 MPG.

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    Hahaha, watched them all. Love Ron Burgundy, a great character and can't wait to see the second film.

    But only 25 MPG guess that'd be US MPG, so about 9 and a half litres per 100Km. Think some cars here in the UK do about 60MPG and I'd gather they'd be imperial gallons used for advertising which is about 72 US Gallons, or 3.27 litres per 100Km.

    Sorry Ron, that fuel economy just doesn't cut it!


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