I seem to remember a bit differently, but then again, I got taken out in the first cuts on yours.
I got cut for a variety of different reasons, I accept that. My point is, I made one reply to the whole mess, and it was to make a joke based off of something you'd said. Then I let the subject drop. I didn't go on the attack in multiple places, I took it on the chin because I saw little reason to argue about it.
Now, yes, I could have done the results better, if I'd thought about adding up 5 years of fuel to the actual price of the car before I started writing results. But here's the thing: I didn't think of it.
Now, you might be looking at that CSR-33 quote up there and thinking I did it for vengeance, but no, I'm not vindictive or petty enough to do that. The only reason I looked that up was because 1: someone mentioned it, and 2: I needed the car for a different challenge.
Is my method "bullshit?" Probably. But how many people go to a dealership and fixate on one number or another, even if the other car is the 'better' car? How many people buy the V8 version when they really would've been better off with the V6? I'm pretty sure a lot of people do.
But one thing I do have is a decent memory. I'll write it down, keep it in mind for future challenges to give you your request, to let you know you might not want to enter because it's one of my challenges, and thereby may be subject to, well, subjective rules, possible hard cuts that don't make sense, and occasionally imbalanced statistics. After all, I've only had CSR-22, HBL, and this challenge for learning experience on running one.