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The Environmental Protection Agency rates the turbo 3-liter’s fuel economy at 16 miles per gallon in the city, 24 highway and a 19 m.p.g.
An all-new, mass-efficient body structure is at the center of the Equinox's trimmer curb weight and helps make the most of the available turbo engine options.
Active Mars moves into your zone of relationships Sunday, turbo-charging your social life between now and July 20.
Michael Knight, has been giving it all a bit of a turbo boost.
The engine in the 570S is a derivation of the powerplant used in every McLaren street car, a twin-turbo, 3.8-liter V8.
Wisconsin State took second with strikingly similar formula: a through-the-road parallel hybrid electric vehicle with a 1.9-liter GM direct injection turbo diesel engine fueled by B20.
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Origin and Etymology of turbo
First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
Definition of turbo-
1 : coupled directly to a driving turbine turbofan
2 : consisting of or incorporating a turbine turbojet engine
Origin and Etymology of turbo-
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