You sure? I live in the real world with an (average) 14L/100 Commodore, formerly an 11.5L/100 Commodore and have driven a Tiguan for a few months with its 8.5L/100 fuel economy. It had more room, debatable on the comfort, and cost waaaay less to run. It was overall the better car... if you take away performance. For most people performance isn't a factor. Now... for those who want a rwd lsd manual 6L v8? Yeah **** yeah Commodore.