As long as it's in the service, there's no frosting. The engine is good, promises to have a decent resource. The exhaust is subtle cleaner. And the economy? On the design and principle of work, it must be mandatory. In fact, how do you measure it if on the same pile, the flow on the cubicle of the coated wood can be different - depends on everything, on the skills, fuel, the state of the garnitura, the wood itself, and so on. ♪ ♪
Yeah, the filter's good. Especially compared to the 180th filter. Hergonomics liked the same thing as 270 to 280 pils. The vibrations are smaller in the hands.
As long as childhood illnesses (the usual phenomenon for new models) do not come out.