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Just got back from beautiful Quebec in Canadia (yes, that’s right- if you are “Canadian” then you are from “Canadia”) and I noticed there was a good number of automobiles sold in Canada but not sold here in the states. The common thread between them? They tend to be fuel-efficient. Canada sells fuel by the liter (or litre, as they say), not by the gallon, and it tends to be more expensive.

First up is the Acura CSX. If you think this Canadian beauty looks suspiciously like a Honda Civic, that’s because it is. Sort of. The CSX is a Canadian-market-only derivative of the Civic with leather, navigation, and high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights. The best part?

The CSX gets 37 MPG.