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Are V-8 Engines From Infiniti The First Victims Of The New CAFE Rules?
Sep 4, 2012 ΞComments Off on Are V-8 Engines From Infiniti The First Victims Of The New CAFE Rules?

Are V-8 Engines From Infiniti The First Victims Of The New CAFE Rules?

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Last week, the White House approved proposed fuel economy regulations that require automakers achieve a fleet-wide Corporate Average Fuel Economy of 54.5 mpg by 2025. Along the way, graduated steps  Full Article »

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White House Approves New Fuel Economy Rules, But What Does It Mean?
Aug 29, 2012 ΞComments Off on White House Approves New Fuel Economy Rules, But What Does It Mean?

White House Approves New Fuel Economy Rules, But What Does It Mean?

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It’s now official: by the year 2025, automakers must deliver average fuel economy of 54.4 miles per gallon across all passenger models sold. When you compare that to the current  Full Article »

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Feds Want CAFE Of 56.2 MPG In 14 Years
Jun 27, 2011 ΞComments Off on Feds Want CAFE Of 56.2 MPG In 14 Years

Feds Want CAFE Of 56.2 MPG In 14 Years

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This much is certain: the cars we’ll be driving in 2025 will bear little resemblance to the cars we’re driving today, especially if the current administration moves forward with their  Full Article »

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Automakers Not Selling Enough ‘Green’ Cars To Meet Looming CAFE Standards

Automakers Not Selling Enough ‘Green’ Cars To Meet Looming CAFE Standards

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By 2016, automakers who sell their wares in the United States have to achieve a CAFE average of 35.5 miles per gallon. To put that number in perspective, the average  Full Article »

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