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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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Watchdog Group Sues Hyundai Over Elantra Fuel Economy
Jul 11, 2012 ΞComments Off on Watchdog Group Sues Hyundai Over Elantra Fuel Economy

Watchdog Group Sues Hyundai Over Elantra Fuel Economy

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When you shop for a car, the window sticker, also known as the “Monroney label,” discloses a lot of information for the consumer. On it, you’ll find a car’s suggested  Full Article »

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Upcoming Dodge Dart Could Get 40 MPG
Jan 6, 2012 ΞComments Off on Upcoming Dodge Dart Could Get 40 MPG

Upcoming Dodge Dart Could Get 40 MPG

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Chrysler put out a press release a few days back that focused on Fiat earning another five percent of Chrysler, for meeting the last of three goals assigned by the  Full Article »

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GM To Partner With BMW On Fuel Efficient Designs

GM To Partner With BMW On Fuel Efficient Designs

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While GM and BMW are both automakers, you’d hardly consider them rivals. GM builds, among other things, cars and trucks for the masses. BMW builds cars for the masses in  Full Article »

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New CAFE Standard May Not Be A Done Deal After All
Oct 3, 2011 ΞComments Off on New CAFE Standard May Not Be A Done Deal After All

New CAFE Standard May Not Be A Done Deal After All

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If you follow what’s going on in the automotive industry, there’s a lot of fear and loathing these days regarding the upcoming CAFE requirements. Short-term gains aside, manufacturers have an  Full Article »

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New Cafe Rules Not All Bad: Turbo Usage Expected To Triple
Aug 2, 2011 ΞComments Off on New Cafe Rules Not All Bad: Turbo Usage Expected To Triple

New Cafe Rules Not All Bad: Turbo Usage Expected To Triple

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If you want to get substantially better fuel economy out of a car or truck, your options for doing so are somewhat limited. You can lighten the vehicle, but doing  Full Article »

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54.5 MPG Is Coming, But What Does It Mean?

54.5 MPG Is Coming, But What Does It Mean?

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Last Friday, the Obama administration announced that a deal had been reached on new Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards for cars and light trucks between 2017 and 2025. It was  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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Chevy Gives Tips To Cut Your Gas Bill
Mar 9, 2011 ΞComments Off on Chevy Gives Tips To Cut Your Gas Bill

Chevy Gives Tips To Cut Your Gas Bill

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Regardless of what you drive, all of us are feeling the pain of increased gas prices these days. It’s not even the start of the summer vacation price gouging yet,  Full Article »

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BMW Brings Back The Four Banger

BMW Brings Back The Four Banger

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The last time a four cylinder engine powered a BMW in the United States was in 1999; back then, it was a somewhat anemic 138 horsepower. You could find it  Full Article »

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