The average fuel economy of all new vehicles sold in June dropped slightly to sit at 25.4 mpg. Continue Reading...
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The average sales-weighted fuel economy of vehicles sold last month dropped slightly. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy is back up slightly after a dip in February. Continue Reading...
Cars in the United States are more fuel efficient than ever. Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy of all vehicles sold in the U.S. climbed by 0.3 mpg in January over the previous month. Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy rating for all cars sold in November in the U.S. remains flat. Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy of vehicles sold in the U.S. has dropped by the largest amount in three years. Continue Reading...
Following Ford’s announcement about reduced fuel economy ratings, the average mileage of new vehicles being purchased sank in June. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy has become a major influence on the light vehicle market, and April 2014 saw the average new car fleet get less efficient. Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy of new vehicles sold last month reached an all-time high of 25.4 mpg. Continue Reading...
The EPA has announced that the average mpg rating for model year 2012 vehicles was 23.6, marking an improvement of 1.2 miles per gallon over the previous year.. Continue Reading...
The average fuel-economy value of vehicles sold in July was 24.8 mpg, tying the record high previously reached in March, April, and May. Continue Reading...
According to University of Michigan researchers, the average fuel economy of new vehicles sold last year rose to 23.8 mpg, an increase of 1.4 mpg compared to the 2011 average of 22.5 mpg. Continue Reading...
In total, passenger car sales stood at 229,250 units in total for the third quarter,down by 38.5 percent versus a year ago. This also meant that market share of passenger cars stood at some 46.3 percent of total light vehicle sales, the smallest percentage since 2005. Continue Reading...