The average sales-weighted fuel economy in the U.S. increased in January 2016 after months of decline. Continue Reading...
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Is diesel’s reputation damaged beyond repair? Continue Reading...
Here’s some information you may not know about fuel economy. Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy of all new cars sold in the U.S. continued to fall through November, landing at 25 mpg. Continue Reading...
Compact cars are getting more and more fuel efficient. Continue Reading...
That MPG figure on your vehicle sticker might not be as accurate as you think. Continue Reading...
Mazda is working with a new ignition process in hopes of improving the fuel efficiency of its gasoline engines by 50 percent. Continue Reading...
Some Lamborghini Huracan owners may not care about fuel economy, but they might be pleasantly surprised with what they get. Continue Reading...
In the race to improve efficiency and cut emissions, more and more automakers are turning to forced induction as a way of increasing fuel economy without sacrificing drivability. Continue Reading...
Cost is often the first thing that comes to mind when motorists think of gasoline. Many will drive halfway across town to save a couple cents per gallon. Additionally, purchasing regular-grade fuel to save money can be an exercise in false economy, especially if your vehicle is designed for premium gas. Continue Reading...
Is your vehicle not living up to the promises made on its window sticker? Do your real-world miles per gallon look like the prices on a fast-food value menu? If fuel economy is falling short here are some possible culprits and a few solutions to maximize your MPG. Continue Reading...
The annual Eco-Run is once again underway, put on by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC). Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy of light vehicles sold in the United States dipped to 25.1 mpg in February, falling by 0.2 month-over-month. Continue Reading...
Newton’s third law says that for every action, there is a reaction. You might have seen the list of the 10 greenest cars of 2015 on AutoGuide.com earlier this week. While Newton’s third law doesn’t exactly apply here, you get the idea. 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...
Weight is the mortal enemy of performance and efficiency. One of the most effective ways of increasing a vehicle’s fuel economy and improving its driving dynamics is to cut unnecessary mass. Every component is fair game for optimization, including turbochargers. Continue Reading...
Modern vehicles feature electrical systems that operate on 12 volts. This has pretty much been the industry standard since about the mid-1950s. But engineers at Continental are working to really step things up. Continue Reading...
Gas prices may be dropping, but fuel economy is still king when it comes to deciding which vehicle to purchase. Continue Reading...
Ford is examining the possibility of using more continuously variable transmissions in its vehicles to boost fuel economy. Continue Reading...
The most powerful car to ever wear a Chevrolet badge shipped from the factory in Bowling Green, Ky. Continue Reading...
The next great American supercar makes 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque and as you probably guessed, goes through gulps of gasoline. Continue Reading...
You can’t knock the hustle of Hyundai and Kia, just days after the Korean automakers were forced to pay an unprecedented amount of money for false MPG reports, the duo have announced that they’re looking to improve their fuel numbers substantially. Continue Reading...
It will cost Hyundai and Kia more than $350 million to settle the government’s two-year investigation into the inflated fuel-economy ratings of some 1.2 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
Hyundai and Ford aren’t the only manufacturers that have been forced to revise their fuel-economy scores. Now BMW is joining this hall of shame. Continue Reading...