Daimler is petitioning the U.S. government to get more favorable treatment under the new fuel-economy regulations. It wants extra credit for consumption-cutting features like start-stop technology. Continue Reading...
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Modern vehicles are expensive, and it’s not just the gigantic figure on the window sticker that hurts. You have to consider the price of everything else involved with automobile ownership. Continue Reading...
The average fuel economy of new cars sold in the U.S. last month dropped to 24.6 MPG, down 0.3 MPG from August. Continue Reading...
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 has received an impressive 26 MPG city, 38 MPG highway rating from the EPA. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy regulations are slowly changing the auto industry and subsequently new cars are more fuel-efficient than ever with average consumption landing at 24.9 mpg for the month of August, 2013. Continue Reading...
The 2014 Jeep Cherokee front-wheel drive model with the base four-cylinder engine has been rated at 22 mpg in the city, 31 mpg on the highway. Continue Reading...
Threatening ad campaigns and steep fines aren’t enough to keep drivers belted to their seats. Continue Reading...
When it comes to hybrids, Toyota is the undisputed king. The Japanese automaker’s ultra-efficient Prius is practically the gold standard when it comes to economical motoring, but just because they’ve been successful over the past 15 years doesn’t mean they’re slowing down. Continue Reading...
Toyota pulled back the covers today at its Hybrid World Tour event in Michigan, giving a small glimpse of advanced fuel-saving technologies currently in development. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet is trickling its fuel saving technology down to the 2.5-liter Malibu sedan by adding engine start-stop technology. 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...
It’s been years since rumors of a nine-speed transmission from Mercedes-Benz started emerging, and now buyers can finally drive one… in Europe. Continue Reading...
We all know that speeding can reduce the fuel economy of your vehicle, but just how much of a difference does it make? Continue Reading...
Expect the number of fuel efficient vehicles offered by General Motors grow in the next four years. Continue Reading...
Honda will soon begin to blend the staple Civic with its so-called “Earth Dreams” technology. Continue Reading...
Often touted as environmental saviors, electric cars are almost irrelevant in the battle to achieve bold new fuel economy and emissions standards. Continue Reading...
Average gas mileage for new-cars has risen to an all-time high in America: 24.8 mpg in May 2013. Continue Reading...
Infiniti unveiled its 2014 Q50 sport sedan today during the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, introducing it as the first of what will be a larger global push by the brand. Continue Reading...
With the V8 engine is losing its foothold, it seems like the V6 engine may suffer the same fate. Continue Reading...
Nissan gave a presentation today highlighting its progress toward eco-targets and highlighted a plan to add 15 hybrid models by 2016. Continue Reading...
Executive and analysts in the automotive industry believe that Hyundai and Kia may not be the only automakers recalling their fuel economy figures. Continue Reading...
Audi plans to introduce diesel variants to four cars in the U.S. that were previously gasoline restricted. Continue Reading...
Is your car or truck falling short of the fuel economy listed on its window sticker? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it’s your fault! Continue Reading...
Frequently thought of as a boring alternative to an automatic transmission, usage of the the continuously-variable transmission (CVT) is expected to more than double by 2016. Continue Reading...