Hyundai False MPG Claims Could Prompt Senate Probe

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Hyundai False MPG Claims Could Prompt Senate Probe
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Some might have expected a small riot after news surfaced that Hyundai inflated its mpg claims on more than 1 million recently sold cars, but the media brouhaha was worse than any other backlash — so far. Continue Reading...

Hyundai MPG Scandal Could Boost Honda Sales

Hyundai MPG Scandal Could Boost Honda Sales
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Left in the wake of Hyundai’s debunked fuel economy claims, brands that vowed to catch up are unexpectedly well-positioned.  As gas mileage lurches to the forefront of many driver’s minds, car buyers are considering which product will be the least thirsty. It’s an issue that easily put Hyundai atop many lists until recently when the… Continue Reading...

Hyundai, Kia Controversy Grows as Probe Continues

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Hyundai, Kia Controversy Grows as Probe Continues
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As webs meant to catch flies go, the Environmental Protection Agency‘s might soon look tattered and threadbare as its investigation expands to suggest Hyundai and Kia might not be the only brands fudging mpg claims.  Continue Reading...

Five-Point Inspection: 2012 Chevrolet Cruze Eco

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Five-Point Inspection: 2012 Chevrolet Cruze Eco
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In this week’s Five-Point Inspection we put Chevrolet’s fuel sipper, the Cruze Eco, to the test. With good and bad in the mix, the Cruze Eco will deliver on what you want, and might even surprise you as a decent daily driver, although there is room for improvement.  Read on to see why. Continue Reading...

EPA vs CAFE: The Two Sides of Fuel Economy Numbers

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EPA vs CAFE: The Two Sides of Fuel Economy Numbers
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  Fuel economy numbers are more important now than ever before, as gas prices continue to rise in North America. Recently Dodge came under criticism for announcing its upcoming Dart compact will get 40 mpg combined. An impressively high number, even a class-leading car like the Hyundai Elantra, which gets 40 mpg highway, only achieves… Continue Reading...

Fuel Mileage Testing Rethought by United Nations and European Union

Fuel Mileage Testing Rethought by United Nations and European Union
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Gas mileage is a growing concern. Recognizing that fact, the United Nations and European Union are partnering to create a new series of tests to rate fuel consumption in new vehicles under a worldwide standard. The tests that are currently run to determine mpg are outdated and not realistic to the way that most of us drive…. Continue Reading...
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