GM Recalls Natural Gas-Powered Vans

Another day, another GM recall. This time the Detroit-based automotive giant is working to fix issues with some natural gas-powered vehicles.

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2015 Chevrolet Impala CNG Priced From $38,210

Chevrolet confirmed pricing today for the bi-fuel version of its 2015 model year Impala full-size sedan.

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Mazda Shows Off Diesel, CNG and Hybrids in Tokyo

Mazda has just unveiled a host of new concepts and up-coming models at the The 43rd Tokyo Motor Show 2013 that includes diesel, natural gas and hybrid technology.

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2015 Chevrolet Impala Coming With Bi-Fuel Capability

Answering a question nobody was asking, General Motors announced today that it will sell a version of the 10th generation Impala capable of running on gasoline or compressed natural gas (CNG).

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Ford F-150 Natural Gas Option Added for 2014

Ford announced today that it will offer the 2014 F-150 half-ton pickup truck with the ability to run on compressed natural gas (CNG).

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GM Bi-Fuel Pickup Truck Order Books Opened

General Motors just opened the order books for its bi-fuel line of pickup trucks offered from either GMC or Chevrolet.

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Natural Gas Stations Stations Cheapened for Home Use

The few who choose to drive natural gas cars like the Honda Civic NG have something to look forward to in 2015: home fueling stations that won’t cost an arm an a leg. 

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What is MPGe: Electric Car Fuel Economy Ratings Explained

Ford recently announced the EPA fuel efficiency rating for its electric Focus model. Since it doesn’t burn any gasoline, the number isn’t in miles per gallon (MPG), but was given as miles per gallon gasoline equivalent, or MPGe. A new term to the automotive lexicon, it’s worth exploring exactly what MPGe means and how an MPGe rating is determined, especially as the number of electric cars and plug-in electric hybrids on the roads continues to increase.

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More Natural Gas Fuelling Stations Coming, Honda Civic NG Owners Rejoice

It’s sales are but a drop in the bucket for  Honda, but the Civic GX, recently renamed the NG, might have a chance to grow its market share thanks to efforts by Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to expand U.S. infrastructure for natural gas vehicles.

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Half Of All Vehicles Will Be Hybrids by 2040 – Exxon Mobil

In its annual Outlook, ExxonMobil discusses the future of global energy demands and consumption and in this year’s edition, ExxonMobil believes that half of the vehicles on the road in 2040 will be hybrids.

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Honda Civic GX Natural Gas Wins "2012 Green Car of the Year" Award

The 2011 Green Car of the Year award isn’t going to an electric car or a hybrid. The winner is the Honda Civic GX, a car that has an internal combustion engine, but that doesn’t burn any gasoline at all. That’s because it’s powered by natural gas.

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2012 Green Car of the Year Finalists Announced

Recognized each year at the LA Auto Show, the finalists for the 2012 Green Car of the Year award have been released, spanning the gamut of possible alternative fuel vehicles. The nominee include the Ford Focus Electric, the 2012 Honda Civic Natural Gas, the Mitsubishi i, the Toyota Prius v and the 2012 Volkswagen Passat TDI.

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Cummins Forecasts Spike in Demand for Diesel Engines

The world’s economy stinks, gas is expensive and we’re all watching our wallets closely.

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Natural Gas Powered Honda Civic GX Gets California HOV Access Until 2015

Honda, which is currently the only manufacturer in the United States selling a dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle, might see a significant spike in demand for the Civic GX model. The reason? Honda has announced that the Civic Natural Gas will qualify for the White Clean Air Vehicle decals in California, which will allow access to the HOV lane through January 2015. Those who had Yellow Clean Air Vehicle decals (including the ever-popular Prius) had them expire earlier this month on July 1st, 2011.

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Obama Commits To 'Green-Only' Government Auto Fleet by 2015

An expected announcement today by President Barack Obama will outline the federal government’s commitment to buy only advanced technology vehicles by 2015.

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