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EVs dominate list of efficient cars in ORNL 2022 Fuel Economy Guide

Green Car Congress

The 2022 Fuel Economy Guide, released by ORNL for the DOE/EPA fueleconomy.gov website, provides up-to-date information on fuel economy, environmental and safety data, so consumers can choose the most fuel-efficient vehicle that meets their needs. Credit: Andrew Sproles/ORNL, U.S.

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Review: 2025 Honda Civic Hybrid achieves Prius-like fuel economy

Green Car Reports

The latest Honda Civic Hybrid is quicker, quieter, and more pleasant than non-hybrid Civics The 2025 Honda Civic Hybrid will cost $29,845 when it goes on sale June 19 2025 Civic Hybrids are expected to have EPA fuel economy ratings of 50 mpg city, 47 highway, and 49 combined Buyers looking for excellent fuel economy no longer need to buy a Toyota.

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Actual fuel economy of cars and light trucks: 1966-2019

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vehicle fuel economy. Specifically, this study examines actual fuel economy of cars and light trucks (pickup trucks, SUVs, and vans) from 1966 through 2019. (My Calculated vehicle fuel economy is available going back to 1923. This is the latest of my occasional updates on long-term trends in U.S. 8 years.

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U.S. regulator launches loosened fuel economy standards

Teslarati

safety regulator has officially launched more relaxed fuel economy standards, following a similar move from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made a few months ago. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has officially announced new fuel standards requiring an average fleet fuel economy of 50.4

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USDOT Finalizes New Fuel Economy Standards for Model Years 2027–2031

CleanTechnica EVs

Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration yesterday issued new vehicle fuel economy standards that will save Americans more than $23 billion in fuel costs while reducing.

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Actual fuel economy of cars and light trucks: 1966-2017

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vehicle fuel economy. Specifically, this study examines actual fuel economy of cars and light trucks (pickup trucks, SUVs, and vans) from 1966 through 2017. Calculated vehicle fuel economy is available going back to 1923. This is the latest of my occasional updates on retrospective, long-term trends in U.S.

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Study estimates fuel economy improvements to US light-duty vehicles from 1975–2018 saved 2T gallons of fuel, 17B tons of CO2

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A team from the University of Tennessee and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has the fuel savings due to fuel economy improvements over the past 43 years amount to approximately two trillion gallons of gasoline. Also since 1975, light-duty vehicle travel increased by 134% while fuel use increased by only 37%.