Gaming the system.
It’s common knowledge that drivers with a lead foot tend to use more gas, but now we know how much it actually costs.
[credit provider=”Toyota” url=”http://www.toyota.com/priusv/photo-gallery.html#!photos/1/”] Are you in the market for a hybrid car?You probably want great gas mileage, without switching to diesel fuel, or taking the next step into plug-in vehicles.
[credit provider=”Youtube/TuttoGreenVideo” url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUdfIRBAOy8″] Those in love know the sensation of walking on air. So perhaps it’s no surprise that the romantic French would develop a car that gets amazing gas mileage by running on air.French automaker Peugeot Citroen‘s latest automotive innovation — named “Hybrid Air” — operates on compressed air, […]
[credit provider=”simplerich on flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/simplerich/3582678748/”] Cars averaging 23.8 mpg don’t usually get much coverage on GreenCarReports — they simply aren’t that green.In this instance though, that gas mileage figure doesn’t refer to a particular car — it refers to every car sold in 2012.
[credit provider=”Chrysler”] It’s the electric car Chrysler and Fiat don’t really want to make, but that isn’t to say the 2013 Fiat 500e is a half-hearted attempt.On numbers alone, quite the opposite. Chrysler has announced the 500e’s EPA efficiency figures, and both range and highway efficiency are class-leading.
The average fuel economy of cars in America hit 23.5 miles per gallon, the highest figure ever recorded, according to the University of Michigan.
[credit provider=”Ford Motor Company”] As gas prices fluctuate between $3 and $4, car buyers continue to seek relief at the pump by focusing on cars with high fuel-efficiency.But unlike in recent years, in which hybrids were considered the best bets for consumers wanting high fuel economy, auto observers are now […]
[credit provider=”Courtesy Ford”] How small is too small, when it comes to engines?Those of the “no replacement for displacement” school of thought might be thinking more about performance than they are gas mileage, but at what point does downsizing actually start to harm gas mileage, rather than help it?