Entries Tagged as MPG

Just Released - 2021 Fuel Economy Guide!

December 15, 2020

     DOE and EPA have released the 2021 Fuel Economy Guide. The Guide provides detailed fuel economy estimates for model year 2021 light-duty vehicles, along with estimated annual fuel costs and other information for prospective car buyers. The online guide is updated weekly to include data for new vehicles. 

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Tags: CNG · Electric · Ethanol · Hybrid · LPG · MPG · Propane · VEHICLES

US Plug-in Electric Vehicle List - May Update

May 08, 2020


Check out the latest (May 2020) list of Plug-In Electric Vehicles (PHEV) and Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) which is updated monthly by Jukka Kukkonen, at Shift2Electric, a Minnesota EV business consulting and training company.

You will see all the vehicle details: photos of models by manufacturer, MSRP before and after available Federal Tax Credits, Total Range of the vehicle, Charging times and more. Click HERE for list.

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2018 Fuel Economy Guide Now Available

December 20, 2017

Just in time for the New Year, the 2018 Fuel Economy Guide is now available at FuelEconomy.gov. The guide is published annually by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with data on current model year (MY) vehicles. This recent EERE blog highlights this year's guide.

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Tags: Biodiesel · CNG · E85 Ethanol · Electric · Emissions · Ethanol · Hybrid · Hydrogen · MPG · Propane · VEHICLES

2017 Top Ten Most Fuel Efficient Light Vehicles

December 28, 2016

According to the Fueleconomy.gov website, the list of the top ten most fuel efficient light vehicles includes nine electric vehicles (EV) and one plug-in hybrid-electric vehicle (PHEV).  Electric vehicle fuel economy is measured in miles per gallon equivalent, or MPGe, where 33.7 kilowatt-hours of electricity is equal to one gallon of gasoline. See entire list

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Tags: Electric · MPG · VEHICLES

November Question of the Month....Answered

November 21, 2016

Question of the Month: How are conventional light-duty vehicle fuel economy ratings determined and reported?

Answer: It’s important to understand the who, what, when, where, and why (and how!) of fuel economy testing and labeling. In particular, you may be interested in the recent changes described below (see “When” section).


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