If you haven’t been in the market for a new car or truck recently, it’s possible you have missed a big change in how automobile manufacturers are addressing the fuel economy and emissions problem. In addition to SUVs boasting greater fuel economy, start/stop technology is a new standard feature on a growing number of U.S.-produced automobiles. …
Whether you’re buying a truck, an SUV, or a sedan, a car’s fuel economy is one of the most important things to consider. A more fuel-efficient vehicle simply means more savings in the long run. That’s why, according to a new report, the average fuel economy of a car has been rising for over a decade. What the study …
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