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The average fuel economy of new cars sold has increased over the years but not without minor setbacks, and June’s average window sticker was one of them, declining 0.1 mpg to 25.4 mpg. This tick backwards was documented by researchers Michael Sivak, Ph.D. and Brandon Schoettle of the Sustainable Worldwide Transportation University of Michigan Transportation […]

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Progress on the vehicle efficiency front is happening slowly, but it is happening, and last month a new average high of 24.9 mpg based upon window stickers was reached for passenger vehicles sold in the U.S., and emissions are improving as well. According to the University of Michigan Eco-Driving Index (EDI), as of June (latest […]

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