Archive for the 'Fuel Economy' Category

Cam Newton had a bad game on Thursday, he completed just 15 of 30 attempted passes en route to a Panthers loss to the Giants. Losing to the defending Superbowl champions isn’t all that embarrassing, but when you lose 36-7, you’re in a pretty hard to defend position even if you are only in your […]

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The 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid will blow all of the other mid sized sedan hybrids out of the water when it launches with 47-mpg city and 47-mpg highway. The 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid hitting 47-mpg in both city and highway ratings is a big deal for Ford, which has lagged behind Toyota in terms of […]

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Honda has announced that the 2013 Accord will be rated at 36 miles per gallon. The Accord’s 27-mpg city, 36-mpg highway rating (Just one mpg shy of the Civic’s 39-mpg rating. comes when the four-cylinder engine and optional CVT transmission are paired together, but the other engine and transmission choices also result in some impressive […]

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The 2013 Nissan Sentra has been revealed, and the new model seems ready to compete where the outgoing one couldn’t. The new Sentra will get 40-mpg highway in the gas-sipping-special FE+ model and 39-mpg highway in other models. The 2013 Sentra’s fuel economy comes thanks to a new 1.8-liter engine with 130-hp and an upgraded […]

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The Buick Regal will come standard with eAssist, GM’s electric-assisted fuel economy technology, starting with the 2013 model year. The eAssist technology, which bumps fuel economy by six miles per gallon city and four highway, will add about $2,000 to the base 2013 Buick Regal’s price, bringing the starting price to $29,015. The 2013 Regal […]

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The sportiest version of the new Chevy Sonic, the Sonic RS, will start at $20,995 with a six-speed manual or $22,280 with an automatic transmission. The RS loads the Sonic up with a turbocharged engine, sports suspension, big brakes and other go-fast options. At over $600 more than a base Sonic, which starts at $14,200, […]

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The 2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid will get 47-mpg when it goes on sale later this year starting at $25,200. That’s 47-mpg city as well as 47-mpg highway, and unsurprisingly: 47-mpg combined. Normally Hybrids get much better fuel economy in the city, but it looks like Ford engineered the C-Max to accommodate most American’s highway habits […]

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Mazda has revealed the 2014 Mazda6 and with it some details about the changes to the midsize car. The 2014 Mazda6 will be on display at the 2012 Moscow Motor Show from August 29 to September 9. Mazda has not announced all of the 6’s specs yet, but will be holding a press conference at […]

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The 2013 Chevy Spark will get 37 miles to the gallon. If that doesn’t sound impressive to you, it’s because it isn’t. The Spark is a tiny car, powered by a super tiny engine, so why doesn’t it match the larger Chevy Cruze and Sonic in mpgs? The Sonic has received an official EPA rating […]

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The 2013 Ford Fusion will have Ford’s Auto-Stop-Start system when it goes on sale this year. The stop-start system turns off the Fusion’s engine whenever the vehicle is stopped at a red light or in traffic so that it doesn’t waste gas idling. The Auto-Start-Stop feature will cost just $295 on the Fusion and will […]

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