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Fuel Economy And Average Vehicle Cost Vary Significantly

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Fuel Economy And Average Vehicle Cost Vary Significantly w vehicle CO2 emissions fell by 2 grams per mile to a record low, and fuel economy increased 0.1 miles per gallon to a record high. The final MY 2016 adjusted, real world CO2 emissions rate for all new personal vehicles is 359 g/mi, which is a 2 g/mi decrease from MY 2015 and the lowest level ever.

Fuel economy in automobiles. In more recent studies, the average fuel economy for new passenger car in the United States rose from 17 mpg in 1978 to more than 22 mpg in 1982. The average fuel economy in 2008 for new cars, light trucks and SUVs in the United States was 26.4 mpgUS (8.9 L/100 km).

 

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Highlights of co2 and fuel economy trends. Average new vehicle CO2 emissions fell by 2 grams per mile to a record low, and fuel economy increased 0.1 miles per gallon to a record high. The final MY 2016 adjusted, real world CO2 emissions rate for all new personal vehicles is 359 g/mi, which is a 2 g/mi decrease from MY 2015 and the lowest level ever.

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