Vehicle Fuel Economy Falls Again In MayFor the second straight month, fuel economy of all new vehicles sold in the United States fell by 0.2 mpg, likely reflecting a slight drop in gas prices, say researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
Sensors Inc. Technology At Work In New 'Real World' MPGSaline-based Sensors Inc. announced Wednesday that England's Emissions Analytics Ltd. has produced real-world fuel economy and emissions figures for dozens of leading car models using Semtech-DS, Sensors' laboratory-grade emissions measurement system.
Fuel Economy Slipped As Gas Prices Dipped: UM StudyAfter recently topping 24 miles per gallon for the first time ever, fuel economy of all new vehicles sold in the United States slipped back below that mark last month, say researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
UM: Gas Mileage Of New Vehicles At All Time HighFuel economy of all new vehicles sold in the United States last month was at its highest mark ever, researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute announced Monday.
Ford To Triple EcoBoost Vehicle Production Capacity In 2012Now that record sales of 127,883 EcoBoost-equipped vehicles in 2011 are on the books, Ford aims to more than triple production capacity of cars, utilities and trucks using this fuel-efficient technology.
Analysis: Mich. Households To Save $240 Under Higher MPG StandardsA new analysis shows that new fuel economy standards will save Americans billions of dollars at the pump.
Fuel Economy Of New Vehicles Still At Lowest Point In The Past YearFor the second straight month, the average fuel economy of all new vehicles sold in the United States remained at the lowest point of the past year, according to a researcher at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
Investor Group: 54.5 MPG Means 484,000 JobsCeres, a Boston-based national coalition of investors and public-interest organizations, has released “More Jobs Per Gallon,” an economic analysis by the independent firm Management Information Services that shows that higher vehicle mileage requirements mean more jobs in automotive R&D

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