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Category Archives: Fuel Economy

Family-friendly Used Cars That Get at Least 30 MPG Combined

Since gas prices are relatively low, fuel economy isn’t the hot-button issue it once was for many car shoppers. However, all other things being equal, you’ll always save money by choosing the most fuel-efficient vehicle available, and fuel economy should be a top priority if you’re a budget-conscious car buyer. This is especially true when … Continue reading Family-friendly Used Cars That Get at Least 30 MPG Combined

All-time Fuel Mileage King: 2016 Toyota Prius

Consumer Reports announces a new fuel efficiency champion. When it comes to fuel efficiency, no gasoline or diesel model ever built outperforms the all-new 2016 Toyota Prius. Such were the findings of Consumer Reports following the non-profit organization’s internal testing of the hybrid, which achieved 52 mpg overall, besting the previous record-holding 2000 Honda Insight … Continue reading All-time Fuel Mileage King: 2016 Toyota Prius

Making a Case for the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Turbodiesel

General Motors’ midsize pickup trucks have shaken the segment, arriving on the market in 2015 following a three-year hiatus. Demand for the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon has exceeded expectations and a new turbodiesel engine will likely stoke that interest further. EPA-Certified Turbodiesel Engine The EPA recently approved GM’s turbodiesel 2.8-liter four-cylinder engine for sale, … Continue reading Making a Case for the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Turbodiesel

Going Green: Cars with the Smallest Carbon Footprint

Every individual on the planet consumes precious resources. In doing so carbon dioxide and various carbon compounds are emitted. Scientists contend those emissions, also known as greenhouse gases, impact the environment, leading to climate change and a host of related problems. The amount of carbon used by businesses, products and people is known as a … Continue reading Going Green: Cars with the Smallest Carbon Footprint

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