Honda Lineup Ranked Most Fuel-Efficient In America

November 23, 2009

Nine automakers sell full lineups in the U.S., and the Environmental Protection Agency has ranked them according to fuel-efficiency. At the top of the EPA's list sits Honda, whose U.S. models average 23.6 miles per gallon; Hyundai (23.4 mpg) and Toyota (23.2 mpg) take home silver and bronze, respectively. At the other end of the spectrum, we find Detroit's Big Three: Ford (20.5 mpg), GM (19.9 mpg), and Chrysler (18.7 mpg). Sounds like Bob Lutz might need to refine Howie's message. [GreenCarReports]

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