Fuel Efficiency

New-Car Fuel Economy Has Risen 23% Since 2007
Richard Read By Richard Read

New-Car Fuel Economy Has Risen 23% Since 2007

12/05/2013

When the folks at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute first began tracking the average fuel economy of new cars sold in the U.S., it was 20.1 mpg. That was in October 2007. Six years and one month later, researchers Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle are happy to report...

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