Fuel Economy Fell 0.3 MPG in September, According to Study

Fuel economy bill

- October 9, 2013

Cor­po­rate aver­age fuel econ­o­my in the US for light-duty vehi­cle sales fell 0.3 miles per gal­lon in Sep­tem­ber, accord­ing to the Uni­ver­si­ty of Michi­gan Trans­porta­tion Research Institute’s month­ly report. It has to do with the reduced price of gaso­line, mak­ing fuel-effi­cient vehi­cles less impor­tant to new car shop­pers, accord­ing to one of the university’s researchers. For the past year, fuel econ­o­my has gone up 1.2 mog to an aver­age of 24.7 mpg.

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