By Jeff Cobb At a time when 25 mpg is average, and 50 mpg is stellar, plug-in electrified vehicles handily leap over these efficiency markers from conventional and regular hybrid cars.
Consisting of both plug-in hybrid and all-electric cars, even the lower-level PEVs boast more than triple the efficiency of average petroleum-burning vehicles, but getting one’s mind wrapped around it has been a challenge for some.
Attempting to make a simplified standard, the EPA has settled on a virtual measurement for electrified vehicles called “miles per gallon equivalent” (MPGe).
In short, if the EPA says an electric car like a Nissan Leaf gets
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