Europe’s tougher new emissions, fuel-economy tests should be closer to real-world results

By [email protected] (John Voelcker) Fuel-economy ratings for cars sold in Europe have long been wildly unrealistic, sometimes more than 30 percent more optimistic than real-world consumption figures. Today, that will change. As of September 1, two new and more stringent testing regimes are to be used for certifying new vehicles going on sale in European Union countries. DON’T MISS…

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