US Fleet Fuel Economy Hit Record High in Model Year 2016

By Evan Williams U.S. fuel economy hit a record high in 2016 and is expected to repeat that in 2017, according to the U.S> Environmental Protection Agency.
The EPA’s Light-Duty Automotive Technology, Carbon Dioxide Emissions, and Fuel Economy Trends: 1975-2017 and Manufacturer Performance reports look at real-world fuel economy, tech trends, and CO2 emissions for vehicles sold in the U.S. The manufacturer report covers compliance by individual automakers with greenhouse gas emissions standards.
While 2016 set a record, the improvement over 2015 was small. Emissions of CO2 fell by 2 grams per mile, and fuel economy was up just 0.1 miles per gallon. The average

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