Fuel Economy Website

I currently drive a 2005 Pontiac Bonneville, but have lately been seriously considering selling it for a cheaper car (in the $1500 range) just to get rid of my debt. While looking for alternative cars on Craigslist, I started to wonder about the fuel economy of these cars. I came across a neat site that I’d like to share:

www.FuelEconomy.gov

It shows the city and highway gas mileage of all model cars, including emissions and other helpful information. Check it out!

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1 Response to “Fuel Economy Website”


  1. 1 Anonymous December 11, 2008 at 10:31 pm

    Be aware that recently the EPA changed the methodology by which they test cars regarding fuel economy. Prior to the 2008 model year the test replicated driving habits that have since been deemed unrealistic. As of the 2008 model year the tests more accurately represent the way most of us drive. As a rule the pre-2008 model year EPA numbers are around 3 miles per gallon higher than the new figures. Keep this in mind when comparing newer cars with older models.


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