Average Fuel Economy Rose Almost 3 MPG In 4 Years

Thanks to a combination of rising gas prices, new government regulations, and a revitalized auto industry, the average fuel economy of American cars has risen by 2.9 MPG in since 2008. This fuel economy turnaround is good news for the country, and the auto industry, which for decades has been weary of selling a car on the merits of its gas mileage.

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It's Not Just the Chevy Volt that is Setting Records—So is the Chevy Cruze Eco

Two Australian professional hypermilers have broken the record for highest fuel economy in a cross country drive thought all 48 connected States– and they did it in a Chevy Cruze Eco, managing to get an average of 64.42 mpg.

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