2017 Chrysler Pacifica achieves 84 mpg fuel consumption

2017 Chrysler Pacifica achieves 84 mpg fuel consumption

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Chrysler hopes that the new Pacifica Hybrid will appeal to customers who want a very economic family car. So they needed the EPA verdict when it comes to fuel consumption levels.

Honda Accord Hybrid enters production

Honda Accord Hybrid enters production

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With the first models rolling off the Marysville, Ohio assembly line today, the all-new 2014 Accord Hybrid will carry an EPA fuel economy1 rating of 50 mpg in city driving, making it the new leader in gasoline fuel-economy ratings among 4-door sedans. Set to go on sale at Honda dealerships nationwide later this year, the 2014 Accord Hybrid’s city fuel-economy rating is three miles per gallon higher than the closest segment competitor and its calculated driving range of 673 miles is more than 46 miles3 farther than any vehicle in its segment.

2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid fuel consumption

2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid fuel consumption

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The Japanese company has announced the 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid fuel consumption figures, and the first production hybrid performance luxury sedan has been rated by EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) at 32 mpg on the highway.

The 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid consumption figures also indicate that this 350 HP model returns 29 mpg in the city, which means its combined fuel economy is 29 mpg.

Lexus CT 200h consumption figures

Lexus CT 200h consumption figures

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13 Sep 2010
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The Japanese car manufacturer has announced the Lexus CT 200h consumption figures.

The Lexus CT 200h is competing in the premium hatch segment and besides a refined designed with high-quality materials at both the exterior and interior, the car also comes with impressive fuel consumption figures.

Porsche Panamera improves fuel consumption

Porsche Panamera improves fuel consumption

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Stuttgart’s Porsche Panamera is entering the second production year so to further enhance the model, the automaker is now offering a series of new options that help improve fuel consumption.

These particular options are te new brake energy recuperation system that will come as standard on the Porsche Panamera, and the optional 19 inch all-season tires that enable the 4-door sports car to reduce fuel consumption by 0.9-litres per 100 Km. This means the top ranging Porsche Panamera that packs 500 HP will need 11.3-litres (25 mpg) to cover 100 Km, instead of 12.2-litres as before (23.2 mpg).