Cars that fall short of EPA fuel econ...

Cars that fall short of EPA fuel economy estimates

There are 3 comments on the Consumer Reports story from Feb 20, 2012, titled Cars that fall short of EPA fuel economy estimates. In it, Consumer Reports reports that:

Last week, we looked at whether cars rated at 40 mpg EPA highway could actually deliver on that estimate in the real world.

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Andrew

United States

#1 Feb 21, 2012
On a flat highway it got me 41.2 mpg 2011 elantra
Andrew

United States

#2 Feb 21, 2012
Andrew wrote:
On a flat highway it got me 41.2 mpg 2011 elantra
On the hills of jersey it gets me about 29mpg
srreilly

Christiana, PA

#3 Feb 21, 2012
2011 elantra gls
York, PA to B-more, MD around 38-42 mpg

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