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Are you wondering what EPA fuel efficiency is in cars?
While the speed, power, and luxury of a new car are very important in the buying process, the vehicle’s miles per gallon are vital for its lifetime. While the gas mileage numbers are determined by the EPA, there is a list of contributing factors to determine the official gas mileage and they vary. Beginning with the weight of the car and how much power it has. Even if a vehicle is on the heavier side, the tech of the engine could lower the amount of fuel being used in certain situations. EPA ratings usually are better in small vehicles because of their weight in total and aerodynamic appearance. In most cases, these small cars, trucks, and SUVs do not take as much gas to keep them on the road. Something else to consider is vehicle maintenance, making sure the tires have the optimal pressure. All in all, fuel efficiency is important for all vehicles and it takes a lot of effort to make a highly efficient vehicle.
Looking at miles per gallon, there are two results that define the gas mileage, the MPGs in the city and highway. Rear world driving conditions are very different compared to the testing conditions and the overall numbers speak for themselves. Measuring the 2 unique fuel economy ratings shows how driving habits can alter your vehicle’s miles per gallon. Your driving habits will absolutely affect the fuel economy, so providing the two different gas mileage ratings provides a more realistic description of your vehicle. With all the starting and stopping of city driving contrasted with the constant speed of driving on the highway, clearly, driving on the highway should get higher MPGs versus city driving.
How far any car can travel with a full tank of fuel is figured out by the mile per gallon it gets. The size of the car, drivetrain (AWD or RWD), and engine horsepower all play an enormous role in determining the fuel mileage for a vehicle. The numbers favor smaller cars with hybrid models and a low vehicle weight that just barely tips the scales. While fuel mileage can decrease over time, frequent drives and updated maintenance are the simplest ways to keep your fuel economy high.
Nowadays many vehicles have cylinder deactivation and drive modes to preserve fuel. A sporty mode will prioritize a performance-based drive while “Eco” mode prioritizes MPGs. Between cylinder deactivation and driving modes, new cars are more fuel-efficient than ever before.
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