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"The average fuel economy of new vehicles sold in the U.S. last month was 25.4 miles per gallon — an increase of 5.3 mpg since October 2007. "
Fuel economy increasing and emissions decreasing for new vehicle buyers (Detroit Free Press)
Putting challenges in front of automakers has, historically, produced a much better automobile.
The average fuel economy of cars, light trucks, vans and SUVs purchased in the United States in May was 25.6 mpg, a 0.4 mpg improvement over the previous month, according to the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
This marks the highest average mpg capability ever, topping the previous record -- 25.2 mpg in March -- by 0.2 mpg, the research institute said in a statement this week. The average is up 5.5 mpg from October 2007, the first full month of monitoring by the institute.
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