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20Chevrolet introduces new Ecologic window sticker, coming first to Sonic

At the Washington Auto Show today, Chevrolet introduced a sticker.

AddChevrolet introduces new Ecologic window sticker, coming first to Sonic

At the Washington Auto Show today, Chevrolet introduced a sticker.

AddDealers flunk the EPA: NADA not happy with proposed fuel economy letter grades

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its proposals for new fuel economy labels and the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) has responded with a thumbs down. Specifically, NADA is unhappy with the proposed letter grades that would indicate where the labeled vehicle stands relative to its direct competitors. NADA is concerned that the new grades would confuse consumers, especially when comparing different fuel types. This is a dubious argument.

AddEPA still not settled on MPG labels for plug-ins, Volt unlikely to get 230 mpg

Last week at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress in Detroit, we spoke with Dr. Pete Savagian of General Motors about what the Chevrolet Volt's fuel economy sticker would look like. Last summer, former GM CEO Fritz Henderson made a big splash when he announced that the Volt was getting approximately 230 miles per gallon combined. However, that number was based on a draft proposal by the EPA for a testing methodology for plug-in vehicles.

39EPA still not settled on MPG labels for plug-ins, Volt unlikely to get 230 mpg

Last week at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress in Detroit, we spoke with Dr. Pete Savagian of General Motors about what the Chevrolet Volt's fuel economy sticker would look like. Last summer former GM CEO Fritz Henderson made a big splash when he announced that the Volt was getting approximately 230 miles-per-gallon combined. However, that number was based on a draft proposal by the EPA for a testing methodology for plug-in vehicles.

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