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EPA reveals top 10 most fuel-efficient cars since 1984, original Honda Insight takes top honors

Top Ten EPA-rated Fuel Sippers (1984 to present) – Click above for image gallery

EPA announces top 10 most fuel-efficient cars, Insight takes top honors

Top Ten EPA-rated Fuel Sippers (1984 to present) – Click above for image gallery

BMW pursuing better acoustics to improve efficiency

Manuel Reichle, Sound engineer, and the BMW 635d – Click above for high-res image gallery

SAE 2010: Affordable technology key to meeting the 2016 CAFE rules

Affordability as the watchword Tuesday as automotive engineers at the SAE World Congress discussed how to meet the new 2016 corporate average fuel economy standards. Automakers will have to get their fleets to an average of 34.1 miles per gallon (35.5 equivalent with other factors for the EPA CO2 limits). Most automakers are already well on their way to this level with their next-generation designs. However, to do it they will

POLL: Over 70% of Americans want 40 MPG to be the law

So we read over this report by the Civil Society Institute that polled U.S. citizens on their support of a federally-mandated increase in fuel efficiency, so that vehicles in the U.S. would achieve over 40 MPG. A mind-boggling 78-percent answered "yes" when asked. However, the questions posed struck us as a little odd, so we though we'd enlist the help of our sage-like readership after you've come out of your Damon Lavrinc