Most Fuel Efficient Cars - Gas prices always seem to be rising, so getting a high MPG vehicle is a good idea for most car buyers. Hybrid sedans and electric vehicles often lead the way
In this review of the most fuel-efficient SUVs based on Consumer Reports' exclusive fuel-economy tests, you'll find out that you don't need to sacrifice fuel economy to get a larger vehicle.
Mercedes-Benz Trucks has launched the most efficient long-haul truck in SA. Globally, the new Actros has achieved a fuel saving of up to seven percent.
When it comes to fuel-efficient cars, Toyota has tons to choose from. For fuel-efficient gas engine models, see which mid-size fuel-efficient car has an EPA-estimated 41 highway MPG plus a best-in-class ten standard airbag system.Or, explore the legendary Toyota gas-efficient compact with an EPA-estimated 36 highway MPG plus the ideal blend of comfort, value, and safety.
As trucks have gotten better and better, so too has their fuel economy incrementally increased. Pickups today are as comfortable and well equipped as passenger cars, more capable of hauling and ...
Fuel efficiency is a form of thermal efficiency, meaning the ratio from effort to result of a process that converts chemical potential energy contained in a carrier into kinetic energy or work.Overall fuel efficiency may vary per device, which in turn may vary per application fuel efficiency, especially fossil fuel power plants or industries dealing with combustion, such as ammonia production ...
Explanation: If you drive a pickup, common sense might lead you to think that opening the tailgate on the road is the more fuel efficient way to go. In fact, the idea that tailgates block airflow and increase drag became widely circulated, and some truck owners intentionally drive with the tailgates ...
Heavy-duty pickup trucks are sold without fuel economy numbers on the window sticker. CR tests show how these work-ready trucks compare with light-duty trucks in a look at pickup truck fuel economy.
The highest-volume vehicle GM sells in North America is a full-size pickup truck—one that likely also contributes outsize profits from each of its hundreds of thousands of units.
Looking for a truck that won't suck your wallet dry at the gas station? Check out our top five fuel efficient trucks that still do the job.