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New Fuel Economy
EPA has issued new test methods to
determine the fuel economy estimates (city and highway) that
appear on the window stickers of all new cars and light trucks
sold in the U.S., beginning with 2008 models.This page describes
the revised fuel economy label that will appear on window
stickers and provides the basic fuel economy estimates. For
comparison, you can see the previous fuel economy label for cars
and light trucks sold before model year 2008 displayed at the
bottom of the page.
New Fuel Economy
Thenew, improved features of the
label are listed below:
1. New Methods: The label shows the
estimated city MPG at the top left, and highway MPG at the top
right. The estimates on 2008 and later models are determined
using new, more realistic methods. During the transition year,
comparison shoppers should compare models that are built in the
same model year, so compare 2007 models to 2007 models, etc.
2. Estimated Annual Fuel Costs: The center
of the label provides estimated annual fuel costs based on a
given number of miles and fuel price, also listed on the label.
Use this information to estimate fuel costs for this vehicle, and
to compare fuel costs across different models.
3. Expected City Range: Estimated city MPG
range appears at the top left, under the main city MPG estimated
number. Most drivers can expect to achieve city fuel economy
within this range.
4. Expected Highway Range: Estimated
highway MPG range appears at the top left, under the main highway
MPG estimated number. Most drivers can expect to achieve highway
fuel economy within this range.
5. Compare to Other Vehicles: The lower
center of the label gives a combined city/highway estimate for
that vehicle, and shows where that value falls on a bar scale
that gives the highest and lowest fuel economy of all other
vehicles in its class (e.g. SUVs, minivans, compact cars, etc).
Use this information to compare the fuel economy of this vehicle
to all others within its class.
6. Your actual mileage will vary: The label
includes a reminder that there are many reasons why your actual
fuel economy may vary from the estimates. See www.fueleconomy.gov
for fuel-saving tips.
7. For more information: The label provides
a Web address where you can find out more information. See the
FREE Fuel Economy Guide at dealers or online at www.fueleconomy.gov.
Old Fuel Economy