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Bankrate's 2007 New Car Guide
Going green
Environmental concerns are bringing major changes -- right down to the cars we drive.
Going green
How far can you go?

The answer depends on the size of the tank, your car's fuel efficiency and the way you drive.

Your fuel cost per mile will depend on what kind of fuel you use -- regular or premium -- and how much it costs.

Here's a view of how far you can drive on a tank of gas and how much it will cost calculated to the three highest-mileage vehicles and the three lowest-mileage vehicles in various body styles. Enter the amount you pay for gas and click "submit."

The mileage figures stated are combined city and highway estimates on 2007 model cars as calculated by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under new formulas.

  -- Posted: Aug. 2, 2007
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