New research from Consumer Reports now shows that many Americans are experiencing the Environmental Protection Agency’s fuel economy estimate in real-world driving.
Toyota developing a new semiconductor chip that will improve the fuel efficiency of its hybrid cars by up to 10 percent.
Drivers want technology to improve their car’s gas mileage as well as make smartphone connectivity easier.
Americans are expected to save an average of $8,000 annually in gas costs by 2025, says the EPA.
If you buy a more expensive, turbocharged car because you think it has better fuel economy, you may be in for a surprise.
Gas is expensive. Here are tips to help you improve gas mileage and fuel efficiency.