2003 Subaru Impreza

Top 15 Fuel Efficient Used Cars under $5,000

For a lot of People in america some type of automobile is not only a luxury: it’s essential necessity. Based on the US Census Bureau, the typical American faces a nearly one-hour commute round trip to reach their workplace from home every single day, and can spend normally nearly 40 hrs stuck in traffic each year. Individuals in the Bay […]

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Top 5 Tips For Electric and Hybrid Vehicles to Maximize Efficiency

Maintain Your Car While electric cars need less maintenance than gasoline ones, poor upkeep can have the same detrimental effect on efficiency, regardless of fuel type. Make sure you’ve been following manufacturer-suggested service intervals for your car, and perform weekly checks on things like coolant levels and tire pressures. While electric cars don’t have an engine to keep cool, many […]

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Nissan Leaf

2016 Nissan LEAF

For the 2016 model year, LEAF adds a number of significant enhancements – beginning with a new 30 kWh battery for LEAF SV and LEAF SL models that delivers an EPA-estimated driving range of 107 miles* on a fully charged battery. The range of a LEAF S model is 84 miles, giving buyers a choice in affordability and range.

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1971 Datsun 1200 Coupe

The 1970–1973 Datsun 1200 was a key car in the Datsun (now Nissan) lineup. This new model was slightly larger in all dimensions to match its market rival, the equally popular Toyota Corolla. To it’s credit the Datsun 1200 was the most fuel-efficient vehicle in the United States in 1973, it was rated at 28.7 mpg-US in combined driving. It […]

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Honda CVCC

Revolutionary 1973 Honda CVCC

Honda had thrusted their way onto the American Auto scene with the 1973 Honda CVCC, “CVCC,” an acronym for “Compound Vortex Controlled Combustion.” The car eventually evolved into the Civic, on of Honda’s best selling car lines of all time. This car essentially replaced the N600, with double the displacement and increased length, width, height and wheelbase. October 11, 1972, […]

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Toyota 2016 Prius

The 2016 Toyota Prius is all new this year sporting a newer edgier look. Nearly two decades before “disrupting” became a good thing to do, Toyota did it to the auto industry by launching the world’s first mass production gasoline/electric hybrid vehicle, the Prius. After selling more than 3.5 million worldwide and helping steer the industry toward hybridization, Toyota is […]

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Repeal World Record for VW Diesel TDI?

Should the Guinness Record for “Lowest fuel consumption – 48 US States (non-hybrid car)“, be nullified? In light of what was revealed by VW in the news recently will this award still be valid? It seams to me that the rules were bent using software which switched the regulatory emissions restrictions off. Is this just “over-hypermiling?” I don’t think so! It […]

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