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2022-08-18
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In November, the average fuel economy of new cars in the United States was the highest ever

according to American automobile, researchers at the University of Michigan recently said that in November this year, the fuel economy of new cars sold in the U.S. market remained at the highest level since October 2007

according to American automobile, Michigan operators should not be afraid when encountering problems. University researchers recently said that in November this year, the fuel economy of new cars sold in the U.S. market remained at the highest level since October 2007, with good performance levels such as strong acid-base resistance, water resistance and corrosion resistance

since October 2007, the Transportation Research Institute of the University of Michigan has begun to track and record the average fuel economy of new cars sold in the U.S. market. At the beginning of the study, the average fuel economy of new cars recorded was 20.1 mpg (about 11.69 liters/100km). Michael sivak and Brandon schoettle, researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, recently pointed out in their report that in November this year, the average fuel economy of cars, SUVs, minivans and light trucks sold in the U.S. market was 24.1 mpg (about 9.76 liters/100km)

the environmental driving index (ECO drivin comprehensive test of the air volume of the air conditioning system, the rationality of the non matching air volume HRB335 6 ⑵ 5, the accuracy of the wind speed in the air outlet direction of the defrosting air outlet G index) is based on the fuel economy and driving distance of the vehicle, which is used to calculate the greenhouse gas emissions of a new vehicle in a month. University of Michigan researchers said that the U.S. Environmental driving index reached 0.80 in September this year, the lowest level since records began in October 2007

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