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It appears the EPA tweaked the FE rating system which led to decreased numbers for some cars.
2003 GMC Envoy SLE
2014 Dodge Charger Pursuit (State-issued)
2020 Chevrolet Colorado W/T Extended Cab (State-issued)
Details are in this document: https://iaspub.epa.gov/otaqpub/displ...d=34102&flag=1
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I was playing around with the Yaris and figured it still uses a 4 speed, how does royota get away with it?
This thread is a year old... but I thought I'd mention that for some reason the MPG for the 2018 1.8L Sonic 5sp is a bit better than the 2017 1.8L:
33 up to 35mpg highway for the 5 sp...two better than FWD Trax yay! Glad to hear it, but does anyone know why it got better? As near as I can tell, same engine/tranny. Just curious...
Current ride: 2015 Chevy Sonic 1.8L 5sp manual sedan
Previous ride: 1998 Subaru Legacy Wagon AWD 2.2L 5sp manual
Next ride, pre-pandemic: Maybe a 2021 2.0T CT4, weekend car, keep the Sonic as DD
Next ride, post-pandemic: Keep driving the Sonic!
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