Fuel Consumption Comparison:US vs. European Minivans
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A Green Auto is a vehicle that does its job more efficiently. In every vehicle category there are cars ranging from less efficient to more efficient and it is the mission of this "GreenAutoChoice.com" site to provide information about the green choices available for every need.

Fuel consumption is not only an environmental issue. Increasingly, it is an economic one, too, not to mention political and strategic connotations. If you have a car that burns less fuel, then, you are getting more out of your every drop of fuel and every cent. It makes sense in every way.

Here, you will find information about green autos, green choices in selecting your new car and how to get the most mpg from your vehicle. Information about the fuel consumptions of cars in every passenger vehicle class from SUV's to mini-compact cars, from cars running on gas to hybrids and diesels are given. EPA classifications are used for the categories.

Fuel economies of all US passenger vehicles, listed from best to worse MPG (MY 2009)

You can find autos listed in every class according to their fuel consumptions. From highest mpg to lowest mpg, all the vehicles are listed with their EPA miles per gallon ratings in city and highway driving. 2009 model year vehicles.

  • Two-Seaters (Smart ForTwo, Pontiac Solstice, Saturn Sky, Mercedes-Benz SLK300, etc.),
  • Minicompact Cars (Mini Cooper, Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, Volkswagen New Beetle, etc.),
  • Subcompact Cars (Toyota Yaris, Honda Fit, Pontiac G3 Wave, Scion xD, etc.)
  • Compact Cars (Honda Civic, Volkswagen Jetta, Toyota Corolla, Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent. etc.)
  • Midsize Cars (Toyota Prius, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, Saturn Aura, Hyundai Elantra, Chevrolet Malibu etc.)
  • Large Cars (Hyundai Sonata, Honda Accord, Chevrolet Impala, Toyota Avalon, Ford Taurus, Buick Lucerne etc.)
  • Station Wagons (VW Jetta, Honda Fit etc.)
  • Pickup Trucks (Small 2WD, 4WD), (Standard 2WD, 4WD) (Ford Ranger, Mazda B2300, Toyota Tacoma etc.)
  • Minivans (Mazda 5, Chrysler Town & Country, Honda Odyssey etc.)
  • SUVs (2WD, 4WD) (Ford Escape, Mercury Mariner, Mazda Tribute, Toyota Highlander, Jeep Compass, etc.)

Technical Specifications and Green Comments for Acura Models: Power ratings, fuel consumptions and general "green" comments about models. What can these models do to get better mpg, what about the better gearboxes and engines that can be used, or alternatives?
Acura TSX rear view
See tech specs >>: - Acura MDX - Acura RDX
- Acura TSX - Acura TL - Acura RL

Fuel Saving Tips from GreenAutoChoice.com
There many things you can do to improve the mileage of your vehicle. These tips will help you get more miles out of your every gallon.
From tire pressure to ventilation and air-conditioning, from selecting the right gear to going uphill or downhill, from city driving to highway driving, the trip computer and the cruise control, these tips will help you get better mpg everyday.  more..


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