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U.S. Cars on Target to Reach Fuel Economy Goals

According to a report recently released by the EPA, cars sold in the U.S. are, on average, more fuel-efficient than they have ever been.  The ultimate goal is for cars sold to meet a 54.5 miles per gallon standard by 2025.  The report shows cars sold in 2012 averaged 23.6 mpg with Mazda ranking highest for fuel economy with 27.1 mpg.  See how the other automakers ranked.


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