Category Archives: Fuel Economy

Peugeot’s New Hybrid Technology Is A Lot Of Hot Air.

And that’s a good thing! Today’s automotive world is obsessed with hybrids, plug-in hybrids and electric cars. All of them have one glaring weakness – the batteries they need to work are heavy and expensive. They also contain lithium, a … Continue reading

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Would YOU Buy A Diesel?

When gasoline prices in America first hit $4.00 per gallon, consumers suddenly started demanding more fuel efficient cars. Gas guzzlers like the Hummer disappeared overnight. Sales of full size trucks and SUV’s plummeted. Manufacturers were desperate to build more fuel … Continue reading

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