The Wards Intelligence Fuel Economy Index found the average window-sticker mpg rating of light vehicles sold in the U.S. in April was 27.6 mpg (8.5 L/100 km), up 4.1% from same-month 2018. First quarter sales volumes were revised and brought down the index results for the period, resulting in the 4-month average being 4.1% higher than prior-year. The paces closely to the record-high improvement seen in 2012 vs 2011, 4.5%. All segments showed year-over-year gains except vans, which recorded ...

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