The Wards Intelligence Fuel Economy Index shows the average window-sticker mpg of light vehicles sold in the U.S. in May was 26.8 mpg (8.8 L/100 km), 1.0% higher than same-month 2018. Although some estimated sales figures for earlier months were revised, the luxury car segment remains the most improved, due to its relatively high saturation of electrified vehicles. The group’s index rating was up 8.5% for the month and 26.8% for the year. The luxury sector was a boon to the result ...

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