ANN ARBOR, MI – As much as automakers and regulators are struggling with wide variances between laboratory testing and real-world emission-test results for vehicles, fuel-economy estimates promulgated by the U.S. EPA are fairly spot on, an EPA official tells attendees at an Automotive Futures conference here. Independent evaluations and consumer reporting show no more than a 2 mpg (0.8 km/L) or 3% difference between real-world driving and the EPA fuel-economy estimates published on ...

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