29 Aug '16, 11am

Three big automaker myths about CAFE: busted by Consumers Union

Stephen Edelstein 1,271 views Aug 29, 2016 Fuel gauge Enlarge Photo The recent release of a "Technical Assessment Report" on automakers' efforts to meet Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards has kicked off a debate over whether those standards should be lowered. The report indicated that carmakers might fall slightly short of the goal of an average 54.5 mpg (or about 38 mpg on window stickers) for vehicles sold in the U.S. by 2025. While carmakers are technologically capable of meeting the 54.5-mpg goal, a combination of low gas prices and high SUV sales might cause them to miss the mark, the report concluded. DON'T MISS: Battle over CAFE standards begins now: will they change for 2022-2025? Since the report's release last month, automaker lobbyists have latched onto that conclusion as they argue that the current CAFE mandate is unrealistic. But much of what they...

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