Hybrids, electric vehicles, diesels and even fuel-cell vehicles are on their way to a new-car showroom near you. Here's our list of 43 new cars and utility vehicles you might be driving by 2015.
Plenty of cars advertise that they get 40 mpg, but what kind of mpg do they get in the real world? Fuel Sipper Smackdown 2012 puts six cars to the test for 700 miles to find out.
Is that vehicle you're thinking of buying a fuel sipper or a gas hog? Here's where you can find a car's mpg score.
Fuel economy gauges can be valuable tools for raising gas-consumption awareness. Unfortunately, they say your miles per gallon are higher than they actually are.
Electric car charging costs are something more and more people must grapple with as plug-in car selections grow. Here's how to keep these expenses to a minimum.
Aerodynamic design is increasing in importance as automakers pursue greater fuel efficiency. But don't expect big changes in appearance, as the focus is on unseen details that you might find surprising.
Stop-start systems can provide meaningful fuel economy improvements at low initial cost. Expect them to proliferate in coming years.
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