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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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Top U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Articles

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  • Honda Civic HF and Natural Gas

    Honda Civic HF and Natural Gas
    By Jim MacPherson When asked which cars get the best fuel economy, most people immediately think of gas-electric hybrids. There’s good reason for this, as compact and midsize hybrids produce outstanding EPA fuel economy numbers. Honda has two...
  • Range Rover Sport

    Range Rover Sport
    By Jim MacPherson Logic suggests that vehicles such as the Range Rover Sport might be facing some challenges in this underwhelming economy. So much for logic. Sales of these $60,000 plus vehicles are setting records, with volume up nearly 40 percent...
  • Mini Cooper Coupe

    Mini Cooper Coupe
    By Jim MacPherson It might be hard to believe, but there are people who think the Mini hardtop is too big. Think about that. A car named Mini isn’t small enough. Never one to ignore a potential new market, Mini has responded with the Mini Cooper...
  • Dodge Charger

    Dodge Charger
    There has been a lot of good news for Chrysler, maker of Dodge cars and trucks, over the last year. Sales for 2011 are up 25 percent, well ahead of the 15 percent increase in the overall market. And in November, sales rose 43 percent, while the market was...
  • Hyundai Accent

    Hyundai Accent
    By Jim MacPherson For decades most low-budget models never let you forget that you scrimped big time on car shopping. Even now, not everyone has adjusted to the idea that inexpensive small cars don’t need to feel cheap. Fortunately, there's...
  • Ford F-150

    Ford F-150
    Ford F-150 Americans love the underdog, yet also admire top performers. The Ford F-Series truck line is clearly in the latter group. These trucks have been the nation’s bestselling vehicles since 1982 and the best selling trucks in this country for...
  • Buick LaCrosse

    Buick LaCrosse
    By Jim MacPherson A quick glance at the Buick LaCrosse will reveal none of the significant changes that have taken place for 2012. The styling remains the same; it’s what’s under the hood that’s new. The more traditional drivetrain...
  • Toyota Camry

    Toyota Camry
    By Jim MacPherson Redesigning a vehicle that has long been a market leader is fraught with danger. Even the best automakers have been known to come up with a replacement that falls short of the performance and appeal of the previous model. But this...
  • Acura RDX

    By Paula MacPherson The new 2013 Acura RDX seemed large when sitting in our garage. I called it a big bruiser at first, but it didn’t seem all that big once I began driving it. ¬†While on the road, it’s easily managed and thoroughly pleasant....
  • Volkswagen Beetle

    Volkswagen Beetle
    By Jim MacPherson The original Volkswagen Beetle became an icon even before its production ceased in 2003. When the end finally came, over 21 million cars had been sold using variations of the original platform. Beetle sedan sales ended in the United...
  • Chrysler 300

    By Jim MacPherson The 300 has played many roles in the Chrysler lineup. Originally, the 300 letter-series cars were fire-breathing, high performance models that offered power, speed and handling no other Chrysler – and few competitors – could...