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Fuel-efficient Vehicles

Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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  • Congress must accelerate Highway Trust Fund solutions

    The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Monday, July 14: Congress has roused itself, at the last minute, and now is scrambling to save the Highway Trust Fund. Better late than never. Better still will be if lawmakers agree to come up...
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    Fifty miles a gallon. It was an unattainable goal for years, but two new small cars pave the road for many vehicles to hit that magic number. The three-star 2015 Volkswagen Golf TDI hatchback and four-star 2014 Ford Fiesta SFE hatchback deliver comfort,...
  • Alcoa Aluminum Fan Blade Deal Announced

    Pratt & Whitney and Alcoa announced Monday at the Farnborough Airshow that Alcoa will forge the first-ever aluminum alloy fan blade in a jet engine. Typically, fan blades have been made from titanium. General Electric is developing ceramic composite...
  • Auto review: 2014 Civic Hybrid has improved fuel economy

    Another fuel-sipping alternative is available to motorists weary of yo-yo pump prices: the gasoline-electric hybrid version of Honda's popular Civic compact sedan. It's affordable, too, as far as hybrid cars go: 2014 prices begin at $24,635 (plus $790...
  • Motoring Q&A: Opening your car door in a crisis

    QUESTION: I was shocked to see a news broadcast of a man whose car caught fire and he couldn't get out because the electric door locks were inoperative. He was saved because someone was able to bend the top of the door and break the glass to pull him out....
  • A temporary patch [Editorial]

    A temporary patch  [Editorial]
    In the world of highway repairs, the term "cold patch" refers to an asphalt mix that's used to temporarily fill potholes. Congress appears to be inching slowly toward its own version of a cold patch that would maintain funding for highway and transit...
  • Why Elon Musk is right about batteries being the future of automobiles

     
    Filed under: EV/Plug-in, AutoblogGreen Exclusive, China Recently, I visited the China International Battery Fair in Shenzhen. This is perhaps the largest battery show in the world, with over 980 exhibitors covering three-quarter of a million square feet....
  • Saudi Arabia may institute higher fuel economy standards; keep 45-cent/gallon gas

     
    Filed under: Government/Legal, Middle East When it comes to global oil production, Saudi Arabia is one of the absolute leaders, producing nearly 10 million barrels of crude every day. That means it can offer its citizens gas prices of about 45 cents per...
  • GM pickup trucks to get 8-speed transmissions

    General Motors plans to incorporate 8-speed automatic transmissions into some of its 2015 full-size pickup trucks and SUVs, an important upgrade as the industry awaits Ford's aluminum F-150 pickup later this year. GM said today that the 6.2-liter, 8-...
  • Revised Steele Road Apartment Plan Presented

    Revised Steele Road Apartment Plan Presented
    WEST HARTFORD — Developers detailed revisions to a proposed apartment construction plan on Steele Road Thursday. But of the approximately 50 residents who attended the informal informational meeting, none expressed support for the scaled-back...
  • Bugatti Veyron hybrid successor rumors surface anew

     
    Filed under: Coupe, Hybrid, Performance, Supercars, Bugatti If you had told us when the Bugatti Veyron debuted nine years ago that its successor would be a hybrid, we would have responded that you were out to lunch. In fact, we didn't quite believe it two...