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From this WSJ article (reg. required).
Never mind that it’s a backdoor bailout. Think of it as a bubble in new Dodge Durangos.
What are they using for milage (city, Hywy, avg)?
They use a combined city/highway fuel economy rate. Part of the program stipulated that that NHTSA post on the web a comprehensive list of vehicles that qualify. To find it, go to http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/sbs.htm and click on the model year of your vehicle, the make, and then the model. Under the words “ESTIMATED NEW EPA MPG” in the red banner, there is a red number with the word “COMBINED” under it. You can then enter the details re: of a new vehicle you may want to buy and see its combined MPG for comparison.
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