Kbb.com Applauds Hyundai for High Fuel Economy, Low Emissions

At a time when gasoline prices are staying steady around $4/per gallon and people around the world are becoming more environmentally-conscious, auto brands that focus on these issues are the brands that will attract the highest numbers of buyers. South Korean auto brand Hyundai, for example, is leading the way in working towards solutions for these issues. The automaker was recently chosen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as the most impressive auto company in the U.S. as far as CO2 emissions and fuel economy ratings are concerned. These observations were showcased in the EPA 2011 Light-Duty Automotive Technology and Fuel Economy Trends Report, and they were based on 2010 models from Hyundai and various other brands.

Hyundai surged passed larger auto brands such as Toyota and Honda due to its adjusted  overall fleet fuel economy rating of 27.0 miles per gallon fleet-wide emissions at 329 g/mi, representing the lowest numbers in the business. In addition to these findings, early data suggests that Hyundai could be on top for the 2011 model year, with an adjusted fuel economy rating around 27.5 mpg.

For the 2012 and 2013 model years, Hyundai offers a wide variety of vehicles that achieve 40 mpg highway or more, including the Hyundai Veloster M/T, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, the Hyundai Accent M/T, and the Hyundai Elantra, the last of which is available here at Lujack Hyundai.

Are you interested in earning more miles-per-gallon? If so, be sure to stop by and see us here at our convenient 3700 N Harrison Street Davenport, IA 52806 location.  We're easy to find, and we can help to find the best new Hyundai to suit your needs!

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