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It appears that some manufacturers have been playing unfairly trying to gain market share and to meet higher CAFE standards by overstating the fuel economy of their vehicles.

Hyundai and their subsidiary Kia have been called out on this and are now forced to pay their customers back.

If self-policing does not work, should manufacturers be regulated more heavily? Should those breaking the rules also pay damages to those who follow them?

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Are Stated Fuel Economy Numbers from Manufacturers Ever to be Trusted?

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