The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has revealed new fuel economy standards for the 2027-2031 model years. The government says the changes will “save Americans more than $23 billion in fuel costs while reducing pollution.”
Under the new rules, passenger car fuel economy will increase 2% per year for the 2027-2031 model years. Light trucks get a little more breathing room as they’ll see a 2% per year increase for the 2029-2031 model years.

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