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How carmakers vitiate with 40% real fuel consumption figures. “Volkswagen scandal is just the tip of the iceberg”

Transport & Environment Association (ETA) published a study revealing the ways in which the cars are “doped” to consume 40% less than the official tests emission and fuel consumption. The biggest differences are for Daimler, Peugeot-Citroen and General Motors. A recent study recognized by the European Commission demonstrates what was already known: the new cars sold in Europe emit and consume ...

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Honda Civic Tourer set a world record for fuel consumption: 2.8 liters/100 km – 0.84 MPG

Big celebration at Honda, who managed to set a new world record for fuel consumption. The diesel version of the Civic Tourer managed to travel to 24 countries with a consumption of only 2.8 liters/100 kilometers – 0.84 MPG. The current Honda Civic Tourer is recognized as the most compact model with generous trunk segment. Besides this attribute, Honda Civic ...

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Skoda Fabia GreenLine: 2006 kilometers with one full gas tank

Austrian Gerhard Plattner has set a new record for lowest fuel consumption at the wheel of Skoda Fabia GreenLine. He managed to travel 2,006 km (1,246 miles) with 45 liters of fuel. Skoda Fabia GreenLine has set a new record for fuel consumption, at the steering wheel being Austrian Gerhard Plattner. The former rally driver left from the Austrian town ...

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