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EPA Backtracks on 54.5 MPG Target

In 2011, the EPA took an assessment of the U.S. auto industry. The study concluded that by 2025, average fuel economy across the country should be 54.5 mpg. Yesterday, according to Automotive News, U.S. regulators announced the industry would likely fall short of that projection. 

EPA Won’t Ban Racecars

In February, the Environmental Protection Agency created a firestorm with the automotive enthusiast community. A proposal — originally targeted at reducing medium and heavy-duty truck emissions — included language that would ban the conversion of street cars into track cars. As Automotive News reports, the EPA’s attempt to regulate auto racing has been halted. 

Volkswagen Diesel Price Update — Week 11

Wholesale auction prices of 2.0-liter diesel engine Volkswagen Jettas and Passats — the most voluminous of those involved in the automaker’s well-publicized emissions violation issue — have fallen by approximately 13% to 16% since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its initial notice of violation (NOV) mid-September. 

 

    

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