Posts Tagged ‘fuel economy’
It might have taken them a while to get on the Hybrid band-wagon, but the Acura brand (owned by Honda) have finally announced that they will be releasing their very own eco-friendly car model. Their first entry into the Hybrid car market will be the Acura 2013 ILX which was announced earlier last month at the Vancouver International Auto Show.
With gas prices in constant flux everyone shopping for a new car is very cognizant of the gas mileage of the vehicles they are looking at. Car manufacturers themselves have also become very concerned with this and as such have begun developing cars specifically to meet this need. In 2008 three cars stood out from […]
The 2009 Philadelphia Auto Show starts today, January 31, and runs until February 8, 2009 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Besides all the cool cars and autos from around the world which will be presented at the Philly Car Show, they’ve also got some great events going on. They’ve got a whole list of really […]
The computerized Hybrid vehicles detect when to alternate the power from gas to electric. Your benefits are cost effective in fuel or gas, and using a rechargeable battery. In addition, there is less emission produce in hybrid cars opposed to conventional automobiles, which is better for the environment and the economy. Depending on the economy […]
The Associated Press reported that oil prices fell Tuesday as fresh signs of a deepening U.S. recession trumped tensions in the Middle East and worries over natural gas shortages in Europe. Light, sweet crude for February delivery fell 23 cents, to $48.58 a barrel, in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The five-month slide […]
I don’t think it’s news to anyone that gas prices are continuing to fall. Even though we thought the end of the gas price decline was near, it appears prices won’t be going back up anytime soon. What is news, however, is that Americans are driving less than they were when gas prices were high. […]