Auto Economy Guide
2000 Fuel Economy Guide
On October 1, 1999, EPA announced the 25th annual Miles Per Gallon
rankings. "Choosing the most fuel-efficient vehicle within a
class can save drivers at least $1500 in fuel costs and avoid more than 15 tons of
greenhouse gas pollution over the life of the vehicle as well as help reduce U.S.
dependence on imported oil," said EPA Administrator Carol M. Browner. In a joint
effort between EPA and the Department of Energy, the federal government is for the first
time this year making the fuel economy information available on an easy-to-use web site.
Find the MPG of any model 2000 car and compare vehicles side-by-side to determine the most
fuel efficient in its class. There is also a section dedicated to innovative technologies
and their impact on fuel economy.
For additional information visit EPA's Office of Mobile Sources