TITLE

2000 EPA mileage report

PUB. DATE
October 1999
SOURCE
Automotive News;10/11/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5842, p32BB
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents the Environmental Protection Agency's 2000 federal fuel-economy estimates for vehicles sold in the United States. Two seaters; Mini compact cars; Sub compact cars; Compact cars; Midsize cars; Large cars; Small station wagons; Midsize station wagons; Small pickup trucks; Standard pickup trucks; Cargo vans; Passenger vans; Minivans; Special purpose vehicles; Sport-utility vehicles.
ACCESSION #
2395207

 

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