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The Camaro SS and V-6 models will be getting worse fuel economy than their 2018 model year counterparts.
The new model will offer top-of-the-range performance and a limited electric-only capability for the 508’s sporty GT trim.
The long holidays are just around the corner. Are you planning on a roadtrip with family and friends soon? Finally, you are getting away to relax and unwind, but you also want to make sure that your car’s every move does not guzzle up so much fuel, like a sprinter chugging down water after a […]
TOKYO— The Japanese government said Tuesday that Mitsubishi Motors Corp. overstated mileage on its vehicles by up to 16 percent, but stopped short of slapping further penalties on the company. The Transport Ministry said the figure came from its own mileage tests to look into the cheating by the Japanese automaker on its minicar models, […]
TOKYO— Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it found evidence its employees falsified fuel mileage test data for several models of vehicles. The announcement was made in April. The maker of the eK wagon and Outlander sports-utility vehicle said Wednesday that the inaccurate tests involved 157,000 of its own-brand light passenger cars and 468,000 vehicles produced for […]
LONG weekends and summer drives are here. And chances are, you’ll be spending more time on the road. To make your journey more efficient, safe and enjoyable, here are some tips from Volvo to maximize fuel efficiency and keep you and your loved ones in one piece. Aside from the new Drive-E technology engines in […]
MANILA, Philippines–At the conclusion of Volkswagen Philippines’ first fuel economy run held last October, three of the German automaker’s featured vehicles posted superb fuel-efficiency mark: a manual Jetta sedan, powered by a 2-liter turbodiesel engine, got a 29.7-kilometer-per-liter efficiency while an automatic, 2-liter turbodiesel powered Tiguan SUV got a 27.39-kpl efficiency. Meanwhile, a manual, 1.6-liter […]
Over 100 student teams from 15 countries across Asia and the Middle East take sustainability to the streets of Manila as they showcase their fuel efficient innovations in Shell’s biggest mobility competition, Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2014. Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada, along with Shell’s Chief Financial Officer Simon Henry, Country Chairman for Shell Philippines Edgar Chua […]
The Shell Eco-marathon is an annual event pitting students from all around the world against each other in an engineering and design challenge. Their challenge: compete in energy efficient vehicles of their own design and build them from the ground up. This year, for the first time in since it began in Asia back […]
MANILA, Philippines – More than 150 student teams from 16 countries across Asia and the Middle East are preparing to hit the streets of Manila, Philippines in February 2014 to compete in the fifth annual Shell Eco-marathon Asia. The super-mileage competition will welcome a record number of participating teams this year, as it moves […]