Drivers Say Fuel Economy Better Than EPA Ratings; Discrepancies Matter, Though

When it comes to fuel economy, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ratings printed on window stickers are the holy writ for U.S. new-car buyers.

But those ratings come with the disclaimer “your mileage may vary” for a reason.

The difference between EPA-rated fuel economy and the results from real-world driving can be significant.

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