April 28, 2006

Passenger Vehicle CAFE Requirements To Rise

President Proposes Raising Car CAFE

President Bush said on Thursday that he would push for an increase in the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standard for passenger cars. The Bush administration recently upped the fuel economy required for trucks and added some large SUVs to the fuel standards, but had left passenger cars untouched by the changes until now. The President said that he would ask that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) set different fuel-economy levels for different sizes of cars, and would seek a boost of about 10 percent in fuel economy. The changes could take effect as soon as the 2008-2011 time frame. The current fleet average for passenger cars is 27.5 mpg.

I posted about the new Truck CAFE requirements in this post

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