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Erin Sunde

Industry Analyst -- Fuel Economy

Erin researches and reports on fuel-economy trends and environmental regulations.

Latest From Erin Sunde

U.S. Fuel Economy Down in April

Estimated levels of electrified-vehicle sales stayed on track with recent trends, but relatively higher demand for pickups and other light trucks pulled down the industry average.

Markets Market Analysis

Fuel Economy Rose In March

Record-high hybrid penetration lifted the average mpg-rating of vehicles sold in the disrupted market.

Markets Market Analysis

Most OEMs Missed CO2 Targets, But Still Compliant in Model-Year 2018

Credits earned in earlier years carried forward to cover the small deficit.

Markets Regulations

Fuel Economy Slightly Down in February

The effect of higher electrified-vehicle sales was negated by a higher proportion of trucks.

Markets Market Analysis

EPA Reports Record High MPG in 2018

Model-year 2018 light-vehicles had a weighted average fuel-economy rating of 25.1 mpg (9.4 L/100 km) in the U.S. CO2 tailpipe emissions continued to decrease to 353 g/mi (220 g/km).

Markets Regulations

Survey Says U.S. Voters Want Stronger Eco Policy

U.S. voters desire stronger fuel-economy standards and expanded incentives and support state-based regulations, according to a Brunswick Group survey.

Markets Regulations
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