NORTH AMERICAN STONE AGE

Asked by Sep 11, 2008 at 09:23 PM

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why does a 1990 and a 2007 chev car still get the same mpg? ....how long do they need to make a more fuel efficent car? .....

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In a nut shell, the newer cars are probably bigger, has more equipment which ends up adding up in terms of weight and more horsepower and torque. I am not sure which models/platform you used to make the comparison

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