Links to websites that can help you compare the fuel
economy and other costs of cars. Since we ourselfs arent the specialists
in this field we better show you where you can research for more
information on this topic:
Here first I like to recommend:
check out that site has allot of information and is set up easy so you can
compare a range of car models relative to their fuel consumption and cost.
Ccities.doe.gov Sponsored by the US Department of Energy to
support public and private partnerships that deploy alternative fuel
vehicles and build supporting infrastructure. Includes how to get started,
success stories, resources, and upcoming events.
Green Guide to Cars and Trucks
Greenercars.com Ranks cars and trucks according to environmental
friendliness. Using this consumer guide, buyers can compare cars, vans,
pickups, and sport utility vehicles by their environmental impacts,
including air pollution, global warming, and fuel efficiency.
Next is this site here
Cars.com has an extensive section where they note: Saving money on
gas is a concern for many drivers. There are several ways to save at the
pump, from buying a more fuel-efficient car to adjusting your driving
Of course then there is
Kelley's Blue Book
where you find out about new and used car prices plus many related
articles on tips how to buy a new car and what to watch out for.
Check out also here from
Hybridcars.com their Hybrid Car Gas Mileage Impact Calculator, a
cool tool that helps you calculate gas consumption, fuel cost and emission
of major pollutants. Great site that offer allot of information.
Then last but not least see this report from
Consumerreports.org: Compare mpg and save hundreds of dollars. You
don't have to drive a small car or pay extra for a hybrid to save money at
For more websites see here at the google directory the
Environment and Fuel Economy.