Mar 28, 2009

FAIL fuel standard of 27.3 mpg in 2011.

Three U.S. and a half a dozen other makers offer 40mpg + to non-U.S. countries...
NOT allowing those vehicles in the U.S. by 2011 is a definition of FAILURE.
"The New administration is to announce a combined car and light-truck fuel economy standard for the 2011 model year of 27.3 mpg, and has ordered officials to rework proposed standards for model years 2012 to 2016 to comport with plans for economy-wide restrictions on global warming gases. 
Source: The Society of Environmental Journalists 
List current vehicles that get over 40mpg...

Cry over a few more that get over 40mpg