Mazda is Most Fuel Efficient Automaker According to the EPA
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Are you tired of having to stop what seems like every five minutes to fuel up? Do you feel cheated by your car’s fuel efficiency? Well clearly you’re not driving a Mazda, as the Japanese automaker just got crowned by the Environmental Protection Agency as the most fuel efficient automaker in America. With an average of 27.1 mpg throughout their whole fleet, Mazda has the most fuel efficient cars on the road today. What’s even more impressive and jaw-dropping is that they received this award without having one single hybrid or electric vehicle in their fleet, it’s all gas! Mazda credits their innovative and forward-thinking SKYACTIV engine technology in their claiming of the first place in fuel efficiency. This great blog post by Automotive Training Centre talks all about their victory and gives the rundown on what makes their engine technology so revolutionary.
“It’s also worth noting that Mazda sells no pickup trucks, and the large vehicles that it does offer are few and far between, but they do exist. The most popular of Mazda’s large vehicles being the CX-5 which is a compact SUV and can get a startling 35 mpg.
Mazda’s SKYACTIV technology has taken the company to new heights, picking up their sales and getting them loads of praise for their more efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles. The all-new 2014 Mazda3, the 2014 Mazda6, and the 2014 CX-5 all feature the SKYACTIV engine technology.”