Hyundai and Kia Obtained the Cleanest and Most Efficient Automakers Recognition from EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency or simply known as EPA has recently released and published its Light-Duty Automotive Technology, Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Fuel Economy Trends report which is released annually. The report covers the statistics of the vehicles that are sold in the US automobile market specifically those that bear the 2010 model year. In addition to this, the report has also included the preliminary estimates that the agency has gathered for the vehicles that bear the 2011 model year.

Surprisingly, the report published by the Environmental Protection Agency revealed that the most efficient and the cleanest car makers in the US are not the Japanese or the Americans.

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