Does Europe have a higher MPG rating for its cars than we do?



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    Yes, by quite a bit. The average car in the US has a fuel economy of 27.5 mpg. Europe uses an A-G scale to rate the fuel economy of a vehicle, with an A being better than 57 mpg and a G being worse than 25 mpg. So, our average vehicle equates to about an F on an A-G scale for Europe. Back in 2004, the average fuel economy for a European car was 43 mpg.

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