What are the CAFÉ marks for automakers?



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    CAFE (short for corporate average fuel economy) standards for automakers dictate the number of miles per gallon an automaker should get for the range of automobiles it sells. CAFE standards were enacted in the 1970’s during an energy crisis and represented the government’s efforts to reduce fuel consumption by improving the fuel economy of automobiles. The current CAFE standards for passenger cars is 27.5 miles per gallon.  

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