The average fuel economy (window-sticker value) of new vehicles sold in the U.S. in June was 25.4 mpg—down 0.1 mpg from May. This decline likely reflects the increased sales of light trucks and SUVs in June. Fuel economy is down 0.4 mpg from the peak reached in August 2014. However, vehicle fuel economy is up 5.3 mpg since October 2007 (the first month of our monitoring).
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