Which companies are the best-performing in 2016?
TechCrunch | Posted August 08, 2016 12:38:07 The 2016 Ford Focus RS, Honda Accord Crosstrek, Volkswagen Passat S, Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class, Hyundai Genesis, and Volvo XC90 were all pretty good, and that’s just the top 10.
The 2016 Hyundai Genesis and 2016 Volkswagen Passats were good for second and third, respectively, while the 2016 Volkswagen XC 90 was a distant fourth.
But there’s another big difference between 2016 and 2017, which is that, despite all the new technology and improvements, the average mileage of the top-five vehicles fell by almost a quarter.
The average of the five vehicles was 15,200 miles, a drop of about 3,800 miles from 2016.
And while that’s not bad, it’s still down about half a percent compared to the previous year.
That’s a big drop, especially considering the fact that these vehicles were introduced a few years ago.
So, how did the average fuel economy change between 2016 to 2017?
For 2017, the averages dropped by 2.5 percent, but that was offset by a 2.3 percent increase in the average miles per gallon, and an 8.6 percent increase for the average gross vehicle weight rating.
That means that the average vehicle in each model year dropped by almost half a mile per gallon.
The most important reason for this drop in average fuel mileage was that fuel efficiency improved.
In 2016, the 2015 Toyota Camry SRT had a combined EPA rating of 35.8 mpg, and the 2016 Toyota Camrys SRT and SRT+ were both 31 mpg better.
However, the SRTs and SRS+ were a mere 2 mpg less efficient in terms of their combined fuel economy than the other vehicles.
The Camrys also got better mileage with the SRS+, and both of those vehicles received EPA ratings of 28.7 and 26.3 mpg.
The 2015 Toyota Prius V and V Hybrid had an EPA rating that was 29 mpg higher than the V and the Prius, and they both were a whopping 7 mpg more efficient than the Toyota Camyrs.
So while the average engine efficiency improved slightly, the cars were still a few mpg worse than they were in 2016, and fuel economy was still a big problem.
The best-selling model in the 2016 Ford Fiesta SRT, the Ford Fusion, is a bit surprising.
The Ford Fusion is a good-looking car, but it’s also an SUV that costs nearly as much as a compact car.
The Fiesta Srt was the top selling Fiesta in 2016 and the first car in the Srt family to come in a trim level of $20,000, so it was very competitive with the rest of the lineup.
But, of course, the 2016 Fiesta S RT is not a midsize crossover.
It has an EPA-rated combined fuel efficiency of 33.7 mpg and a combined gross vehicle mass rating of 29,900 pounds.
The 2016 Honda Accord LX is a pretty good car, especially when you compare it to the Hyundai Genesis.
It’s also a fairly inexpensive car.
But the average gas mileage of its top-rated vehicles dropped by a full mile per year.
The 2017 Honda Accord XR was the third-best selling Accord in 2016.
It had a fuel economy of 26 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.
The Accord X was also one of the best performers in 2016 in terms for both its average and average fuel-economy ratings.
The average fuel efficiency for the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu and the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado was 28.3 and 26 mph respectively.
The Silverado SRT with its $20K EPA sticker cost about $4,000 less than the Silverado XL with its EPA sticker.
The Malibu SRT has a combined fuel-efficient rating of 25 mpg or better.
It comes with a $10,000 destination fee, so if you don’t plan on driving much, you might be better off with the Silverados.
The price tag of the Malibu XL is $31,500, and it comes with an EPA sticker price of $25,000.
It also comes with no emissions credits, so you might want to consider the Malibuses for the low-mileage vehicles.
The 2015 Nissan Titan, with its 3.0 liter twin-turbo V6 and the 1.5 liter twin turbo V6, was the best performing midsize sedan in 2016 with a combined rating of 31.7mpg.
However it was one of only a few midsize cars in the lineup that received a combined average fuel consumption rating of 30.5 mpg with a maximum gross vehicle volume rating of 33,500 pounds.
The Titan SRT was the second-best-performing midsize car in 2016 at 28.4 mpg average.
It came with an average fuel cost of 26.7 per cent less than its midsize siblings.The 2017