1977
Mileage
Guide
September 1976
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How To
Use  This
Guide

This "Gas Mileage Guide" gives the estimated
fuel economy in miles per gallon (MPG) of 1977
model year cars, station wagons, and light trucks.

All new car dealers are required to have copies of
this Guide available in their showrooms.

The purpose of this Guide is to give you fuel
economy and other information that can help you
select a vehicle to meet your transportation needs
and be fuel efficient.
How The Guide Is Organized

To help you compare the fuel economy of similar-
sized vehicles, the passenger cars and station
wagons are grouped into classes according to
their interior size, an important measure of vehicle
utility. This means that vehicles that are
approximately the same size inside will be in the
same class. Trucks are grouped by their capacity,
in terms of gross vehicle weight rating.

Car Classes

  Two-Seater—Cars designed primarily to seat
only two adults (page 14).
  Subcompact—Cars having up to 100 cubic feet
of passenger and luggage volume (pages 7-9).
  Compact—Cars having 100 to 110 cubic feet
inside (pages 9-11).
  Mid-Size—Cars having 110 to 120 cubic feet
inside (pages 11-12).
  Large—Cars having more than 120 cubic feet
inside (pages 13-14).

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Station Wagons
  Small—Less than 130 cubic feet of passenger
and cargo volume (pages 15-16).
  Mid-Size—Between 130 and 160 cubic feet
inside (pages 16-17).
  Large—160 or more cubic feet inside (pages
17-18).
Truck Classes
  Small Pickups—Trucks having Gross Vehicle
Weight Ratings (truck weight plus carrying
capacity) under 4500 pounds (page 18).
  Standard Pickups—Trucks having GVWR's
over 4500 pounds (pages  18-19).
  Van/Special Purpose class—All other tight
trucks (pages 20-21).

In each size class, you will find the following
information  on every model type:

Manufacturer and car line names
The manufacturers are listed alphabetically. Under
each manufacturer, the car lines are listed
alphabetically.

Vehicle Description
Each line in the Guide  shows a different model in
a car line. In addition to the engine and
transmission descriptions, there is a column for
interior volume index. The first number in this
column is the volume of the  passenger
compartment. The second number is the size (in
cubic feet)  of the trunk or, in station wagons and
hatchbacks, the cargo  space behind the second
seat.

Three Fuel Economy  Estimates
City fuel economy reflects trips for local errands,
driving to work, and general  stop-and-go driving in
urban and suburban areas.
Highway fuel economy reflects long-distance
driving on non-urban roads and on interstate
highways at a speed averaging  about 50 MPH
with no stops.

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Combined fuel economy is a weighted average of
the city and highway estimates based on Federal
Highway Administration studies of average U.S.
driving patterns. This value (which assumes
approximately half city and half highway driving) is
what the average driver can expect in overall
summer driving on level roads after the car has
been broken in.

Fuel Cost
This value is an estimate of what you would pay
for fuel in  1 year if you  drive 15,000 miles and pay
65 cents per gallon for gasoline (or 55 cents per
gallon  for diesel fuel). Check the Fuel Cost Chart
in this  Guide for additional information on yearly
fuel costs at different prices per gallon.

Additional information is provided in this Guide on:
• Factors that affect fuel economy.
• EPA fuel economy tests.
• Fuel economy labels.
• Annual fuel cost estimates.
• Alphabetical index of manufacturers and car
   lines.
 Index
 If you don't know which class a vehicle is in, turn
 to the index where manufacturers and car lines
 are listed alphabetically. After each model name,
 the appropriate size class is given. By locating
 that size class and the manufacturer, you will be
 able to find the specific model. The index is
 located on pages 27-29.

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SUBCOMPACT  CARS
Manufacturers
1
AMERICAN
MOTORS
GREMLIN



AUDI
FOX

BUICK
OPEL BY ISUZU

SKYHAWK

CHEVROLET
CAMARO





CHEVETTE



MONZA



VEGA

DATS UN
B-210

F-10
DODGE
CELESTE



COLT



FORD
MAVERICK




Vehicle Description
Engine Size/
cylinders


232/6
232/6
258/6
258/6*

97/4*
97/4'

111/4*
111/4*
231/6
231/6

250/6
250/6
305/8
305/8
350/8
350/8
65/4
85/4
98/4
98/4
140/4
140/4
305/8
305/8
140/4
(40/4

85/4*
85/4*
85/4'

98/4*
98/4*
122/4*
122/4*
98/4*
98/4*
-122/4*
122/4*

200/6
200/6
250/6
250/6
302/8
Transmission


M
A
M
A

M
A

M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A
M

M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
A
Fuel System


1
1
2
2

Fl
Fl

2
2
2
2

1
1
2
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

2
2
2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

1
1
1
1
2
Interior Volume
Index
passenger/
trunk


81/9
81/9
81/9
81/9

84/11
84/11

78/9
78/9
79/10
79/10

86/6
86/6
86/6
86/6
86/6
86/6
76/9
76/9
76/9
76/9
79/8
79/8
79/8
79/8
80/10
ao/10

66/12
66/12
71/14

73/10
73/10
73/10
73/10
74/7
74/7
74/7
74/7

87/12
87/12
87/12
87/12
87/12
Fuel Economy
City MPG


20
18
17
17

24
24

23
24
18
19

18
17
16
16
14
15
28
25
31
26
24
2!
16
17
24
21

29
26
29

26
26
20
21
29
26
20
21

21
18
21
17
17
Highway MPG


27
24
26
23

36
33

36
30
29
26

25
22
22
21
18
20
42
35
43
36
33
28
22
25
33
28

41
33
41

39
35
33
28
45
35
33
28

28
24
28
22
22
Combined MPG


23
20
20
19

26
28

27 1
26
21
21

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19
19
Average Annual
Fuel Costs


$424
$408
$488
$513

$348
$348

$361
$375
$464
$464

$488
$513
$513
$542
$650
$574
$295
$336
$271
$325
$348
$406
$542
$488
$348
$406

$287
$336
$287

$315
$325
$406
$406
$279
$325
$406
$406

$406
$488
$406
$513
$513
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SUBCOMPACT  CARS
Manufacturers
"Z
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MUSTANG II





PINTO


LINCOLN-
MERCURY
BOBCAT


COMET




MAZDA
COSMO

RX-4

806


OLDSMOBILE
STARFIRE



PLYMOUTH
ARROW



CRICKET



PONTIAC
ASTRE



FIREBIRD




Vehicle Description
Engine Size/
cylinders
40(2.3L)/4
40<2.3L)/4
71(2.8L)/6
71(2.BL)/6
02/8
02/8
40(2.3L)/4
40(2.3L)/4
71{2.8L)/6


40(2.3L)/4
40(2.3L)/4
71(2.8L)/6
00/6
00/6
50/6
50/6
02/8

0/2*
0/2'
0/2*
0/2*
78/4
97/4*
97/4*

140/4
140/4
231/6
231/6

98/4*
98/4*
122/4'
122/4*
98/4*
98/4'
122/4*
122/4*

140/4
140/4
151/4
151/4
231/6
231/6
301/8
301/8
350/8
Transmission
M
A
M
i
M
A
M
A
A


M
A
A
M
A
M
A
A

M
A
M
A
M
M
A

M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A
A
Fuel System



2
2
2
!
i
i


2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2

4
4
4
4
2
2
2

2
2
2
2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
1
I I
fill
2/8
2/8
2/8
2/8
72/fl
72/8
77/8
77/8
77/8


77/9
77/9
77/9
87/12
87/12
87/12
87/12
87/12

73/10
73/10
72/11
72/11
67/10
67/10
67/10

79/10
79/10
79/10
79/10

73/10
73/10
73/10
73/10
74/7
74/7
74/7
74/7

80/10
80/10
80/10
80/10
86/7
86/7
86/7
86/7
86/7
Fuel Economy
CityMPG
3
1
20
7
6
7
26
23
18


26
23
18
21
18
21
17
17

20
18
20
18
35
23
23

24
21
18
19

26
26
20
21
28
26
20
21

24
21
26
24
16
17
16
17
16
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SUBCOMPACT  CARS
Manufacturers
o
FIREBIRD

SUNBIRD



SUBARU
SUBARU

TOYOTA
CELICA

COROLLA


CORONA

VOLKSWAGEN
BEETLE
DASHER

DASHER DIESEL
RABBIT


RAB8IT DIESEL
SCIROCCO


Vehicle Description
Engine Size/
cyiinders
400/8
400/8
151/4
151/4
231/6
231/6

97/4*
97/4*

134/4*
134/4'
71/4
97/4'
97/4*
134/4'
134/4'

97/4"
97/4*
97/4'
90/4'
97/4
97/4*
97/4'
90/4'
97/4
97/4'
97/4*
Transmission
M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A

M
A
M
M
A
M
A

M
M
A
M
M
M
A
M
M
M
A
Fuel System
4
4
2
2
2
2

2
2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Fl
Fl
Fl
Fl
1
Fl
Fl
Fl
1
Fl
Fl
lit,
86/7
86/7
79/7
79/7
79/7
79/7

72/11
72/11

72/8
72/8
76/10
76/10
76/10
80/10
80/10

68/7
84/15
84/15
84/15
80/15
80/15
80/15
80/15
74/16
74/16
74/16
Fuel Economy
City MPG
12
15
26
24
18
19

28
24

21
22
36
28
25
21
22

23
24
24
35
29
24
24
39
29
24
24
Highway MPG
19
20
37
32
29
26

41
31

35
29
49
39
31
35
29

33
36
33
47
43
37
33
52
43
37
33
Combined UPG
15
17
30
27
21
21

32
26

26
25
41
32
27
25
24

26
26
28
40
34
28
27
44
34
28
27
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< LL
$650
$574
$325
$361
$464
$464

$305
$375

$375
$390
$236
$305
$361
$390
$406

$375
$348
$348
$206
$287
$348
$361
$188
$287
$348
$361
COMPACT CARS
Manufacturers


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Vehicle Description
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232/6
232/6
258/6
258/6'
232/6
232/6
258/6
258/6'
c.
0
1
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M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A
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COMPACT CARS
Manufacturers
1
E
AUDI
100LS

BUICK
SKYLARK



CADILLAC
SEVILLE
CHEVROLET
MONTE CARLO

NOVA





DODGE
ASPEN







FORD
GRANADA




THUNOERBIRD


LINCOLN-
MERCURY
MONARCH




OLDSMOBILE
OMEGA




Vehicle Description
Engine Size/
cylinders

14/4*
14/4*

231/6
231/6
301/8
305/8

350/8

305/8
350/8
250/6
250/6
305/8
305/8
350/8
350/8

225/6
225/6
225/6
225/6
318/8
318/8
360/8
360/8

200/6
250/6
250/6
302/8
302/8
302/8
351/8
400/8

200/6
250/6
250/6
302/8
302/8

231/6
231/6
260/8
305/8
305/8
Transmission

M
A

M
A
A
A

A

A
A
M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
M
A
A
A

M
M
A
M
A
A
A
A

M
M
A
M
A

M
A
A
M
A
Fuel System

Fl
Fl

2
2
2
2

Fl

2
4
1
1
2
2
4
4

1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4

1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2

1
1
1
2
2

2
2
2
2
2
Interior Volume
Index
passenger/
trunk

90/13
90/13

93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14

95/13

94/15
94/15
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14

92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15

91/15
91/15
91/15
91/15
91/15
95/14
95/14
95/14

91/15
91/15
91/15
91/15
91/15

93/15
93/15
93/15
93/15
93/15
Fuel Economy
City MPG

18
17

16
18
17
16

14

16
14
19
18
16
16
14
15

20
18
17
16
15
15
14
11

21
21
18
16
16
15
14
13

21
21
18
16
16

16
19
17
16
16
Highway MPG

27
23

26
25
23
21

19

20
19
27
23
22
21
16
20

29
24
24
21
25
20
19
17

28
28
23
24
22
19
20
18

28
28
23
24
22

27
26
23
22
21
Combined MPG

21
19

19
20
19
18

16

17
16
22
20
19
18
15
17

23
20
20
18
19
17
18
13

24
24
20
18
18
17
16
15

24
24
20
18
16

20
21
10
19
18
Average Annual
Fuel Costs

$464
$513

$513
$488
$513
$542

$609

$574
$609
$443
$488
$513
$542
$650
$574

$424
$488
$486
$542
$513
$574
$609
$750

$406
$406
$468
$542
$542
$574
$609
$650

$406
$406
$488
$542
$542

$488
$464
$513
$513
$542
 •NOT EQUIPPED WITH CATALYST
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COMPACT CARS
Manufacturers





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VOLARE







PONTIAC
GRAND PRIX


VENTURA






Vehicle Description

fl>
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3
LL

1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4

2
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
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92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15
92/15

94/15
94/15
94/15
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14
93/14
Fuel Economy



o
CL
5
u

20
18
17
16
15
15
14
11

16
14
14
22
21
17
18
15
17
16
0
CL
2

00
t
f
CT
I

29
24
24
21
25
20
19
17

23
21
21
34
29
27
26
23
23
22
£
3

D
C
a
o
U

23
20
20
18
19
17
16
13

19
17
17
26
24
20
21
16
19
18
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$424
$488
$488
$542
$513
$574
$609
$750

$513
$574
$574
$375
$406
$488
$464
$542
$513
$542
MID-SIZE CARS
Manufacturers



5
5
BUICK
CENTURY/REGAL



CADILLAC
ELDORADO
CHEVROLET
MALIBU



CHRYSLER
CORDOBA


Vehicle Description

S
in £
C "D
H
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231/6
231/6
350/8
350/8

426/8

250/6
250/6
305/8
350/8

318/8
360/8
400/8
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M
A
A
A

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M
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A
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2
4

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1
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2
4

2
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97/15
97/15
97/15
97/15

102/17

99/15
99/15
99/15
99/15

95/16
95/16
95/16
Fuel Economy


C3
Q.

6

16
17
15
15

11

18
17
16
14

13
14
11
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26
25
20
22

18

25
22
21
19

18
20
19
I
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19
20
17
17

14

20
19
17
16

15
16
14
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$513
$488
$574
$574

$696

$488
$513
$574
$609

$650
$609
$696
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MID-SIZE CARS
Manufacturers
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DODGE
CHARGER SE


MONACO







FORD
LTD II


LINCOLN-
MERCURY
CONTINENTAL
MARK V

COUGAR/COUGAR
XR-7


OLDSMOBILE
CUTLASS





PLYMOUTH
FURY







PONTIAC
LEMANS




Vehicle Description
Engine Size/
cylinders

318/8
360/8
400/8
225/6
225/6
318/8
318/8
360/8
360/8
400/8
440/8

302/8
351/8
400/8



400/8
460/8

302/8
351/8
400/8

231/6
231/6
260/8
260/8
350/8
403/8

225/6
225/6
318/8
318/8
360/8
360/8
400/8
440/8

231/6
231/6
301/8
350/6
400/8
Transmission

A
A
A
A
A
M
A
A
A
A
A

A
A
A



A
A

A
A
A

M
A
M
A
A
A

A
A
M
A
A
A
A
A

M
A
A
A
A
Fuel System

2
2
4
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4

2
2
2



2
4

2
2
2

2
2
2
2
4
4

1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4

2
2
2
4
4
Interior Volume
Index
passenger/
trunk

96/16
96/16
96/16
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17

97/15
97/15
97/15



99/18
99/18

96/15
96/15
96/15

97/16
97/16
97/16
97/16
97/16
97/16

98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17
98/17

99/15
99/15
99/15
99/15
99/15
Fuel Economy
City MPG

13
14
11
17
16
14
13
14
11
11
9

15
14
13



13
11

15
14
13

16
17
17
16
16
15

17
16
14
13
14
11
11
9

16
17
16
14
14
Highway MPG

18
20
19
22
21
23
18
20
16
19
17

19
20
18



18
16

19
20
18

26
25
26
21
21
21

22
21
23
18
20
16
19
17

26
25
23
21
21
Combined MPG

16
16
14
19
18
17
16
16
12
14
11

17
16
15



15
13

17
16
15

19
20
20
18
16
18

19
18
17
15
16
12
14
11

19
20
19
17
17
Average Annual
Fuel Costs

$650
$609
$696
$513
S542
$574
$650
$609
$812
$696
$886

$574
$609
$650



$650
$750

$574
$609
$650

$513
$488
$488
$542
$542
$542

$513
$542
$574
$650
$609
$812
$696
$886

$513
$488
$513
$574
$574
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Manufacturers
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AMERICAN
MOTORS
MATADOR


BUICK
ELECTRA

LESA8RE



RIVIERA

CADILLAC
CADILLAC
LIMOUSINE
CHEVROLET
CHEVROLET


CHRYSLER
CHRYSLER


DODGE
ROYAL MONACO



FORD
FORD



LINCOLN-
MERCURY
LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL

MERCURY

OLDSMOBILE
DELTA 88



OLDSMOBILE 98

Vehicle Description
8
in 2
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258/6
304/8
360/8

350/8
403/8
231/6
301/8
350/8
403/8
350/8
403/8

425/8
425/8

250/6
305/8
350/8

360/8
400/8
440/8

318/8
360/8
400/8
440/8

302/6
351/8
400/8
60/8



00/8
60/8
00/8
60/8

31/6
60/8
50/8
03/8
SO/6
03/8
Transmission


A
A
A

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

A
A

A
A
A

A
A
A

A
A
A
A

A
A
A
A



A
A
A
A

A
A
A
A
A
A
Fuel System


1
2
2

4
4
2
2
4
4
4
4

4
4

1
2
4

2
4
4

2
2
4
4

2
2
2
4



2
4
2
4

2
2
4
4
4
4
ill


104/17
104/17
104/17

110/20
110/20
109/21
109/21
109/21
109/21
107/20
107/20

109/20
115/18

108/20
108/20
108/20

108/20
108/20
106/20

105/20
105/20
105/20
105/20

103/22
103/22
103/22
103/22



113/20
113/20
104/23
104/23

109/20
109/20
109/20
109/20
110/20
110/20
Fuel Economy
City MPG


15
13
13

15
15
17
17
16
15
15
15

14
12

17
16
15

12
11
10

13
12
11
9

15
13
13
11



13
11
13
11

17
17
16
15
16
15
Highway MPG


21
17
16

22
21
25
23
22
21
22
21

18
18

22
21
20

18
18
16

18
18
IB
17

19
19
18
16



18
16
18
16

25
23
22
21
21
21
Combined MPQ


17
15
14

17
18
20
19
18
IB
17
18

16
14

19
18
17

14
13
12

1C
14
13
11

17
15
15
13



IS
13
16
13

20
19
18
IB
18
If
'n
c
Jo
Js


$574
$650
$696

$574
$542
$488
$513
$542
$542
$574
$542

$609
$696

$513
$542
$574

$696
$750
$812

$650
$696
$750
$886

$574
$650
$650
$750



$650
$750
$650
$750

$468
$513
$542
$542
$542
$542
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Manufacturers




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PLYMOUTH
GRAN FURY



PONTIAC
PONTIAC



Vehicle Description

S
N
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403/8

318/6
360/8
400/8
440/8

231/6
301/8
350/8
403/8
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2
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4
4

2
2
4
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105/17

105/20
105/20
105/20
105/20

109/20
109/20
109/20
109/20
Fuel Economy


o
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U
13

13
12
11
9

17
17
16
15
0
CL
S
CO
1
f
19

18
18
18
17

25
23
22
21
0
S
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15

15
14
13
11

20
19
18
18
3
C
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$650

$650
$696
$750
$886

$488
$513
$542
$542
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Manufacturers




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CHEVROLET
CORVETTE

DATSUN
280Z

PORSCHE
TURBO CARRERA
911S

924
Vehicle Description

£
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350/8
350/8

168/6'
168/6'

183/61
164/6*
164/6'
121/4-
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M
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M
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M
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4

Fl
Fl

Fl
Fl
Fl
Fl
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o
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14
15

18
18

14
15
16
17
0
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2
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(0
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c.
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18
20

27
22

24
24
21
31
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15
17

21
20

17
18
18
21
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$650
$574

$464
$488

$574
$542
$542
$464
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Manufacturers


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AMERICAN
MOTORS
HORNET WAGON


PACER WAGON



AUDI
FOX WAGON

CHEVROLET
VEGA WAGON

DATSUN
F-10 WAGON
DODGE
COLT WAGON


FORD
PINTO WAGON


LINCOLN-
MERCURY
BOBCAT WAGON


MAZDA
RX-4 WAGON

808 WAGON


PLYMOUTH
CRICKET WAGON


PONT1AC
ASTRE SAFARI
WAGON

SUBARU
SUBARU WAGON

Vehicle Description

1
c "5
t-
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32/6
32/6
58/6*
32/6
32/6
58/6
58/6'

7/4*
7/4'

40/4
40/4

5/4*

8/4'
22/4'
22/4'

140(2, 3L)/4
140(2.3L)/4
171(2.8L)/6


140(2. 3L)/4
140<2.3L}/4
171(2.8L)/6

BO/2'
80/2'
78/4
97/4'
97/4*

98/4'
122/4*
122/4*


151/4
151/4

97/4*
97/4'

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A
A
M
L
M
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M
A

M
A

M

M
M
A

M
A
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M
A
A

M
A
M
M
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M
M
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M
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Fl

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2

2
2
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2
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2
2
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4
4
2
2
2

2
2
2


2
2

2
2
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91/33
91/33
91/33
90/24
90/24
90/24
90/24

83/40
83/40

84/25
84/25

73/29

80/35
80/35
80/35

81/31
81/31
81/31


81/31
81/31
81/31

75/32
75/32
68/26
68/26
68/26

80/35
80/35
80/35


84/25
84/25

73/27
73/27
Fuel Economy

0
5

O


8
a
7
8
8
7
7

24
24

24
21

29

24
20
21

23
21
18


23
21
18

20
18
33
23
23

24
20
21


26
24

28
25
CD
0.
3
n

c.
en
X


3
3
3
3
23
24
23

36
33

33
28

41

37
33
28

33
29
23


33
29
23

32
26
42
33
30

37
33
28


37
32

38
31
£
3
1
'a
o
O


0
20
9
20
20
9
9

28
28

28
24

34

28
24
24

26
24
20


26
24
20

25
21
36
27
26

28
24
24


30
27

32
27
n
3
C
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488
$488
513
488
$488
$513
$513

$348
$348

$348
$406

$287

$348
$406
$406

$375
$406
$488


$375
$406
$488

$390
$464
$271
$361
$375

$348
$406
$406


$325
$361

$305
$361
 'NOT EQUIPPED WITH CATALYST
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Manufacturers




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TOYOTA
COROLLA WAGON

CORONA WAGON

VOLKSWAGEN
DASHER WAGON

DASHER WAGON
DIESEL
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c •£
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97/4'
97/4'
134/4'
134/4'

97/4'
97/4'

90/4'
c
o
8
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c
5
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M
A
M
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M
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2
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2
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76/30
76/30
81/35
81/35

83/40
83/40

83/40
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0
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28
25
21
22

24
24

35
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31
35
29

36
33

47
£
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£
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32
27
25
24

28
28

40
a
c
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PONTIAC
LEMANS SAFARI
WAGON

Vehicle Description


i
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2
2
2
2
2
4


2
4

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fill
99/39
99/39
99/39
99/39
99/39
99/39


101/50
101/50
Fuel Economy




a
a.
2
6
17
16
15
15
14
11


16
13

o
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$488
$542
$542
$574
$609
$812


$513
$650
LARGE STATION  WAGONS
Manufacturers
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AMERICAN
MOTORS
MATADOR WAGON

BUICK
ESTATE WAGON

CHEVROLET
CHEVROLET
WAGON

CHRYSLER
CHRYSLER
WAGON

DODGE
ROYAL MONACO
WAGON

FORD
FORD WAGON

LINCOLN-
MERCURY
MERCURY
WAGON

OLDSMOBILE
CUSTOM CRUISER
WAGON

Vehicle Description
Engine Size/
cylinders


304/8
360/8

350/8
403/8


305/8
350/8


400/8
440/8


400/8
440/8

400/8
460/8



400/8
460/8


350/6
403/8
Transmission


A
A

A
A


A
A


A
A


A
A

A
A

,

A
A


A
A
Fuel System


2
2

4
4


2
4


4
4


4
4

2
4



2
4


4
4
Interior Volume
Index
passenger/
trunk


112/50
112/50

111/51
111/51


111/51
111/51


110/60
110/60


112/60
112/60

108/56
108/56



108/56
108/56


111/51
111/51
Fuel Economy
City MPG


13
13

16
15


16
14


10
10


10
10

13
11



13
11


16
15
Highway MPG


17
16

21
21


20
19


16
16


16
16

18
16



18
16


21
21
Combined MPG


15
14

18
18


17
16


12
12


12
12

IS
13



1S
13


18
18
i
Average Annual
Fuel Costs


$650
$696

$542
$542


$574
$609


$812
$812


$812
$812

$650
$750



$650
$750


$542
$542
                              17

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Manufacturers



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2
PLYMOUTH
GRAN FURY
WAGON

PONTIAC
PONTIAC SAFARI
WAGON

Vehicle Description
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400/8
440/8


301/8
403/8
c
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A
A


A
A
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4
4


2
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1 12/60
1 12/60


111/51
111/51
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10
10


16
15
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16
16


23
21
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12
12


19
18
a
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$812
$812


$513
$542
SMALL  PICKUP  TRUCKS
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DATSUN
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TOYOTA
HILUX

Vehicle Description


u

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111/4'
111/4-

119/4-
119/4-

134/4'
134/4'

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23
21

22
22

24
23

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33
29

32
27

34
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25
24

28
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$375
$406

$390
$406

$348
$390
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Vehicle Description

t>

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250/6
250/6
305/8
350/8
250/6
250/6
305/8
305/8
350/8
350/8
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17
16
14
18
17
16
16
14
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22
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19
24
21
21
19
20
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19
17
16
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$488
$513
$574
$609
$488
$513
$542
$574
$609
$609
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225/6
225/6
318/8
318/8
360/8

300/6
300/6
302/8
302/8
351/8
351/8
400/8
302/fl
351/8
400/8

250/6
250/6
305/8
305/8
350/8
350/8
250/6
250/6
305/8
350/8

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M
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2
2
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1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
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1
1
2
2
4
4
1
1
2
4
Fuel Economy




u
Q_
5

6

18
17
14
14
13

19
18
17
16
14
14
13
15
14
13

18
17
16
16
14
14
16
17
16
14

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24
22
23
20
20

26
26
24
22
20
20
18
19
20
18

24
21
21
19
20
19
25
22
21
19
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a
£
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6
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20
19
17
16
16

22
21
19
19
16
16
15
17
16
15

20
19
18
17
16
16
20
19
17
16
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Vehicle Description
^
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If
£1

232/6*
258/6*

425/8

111/4*
111/4*
250/6
250/6
305/8
305/8
350/8
350/8

225/6
225/6
318/8
318/8
360/8
225/6
225/6
318/8
318/8
360/8

302/8
302/8
300/6
300/6
351/8
351/6

250/6
250/6
305/8
305/8
350/8
350/8

232/6*
258/6*
258/6*
304/8
304/8
Transmission

A
A

A

M
A
M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
A
M
A
M
A
A

M
A
M
A
M
A

M
A
M
A
M
A

M
M
A
M
A
Fuel System

1
1

4

2
2
1
1
2
2
4
4

1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2

2
2
1
1
2
2

1
1
2
2
4
4

1
1
1
2
2
Fuel Economy
City MPG

19
16

11

21
22
18
17
16
16
14
14

14
17
14
13
13
18
17
15
14
13

17
16
18
18
14
14

18
17
16
16
14
14

17
17
16
15
13
HrghwayMPG

24
18

18

33
28
25
21
21
20
19
19

20
22
21
20
20
24
22
25
20
20

24
22
25
25
20
20

25
21
21
20
19
19

20
21
19
19
17
Combined MPG

21
17

14

25
24
21
IB
18
18
18
16

16
19
16
15
16
20
19
18
16
16

19
19
21
20
16
16

21
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18
16
16
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18
16
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Average Annual
Fuel Costs

$464
$574

$696

$390
$406
$464
$542
$542
$542
$609
$609

$609
$513
$609
$650
$609
$488
$513
$542
$609
$609

$513
$513
$464
$488
$609
$609

$464
$542
$542
$542
$609
$609

$542
$542
$574
$574
$696
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     Fuel Costs, Sn Dollars, Per 10,000 foliles
     Example: If you pay an average of 60 cents per gallon
     and your car gets 12 MPG, your fuel cost for 10,000
     miles of driving is $500. If you drive 20,000 miles a
     year, your annual fuel cost will be twice this figure, or
     $1,000. If you own a car that gets 20 MPG, your
     annual fuel cost for 10,000 miles at 60 cents  per
     gallon is $300.
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[             76   70    66   60   65   50   46
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[    48      156   146.  135  125  115  104   94
\    46      163   152   141  130,120  109   98
t    44      170/168'  148  136  125  114  ,102
1    42      178   167   155  143  131  119  107
f    40      188   176   162  150  138  125  112
»,   38  ,    197   184   171  158  146 < 132  118
I    36      208   194   181  167  153  109  125
!    34      221   206   191  176  162  147. 132
    32      234   219   203  188  172  156  141
[    30      250   233   217  200  183  167  150
!    28      266   250   232  214  196  179  161
r   26      288   269   250  231  212  192  173
[    24      312   292   271  250  229  208  188
!    22      341   318   295  273  250  227  2Q5
;    20      375   350   325  300  275  250  225
;    18      417   389   361  333  306  278  250
^    16      489   438   406  375  344  313  281
i    14      536   500   464  429  393  357  321
I   12      625   583   542  500  458  417  375
r   10      750   700   650  600  550  500  450

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Factors
That Affect
The fuel economy numbers in this Guide are the
result of carefully controlled tests performed on
well-maintained test vehicles. Any differences
between the test conditions and the condition of
your vehicle, your driving habits, and the road and
traffic conditions under which you have to drive
will probably result in a different fuel economy
from that listed for your car. You can control some
of these differences, such  as your vehicle's
engine condition and your  driving habits. Other
differences, such as weather, traffic, or hilly
conditions, cannot be changed.

When And Where You Drive

Temperature
Summer temperatures (over 70°F.) are better for
fuel economy than winter temperatures. At 20°F.,
for example, there can be  an approximate 8-
percent fuel economy loss compared to the
combined MPG number in this Guide. For a 20-
MPG (combined) vehicle, this is about 1.5 MPG.

Wind
Wind can increase or decrease fuel economy.
Examples for a car that normally gets 20 MPG
(combined) are:
  18 MPH tailwind"»about 12-percent gain in fuel
economy (2.4  MPG).
  18 MPH crosswind-*about 1-percent loss in fuel
economy (1 MPG).
  18 MPH headwind ^about 10-percent loss in
fuel economy (2 MPG).

Precipitation
Rain or snow,  and the wet roads that result, can
cause an approximate 10-percent loss in fuel
economy (2 MPG for a 20-MPG vehicle).
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Road Condition
Rough or loose road surfaces (such as sand or
gravel) can also cause a fuel economy loss
ranging between 10 and 30 percent (or 2 to 6
MPG for a 20-MPG vehicle). Cars use more fuel
on hilly roads than flat roads. The fuel saved in
going downhill does not equal the extra fuel used
going uphill. Mountain driving causes an even
greater fuel economy penalty.


How You Drive

An engine that is already warmed up (such as  one
that was used in the last 4 hours) requires less
fuel to reach its most efficient operating condition
than a "cold" engine (such as one in a car parked
overnight). Trip length also affects fuel economy.
Shorter trips (under 5 miles) do  not allow the
engine to reach its best operating condition,
whereas longer trips allow the peak operating
temperature and engine condition to be obtained.
This does not mean that you can save fuel by
increasing the length of your short trips. It does
mean that by combining numerous short trips into
a single, longer trip you can save fuel by reducing
the total miles driven as well as taking advantage
of your vehicle's warmed-up condition.
Smooth, even driving improves fuel economy
performance; therefore, try to avoid sudden stops
and starts. By anticipating stop lights and
intersections, you can slow down gradually. Also,
avoid rapid accelerations. On the highway, you will
improve your fuel economy by driving at or below
the 55-MPH speed limit.


Your Vehicle's Condition

The condition of your vehicle is important, too, for
fuel economy reasons:
• Maintain your vehicle according to the
   manufacturer's specifications. On the average,
   a tuned-up vehicle gets approximately 3 to  9
   percent better fuel economy than one that  has
   not been properly maintained.

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• Keep the tires inflated to the proper pressure.
  Underinflated tires can cause a fuel economy
  loss.
For a more detailed technical discussion of the
factors that affect fuel economy, write for
"Factors Affecting Fuel Economy." This is
available free from:

Public Information Center (PM-215)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Washington, D.C. 20460
Fuel Economy Tests

The city and highway fuel economy values in this
Guide come from tests conducted or approved by
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
These tests are performed on vehicles submitted
by the auto industry to EPA to demonstrate
compliance with the requirements of the Clean Air
Act and the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.
Each vehicle is tested under precisely controlled
conditions by professional drivers in a laboratory
on a dynamometer. The dynamometer is a
machine that permits exact simulation of the
vehicle's operation under various driving
conditions. Temperature is controlled in the
laboratory in a range of 68° to 86° F. in order to
provide the same temperature conditions for all
vehicles.

City Test

This test simulates a 7.5-mile, stop-and-go trip
with a speed range of 0 to 56 MPH, and an
average speed of 20 MPH.  The trip takes 23
minutes and has 18 stops. Eighteen percent of
the trip is spent idling,  such as would be expected
in the city at traffic lights or in rush-hour traffic.
Two kinds of engine starts are used. One is a cold
start, which is similar to starting a car in the
morning after it has been parked all night. The
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other is a hot start, which is similar to starting a
vehicle after having parked it for a short time
while shopping. The information from this test is
then combined to represent the fuel economy of
that vehicle during a realistic mixture of hot and
cold starts during urban driving conditions.

Highway Test
This test simulates a 10-mile, non-stop trip that
begins with the vehicle warmed up. The trip has
an average speed of about 50  MPH and lasts 13
minutes. The speed during the test ranges from 0
to 60 MPH. If your highway driving speed
averages faster than the test's average of 50
MPH, you should expect to achieve poorer fuel
economy than the highway fuel economy
estimate in this Guide. The amount of this
decrease is approximately 10 to 15 percent for
every 10 MPH above 50 MPH.
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Index
MANUFACTURER  CAR/TRUCK LINE
AM GENERAL
AMERICAN
 MOTORS
AUDI



BUICK
CADILLAC
CHEVROLET
CHRYSLER
DATSUN
DODQE
POST OFFICE
  VEHICLE

GREMLIN
HORNET
HORNET WAGON
MATADOR
MATADOR WAGON
PACER
PACER WAGON

FOX
FOX WAGON
100LS

CENTURY WAGON

CENTURY/REGAL
ELECTRA
ESTATE WAGON
LESABRE
OPEL BY 1SUZU
RIVIERA
SKYHAWK
SKYLARK

CADILLAC
COMMERCIAL
  CHASSIS
ELDORADO
LIMOUSINE
SEVILLE

CAMARO
CHEVETTE
CHEVROLET
CHEVROLET
  WAGON
CORVETTE
EL CAMINO

LUV CAB CHASSIS

LUV PICKUP
MALIBU
MALIBU WAGON

MONTE CARLO
MONZA
NOVA
PICKUP

VAN

VEGA
VEGA WAGON

CHRYSLER
CHRYSLER
  WAGON
CORDOBA

B-210
F-10
F-10 WAGON
PICKUP
280Z

ASPEN
ASPEN WAGON

CELESTE
CHARGER SE
     SIZE CLASS         PAGE

VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
 TRUCKS

SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
COMPACT CARS              9
SMALL STATION WAGONS      15
LARGE CARS                13
LARGE STATION WAGONS      17
COMPACT CARS              9
SMALL STATION WAGONS      15

SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SMALL STATION WAGONS      15
COMPACT CARS             10

MID-SIZE                   16
 STATION WAGONS
MID-SIZE CARS              11
LARGE CARS                13
LARGE STATION WAGONS      17
LARGE CARS                13
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
LARGE CARS                13
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
COMPACT CARS             10

LARGE CARS                13
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
 TRUCKS
MID-SIZE CARS              11
LARGE CARS                13
COMPACT CARS             10

SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
LARGE CARS                13
LARGE STATION WAGONS      17

TWO SEATERS              14
STANDARD PICKUP           18
 TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
 TRUCKS
SMALL PICKUP TRUCKS        18
MID-SIZE CARS              11
MID-SIZE                   16
 STATION WAGONS
COMPACT CARS             10
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
COMPACT CARS             10
STANDARD PICKUP           18
 TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
 TRUCKS
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SMALL STATION WAGONS      15

LARGE CARS                13
LARGE STATION WAGONS      17

MID-SIZE CARS              11

SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SMALL STATION WAGONS      15
SMALL PICKUP TRUCKS        18
TWO SEATERS              14

COMPACT CARS             10
MID-SIZE                   16
 STATION WAGONS
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
MID-SIZE CARS              12
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MANUFACTURER CAR/TRUCK LINE
                     SIZE CLASS
                       PAGE
DODGE
FORD
CMC
JEEP
LINCOLN-
  MERCURY
MAZDA
OLDSMOBILE
COLT
COLT WAGON
MONACO
MONACO WAGON

PICKUP

ROYAL MONACO
ROYAL MONACO
  WAGON
UTILITY

VAN
BRONCO

FORD
FORD WAGON
GRANADA
LTD II
LTD II WAGON

MAVERICK
MUSTANG II
PICKUP

PINTO
PINTO WAGON
RANCHERO

THUNDERBIRD
VAN (ECONOLINE/
  CLUB WAGON)

PICKUP

SPRINT

VAN
JEEP
BOBCAT
BOBCAT WAGON
COMET
CONTINENTAL
  MARKV
COUGAR WAGON

COUGAR/
  COUGAR XR-7
LINCOLN
  CONTINENTAL
MERCURY
MERCURY WAGON
MONARCH

COSMO
RX-4
RX-4 WAGON
608
806 WAGON

CUSTOM CRUISER
  WAGON
CUTLASS
DELTA 88
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15
MID-SIZE CARS               12
MID-SIZE                   16
  STATION WAGONS
STANDARD PICKUP            19
  TRUCKS
LARGE CARS                13
LARGE STATION WAGONS       17

VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
  TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
  TRUCKS

VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
  TRUCKS
LARGE CARS                13*
LARGE STATION WAGONS       17
COMPACT CARS              10
MID-SIZE CARS               12
MID-SIZE                   16
  STATION WAGONS
SUBCOMPACT CARS           7
SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
STANDARD PICKUP            19
  TRUCKS
SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15
STANDARD PICKUP            19
  TRUCKS
COMPACT CARS              10
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
  TRUCKS

STANDARD PICKUP            19
  TRUCKS
STANDARD PICKUP            19
  TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
  TRUCKS

VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       20
  TRUCKS

SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15
SUSCOMPACT CARS           8
MID-SIZE CARS               12

MID-SIZE                   16
  STATION WAGONS
MID-SIZE CARS               12

LARGE CARS                13

LARGE CARS                13
LARGE STATION WAGONS       17
COMPACT CARS              10

SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15 .
SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15

LARGE STATION WAGONS       17

MID-SIZE CARS               12
LARGE CARS                13
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MANUFACTURER CAR/TRUCK LINE
                     SIZE CLASS
                       PAGE
OLDSMOBILE
PLYMOUTH
PONTIAC
PORSCHE



SUBARU


TOYOTA
VOLKSWAGEN
OLDSMOBILE 98
OMEGA
STARFIRE
TORONADO
VISTA CRUISER
  WAGON

ARROW
CRICKET
CRICKET WAGON
FURY
FURY WAGON

GRAN FURY
GRAN FURY
  WAGON
UTILITY

VAN

VOLARE
VOLARE WAGON
ASTRE
ASTRE SAFARI
  WAGON
FIREBIRD
GRAND PRIX
LEMANS
LEMANS SAFARI
  WAGON
PONTIAC
PONTIAC SAFARI
  WAGON
SUNBIRD
VENTURA

TURBO CARRERA
911S
924

SUBARU
SUBARU WAGON

CELICA
COROLLA
COROLLA WAGON
CORONA
CORONA WAGON
HILUX
HILUX CAB
  CHASSIS
LAND CRUISER

LAND CRUISER
  WAGON

BEETLE
BUS (WAGON,
  KOMBI.
  CAMPMOBILE)
DASHER
DASHER DIESEL
DASHER WAGON
DASHER WAGON
  DIESEL
RABBIT
RABBIT DIESEL
SCIROCCO
LARGE CARS                13
COMPACT CARS              10
SUBCOMPACT CARS           B
LARGE CARS                14
MID-SIZE                    18
  STATION WAGONS

SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15
MID-SIZE CARS               12
MID-SIZE                    16
  STATION WAGONS
LARGE CARS                14
LARGE STATION WAGONS       1$

VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       21
  TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       21
  TRUCKS
COMPACT CARS              11
MID-SIZE                    17
  STATION WAGONS

SUBCOMPACT CARS           8
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15

SUBCOMPACT CARS          6,9
COMPACT CARS              11
MID-SIZE CARS               12
MID-SIZE                    17
  STATION WAGONS
LARGE CARS                14
LARGE STATION WAGONS       18

SUBCOMPACT CARS           0
COMPACT CARS              11

TWO SEATERS               14
TWOSEATERS               14
TWO SEATERS               14

SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SMALL STATION WAGONS       15

SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SMALL STATION WAGONS       16
SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SMALL STATION WAGONS       16
SMALL PICKUP TRUCKS        18
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       21
  TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       21
  TRUCKS
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       21
  TRUCKS

SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
VANS/SPECIAL PURPOSE       21
  TRUCKS

SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SMALL STATION WAGONS       16
SMALL STATION WAGONS       16

SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SUBCOMPACT CARS           9
SUBCOMPACT CARS           9

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Fuel Economy Labels

Alt 1977 passenger automobiles and light trucks
are required to have gas mileage labels if they
have gross vehicle weights of 6000 pounds or
less. There are two types of labels. The one that
will appear on most vehicles  is the General Label.
The fuel economy numbers on these labels are
the same as those that appear in this "Gas
Mileage Guide" and are based on an average of
fuel economy test results for similar versions of a
given model.
The Specific Label (which will be clearly marked
"Specific Label") will have additional information
about that vehicle's characteristics and will have
fuel economy estimates that  relate to a specific
individual vehicle within the  model line.
Because of this, the Specific Label in some cases
will have fuel economy estimates that are different
from the General Label values in the "Gas
Mileage Guide."
Also, the estimates on a Specific Label may not
fall into the range of fuel economy estimates
listed for its class. This is because a specific
model may be more fuel efficient than the average
for the model type.
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