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The EPA requires carmakers to follow a test script that has not changed in more than a decade. The script must be the same, experts said, in order to compare vehicles or validate data. They put the vehicles on a dynamometer — a treadmill for cars — that accelerates and slows down at a programmed interval known as a “drive cycle.” A device measures pollutants from the tailpipe. Aware of the script, VW installed 2009-2015 diesel models with software that sensed when the vehicles were on the treadmill and switched the emissions system to trap the right amount of nitrogen oxide. That sophisticated software algorithm sensed things such as the position of the steering wheel, speed, the duration of the engine’s operation and barometric pressure. Out on the road, the exhaust system would switch back to allowing more pollutants to pass through the nitrogen oxide trap and spill out of the tail pipe. Volkswagen’s 2009 Jetta and Jetta Sportwagen models passed the dynamometer tests and were certified for sale in the U.S. In addition to certification, the EPA runs spot checks on cars representing 15 percent to 20 percent of models in a year to verify the data from manufacturers. “We can’t do a 100 percent check of every data point for every model,” said Byron Bunker, director of the EPA’s vehicle compliance program.
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2016 Honda CR-V Of the nine months of 2015 recorded so far, eight have shown decreases compared to the same months a year ago. So far, the overall average for 2015 stands at 25.3 mpg–the same as 2014. If that holds steady–or if average new-car fuel economy continues to decrease–2015 could be the first year that average fuel economy hasn’t increased since UMTRI researchers began tracking it in October 2007. ALSO SEE: Which Is Best Use Of Electric Cars: Eliminating Some Gas, Or Saving Lots Of It? Fuel economy is down 0.6 mpg from the peak recorded in August 2014, but still higher by 5.1 mpg over the level when monitoring began. Researchers also calculate a monthly Eco Driving Index, which estimates the average monthly greenhouse-gas emissions generated by individual U.S. drivers. It takes into account both fuel economy and distance driven. 2016 Ford F-150 For July (the most recent month with available data), the index stood at 0.82–unchanged from June. That’s an increase from the 0.79 recorded in July 2014 (lower numbers are better). MORE: EPA Will ‘Up Its Game’ With New Tests For Emissions Cheating The July 2015 figure means the average U.S.
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