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  • Despite the historically high gas prices, people still want to drive SUVs. And, naturally, people want to drive high-quality SUVs. Below, we've listed six sport utilities that, according to J.D. Power study findings, rank highest in their respective segments for quality, and which get at least 20 mpg in the city.

  • Electric vehicles (EVs) are arriving in dealer showrooms in increasing numbers, and car companies are working overtime in order to make them appealing as daily drivers for the average consumer.

  • A non-electric vehicle contains an internal combustion engine and related parts such as a fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel-injection systems, cooling system, and an exhaust system.

  • Consumers seeking an alternative to a traditional gasoline engine have numerous choices in today's new-vehicle marketplace. Each of the following types of powertrains is available to consumers today--some regionally, and one in very limited numbers in California--and all offer benefits over the common gasoline engine.

  • Natural-gas-powered vehicles burn compressed natural gas (CNG) instead of conventional gasoline. As with gasoline, CNG is mixed with air inside of an engine's cylinders, is ignited with a spark plug, and the resulting explosion moves the pistons and propels the vehicle.

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  • Despite the historically high gas prices, people still want to drive SUVs. And, naturally, people want to drive high-quality SUVs. Below, we've listed six sport utilities that, according to J.D. Power study findings, rank highest in their respective segments for quality, and which get at least 20 mpg in the city.

  • Electric vehicles (EVs) are arriving in dealer showrooms in increasing numbers, and car companies are working overtime in order to make them appealing as daily drivers for the average consumer.

  • A non-electric vehicle contains an internal combustion engine and related parts such as a fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel-injection systems, cooling system, and an exhaust system.

  • Consumers seeking an alternative to a traditional gasoline engine have numerous choices in today's new-vehicle marketplace. Each of the following types of powertrains is available to consumers today--some regionally, and one in very limited numbers in California--and all offer benefits over the common gasoline engine.

  • Natural-gas-powered vehicles burn compressed natural gas (CNG) instead of conventional gasoline. As with gasoline, CNG is mixed with air inside of an engine's cylinders, is ignited with a spark plug, and the resulting explosion moves the pistons and propels the vehicle.

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