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One of the biggest selling points of the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid is its fuel efficiency. Touted as the most fuel-efficient hybrid vehicle in America, the base Blue model boasts fuel efficiency of 58 mpg combined.
Ford’s all-new Police Responder Hybrid Sedan will get an EPA-estimated 38 mpg combined and is designed for urban or local patrol.
The 2017 Passat comes with more features offered on lower trims. Forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking are now standard across all trims, and blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert is now standard on both R-Line and SE trims.
You won’t find these vehicles at many fleets! We asked fleets about the unusual vehicles their agencies own and operate. Here are a few of their unique fleet units.
Fleets looking for excellent fuel efficiency can look to the Toyota Prius, which still has the best fuel economy of the hybrids available.
Instead of a gauge showing RPM, the Camry Hybrid displays three states: “Charge,” “Eco,” and “Power.” I assume if you want to improve your MPG, you can try to stay in the Charge and Eco modes for a long as possible.
The truck's body is made of high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy, which Ford says will not only reduce weight but also improve payload, towing, and fuel efficiency.
As police fleets search for their next patrol car, Government Fleet provides a brief review of popular police vehicles from the past, as well as current offerings from automakers.
With an infusion of funding and ambitious plans for new models, Saab is looking toward the future with product offerings that include a brand-new, next-generation platform.
Increasing professionalism is helping drive fleet management out of the “dirty garage” stereotype. Effective communication with public officials, citizens, supervisors, and customers can further improve the image of fleet operations.
General Motors showcased its Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana CNG vans at the Green Fleet Conference, allowing fleet managers and the public a look inside the cargo van for the first time.
NHTSA’s updated safety rating program could result in lower ratings for 2011-MY vehicles, even though vehicles are no less safe than those of the previous model-year.
Nissan’s first entry into the commercial vehicle market in North America, the 2012 Nissan NV (Nissan Van), will be available in three models and two roof configurations.