We at Avery Greene Honda care about keeping our environment healthy and green — including our backyard here in Vallejo, California. That’s why we’re proud to sell Honda models, made by a manufacturer who strives for efficiency and sustainability.
In case you haven’t heard, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released its 2021 Automotive Trends Report assessing mainstream automakers for their fuel economy and environmental consciousness.
Fuel economy matters more than simply saving you money on gas fill-ups; it has a major impact on the atmosphere and environment by consuming fuel and emitting carbon dioxide. Generally, the more fuel-efficient a vehicle is, the better it is for the environment. And, the less CO2 emitted by a vehicle, the less damage it does to the atmosphere.
That’s why the EPA looked at the average MPG across each OEM’s lineup and the tailpipe CO2 emissions of all models in the lineup of every leading automaker. In both categories, Honda earned the top rank. The Honda brand’s strive toward increasing the fuel economy of its lineup and offering more electrified vehicles in America have been part of the company’s vision for a greener future.
What does this mean for you as a driver in Vallejo, California? That if you want to preserve the beauty and natural elements of the San Francisco Bay Area, you’ll want to drive a vehicle that doesn’t guzzle gas and doesn’t belch a lot of fumes into the air. We at Avery Greene Honda recommend considering a Honda for your next vehicle since the EPA ranked them highly on its 2021 EPA Automotive Trends Report.
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