The fuel efficiency and carbon-dioxide emissions of new light vehicles in Australia have improved dramatically in recent years, new research by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says. Last year, Australia’s fleet of new vehicles averaged 226.1 g/km of CO2, down from 230.4 g/km in 2006, the FCAI says, noting that over the past five years the industry has achieved a reduction in average CO2 of more than 10% from 252 g/km in 2002. The FCAI oversees a voluntary code, endorsed by ...

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