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Automakers say U.S. fuel economy standards are unrealistic, consulting costs for consumers

Automakers say U.S. fuel economy standards are unrealistic, consulting costs, consumers

Washington (Reuters) – car business groups said the U. S. The organization should review the fuel efficiency of the mandate of the treaty in the final weeks of the administration of President Obama because the costs would be onerous standards do not reflect-do cheap Gas Prices are affecting consumer demand, but stopped short of asking for a reduction of the specific requirements of 2025.

comments on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the National Highway traffic safety (NHTSA) to set up the next round in the battle between automakers in the state of California and environmental groups that argue against any withdrawal of the emission limits of greenhouse gases.

automakers want changes that will make it easier for them to comply with fuel economy standards, including flexibility in the use of the accreditation system in the framework of the program.

the car manufacturers to meet the parallel to the fuel economy standards is overseen by the NHTSA, and vehicle emissions limits regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The President of Donald Trump has defended the Edit, saying there is a need to promote economic growth. In March he said the auto workers, “we’re going to ensure that any systems we have to protect and defend the work of your factories.”

Alliance of Automobile manufacturers, a trade group representing General Motors Corp. (GM.N) Toyota Motor CORP (7203.T), Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) and others, said the Environmental Protection Agency underestimated the costs of technologies needed to meet the 2025 requirements.

Obama’s completed rules 2012 to double the fleetwide average fuel economy to 54.5 MPG by 2025, but the EPA revised to 51.4 MPG on the basis of the high number of trucks. The Environmental Protection Agency said that this would result in a real-world average of 36 MPG by the year 2025 because of the car loans received the differences in the test procedures against the real driving.

automakers earn credits through the production of cars and trucks that exceed the requirements in a particular year-then you can apply credits to a deficit in the coming years. So earn credits for air conditioning improvements to building electric cars and other improvements that may not be captured in the test procedures.

automakers said the Obama administration found that the 2025 goals can be achieved at a reasonable cost which is based on the errors in modeling the effect of new technology and assumptions about fuel prices and sales trends that have proven wrong.

global automakers, a group representing Honda Motor (it’s 7267..T), Hyundai Motor (005380.KS) and others, cited shift the tastes of consumers the largest vehicles is a problem.

“there are simply put, the imbalance between the increase of displacement in the standards, and lower consumer demand for fuel efficiency” in comments filed late Thursday with the u.s. The Environmental Protection Agency.

two car groups said the EPA has agreed to develop an approach modeling after being told by the model “caused the Agency to overestimate the role that traditional technologies can play in achieving improvements in the future.

Environmental Protection Agency spokesman declined to how to review it, saying that he reviewed all of the comments.

risk car California the most populous in the United States of America the state wants a mass withdrawal from the 2012 Convention joined the National EPA standard if the current standards are weak. California standards followed by dozens of other states. Car manufacturers have said it is crucial to keep the national emissions development to avoid higher costs by having to meet two different standards.

California on Friday, it won’t budge.

“if the Federal standards are relaxed even though the overwhelming evidence shows that they should continue as is, California wants to maintain its standards. Moreover, we follow all the legal remedies available to overturn Federal actions that are not supported by the facts and the law,” state officials said in a statement.

environmental groups therefore oppose the decision to open standards.

the natural resources Defense Council said: “car manufacturers can meet the current standards  with known technologies at a reasonable cost. … Rolling them again, however, would increase pollution and raise costs for drivers to slow innovation and put jobs at risk”.

reported by David Shepardson; editing by Leslie Eagle

we have standards:Thomson Reuters trust principles.

automakers say U.S. fuel economy standards are unrealistic, consulting costs, consumers

Washington (Reuters) – Car business groups said the U. S. The organization should review the fuel efficiency of the mandate of the treaty in the final weeks of the administration of President Obama because the costs would be onerous standards do not reflect-do cheap Gas Prices are affecting consumer demand, but stopped short of asking for a reduction of the specific requirements of 2025.

comments on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the National Highway traffic safety (NHTSA) to set up the next round in the battle between automakers in the state of California and environmental groups that argue against any withdrawal of the emission limits of greenhouse gases.

automakers want changes that will make it easier for them to comply with fuel economy standards, including flexibility in the use of the accreditation system in the framework of the program.

the car manufacturers to meet the parallel to the fuel economy standards is overseen by the NHTSA, and vehicle emissions limits regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The President of Donald Trump has defended the Edit, saying there is a need to promote economic growth. In March he said the auto workers, “we’re going to ensure that any systems we have to protect and defend the work of your factories.”

Alliance of Automobile manufacturers, a trade group representing General Motors Corp. (GM.N) Toyota Motor CORP (7203.T), Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) and others, said the Environmental Protection Agency underestimated the costs of technologies needed to meet the 2025 requirements.

Obama’s completed rules 2012 to double the fleetwide average fuel economy to 54.5 MPG by 2025, but the EPA revised to 51.4 MPG on the basis of the high number of trucks. The Environmental Protection Agency said that this would result in a real-world average of 36 MPG by the year 2025 because of the car loans received the differences in the test procedures against the real driving.

automakers earn credits through the production of cars and trucks that exceed the requirements in a particular year-then you can apply credits to a deficit in the coming years. So earn credits for air conditioning improvements to building electric cars.Ther improvements that may not be captured in the test procedures.

automakers said the Obama administration found that the 2025 goals can be achieved at a reasonable cost which is based on the errors in modeling the effect of new technology and assumptions about fuel prices and sales trends that have proven wrong.

global automakers, a group representing Honda Motor (it’s 7267..T), Hyundai Motor (005380.KS) and others, cited shift the tastes of consumers the largest vehicles is a problem.

“there are simply put, the imbalance between the increase of displacement in the standards, and lower consumer demand for fuel efficiency” in comments filed late Thursday with the u.s. The Environmental Protection Agency.

two car groups said the EPA has agreed to develop an approach modeling after being told by the model “caused the Agency to overestimate the role that traditional technologies can play in achieving improvements in the future.

Environmental Protection Agency spokesman declined to how to review it, saying that he reviewed all of the comments.

risk car California the most populous in the United States of America the state wants a mass withdrawal from the 2012 Convention joined the National EPA standard if the current standards are weak. California standards followed by dozens of other states. Car manufacturers have said it is crucial to keep the national emissions development to avoid higher costs by having to meet two different standards.

California on Friday, it won’t budge.

“if the Federal standards are relaxed even though the overwhelming evidence shows that they should continue as is, California wants to maintain its standards. Moreover, we follow all the legal remedies available to overturn Federal actions that are not supported by the facts and the law,” state officials said in a statement.

environmental groups therefore oppose the decision to open standards.

the natural resources Defense Council said: “car manufacturers can meet the current standards  with known technologies at a reasonable cost. … Rolling them again, however, would increase pollution and raise costs for drivers to slow innovation and put jobs at risk”.

reported by David Shepardson; editing by Leslie Eagle

we have standards:Thomson Reuters trust principles.

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