I'm in the market for a new car, and fuel efficiency is important since I'm commuting 2 hours a day.
The EPA and Canadian governments use different measures of fuel efficiency. I don't mean just the US/Imperial gallon thing. If I convert those, I get consistently lower mpg listings from the EPA.
But we last bought a car in the US, which we have here now. So I'm unable to figure out what mpg we'll get from a car bought here given the EPA-listed mpg for our car, the real mpg for our car and the Canadian-listed L/100km for the new one.
So my real question is, have Canadian drivers managed to reach the government-listed efficiencies?