Find-a-Car: FuelEconomy.gov

4.2
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About this app

FuelEconomy.gov’s Find-a-Car App helps you find a fuel-efficient vehicle that’s right for you! View official EPA fuel economy, fuel cost estimates, safety ratings, and more for new and used cars and trucks. Personalize estimates based on your driving habits and fuel costs. Scan QR codes on window stickers while you are shopping to quickly compare to other vehicles you are considering.

• Official EPA fuel economy ratings for cars and trucks from 1984 to the present
• Fuel cost estimates
• Annual petroleum use estimates
• EPA greenhouse gas ratings
• Official NHTSA safety ratings
• Vehicle specifications
• Personalize estimates based on your fuel prices and driving habits
• Scan QR codes on window stickers to quickly download data
• Save a list of your favorite vehicles for quick access
• A product of the FuelEconomy.gov website, the official government source for fuel economy information (sponsored by DOE and EPA)
Updated on
Feb 21, 2016

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4.2
101 reviews
A Google user
January 17, 2020
Doesn't give me full vehicle options as well as requires it to be too specific when trying to find a vehicle from a broad spectrum. Also doesn't give you the option for a car BETWEEN years.
6 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
July 26, 2019
I could not resist myself to mark 5 stars but I gave 4 because we as middle east we measure driving distance with km/h.. please put as an option to use.
15 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 13, 2019
This app does't help you find a car. I.E. I want to find which hybrids are available. No can do!
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What's new

Added links to support / feedback via email and to the desktop website FuelEconomy.gov.