Download Fuel Economy Data
Fuel economy data are the result of vehicle testing done at the Environmental Protection Agency's National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and by vehicle manufacturers with oversight by EPA.
Attention! Revised Estimates
EPA Revises MPG Estimates for 2013–17 Audi, Bentley, Porsche and Volkswagen vehicles
EPA Revises MPG Estimates for 2014 MINI Cooper and Cooper S
EPA Revises MPG Estimates for 2013–14 Mercedes C300 4matic
EPA Revises MPG Estimates for 2013–14 Ford Vehicles
2012–13 Hyundai Data Revised (November 2, 2012)
2012–13 Kia Data Revised (November 2, 2012)
Datasets for All Model Years (1984–2024)
(Updated: Wednesday May 17 2023)
In order to make estimates comparable across model years, the MPG estimates for all 1984-2007 model year vehicles and some 2011-2016 model year vehicles have been revised. Learn More
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Zipped CSV File (Documentation)
Unzipped CSV File (Documentation)
Zipped XML File (Documentation)
Datasets and Guides for Individual Model Years
The MPG estimates in the files below reflect the original estimates shown on the EPA fuel Economy Label. MPGe and kWh/100 mile estimates for plug-in vehicles include losses that occur during charging.
1Data files have been compressed into *.zip files, which must be downloaded to your computer/device and unzipped before they can be used. The data files are formatted as either comma-separated value files (*.csv) or Excel (*.xls or *.xlxs) spreadsheet tables (documentation).
2Annual fuel costs shown in 1997-2014 Fuel Economy Guides are based on fuel prices when the guide was originally printed. Annual fuel cost estimates based on current prices are available in Find and Compare Cars