PZEVPartial Zero-Emission Vehicle
PZEVPartial Zero Emission Vehicle
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The PZEV is to have its city mileage reduced to 19 from 20, its highway mileage from 29 to 28, and its combined figure from 23 to 22.
This is, after all, the 2011 Hyundai Elantra an economy car with a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $14,830 for the base GLS, $17,080 for the mid-line GLS PZEV, and $19,980 for the top-of-the-line Limited PZEV.
In addition, a PZEV-compliant tank is priced competitively versus a conventionally molded tank and is more economical than so-called PZEV "patch solutions," according to Inergy.
In addressing this challenge, Ford engineers hope to ultimately achieve partial zero-emissions vehicle (PZEV) status for the Escape Hybrid E85.
According to ARB, eligible vehicles must meet the state's Advanced Technology Partial Zero-emissions Vehicle (AT PZEV) standard for criteria pollutant emissions, as well as achieve 45 miles per gallon or better in highway fuel economy.
"Although plastic seems to have become the material of choice, steel makers raise concerns that [plastic tanks] cannot meet the California Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (PZEV) legislation emissions regulations," note the authors of a recent market study from automotive trade publisher Just-Auto.com.
Partial Zero Emission Vehicles (PZEV) meet SULEV tailpipe emission standards, have zero evaporative emissions and a 15 year / 150,000 mile warranty.
A Focus PZEV model that has all but eliminated emissions.
"This will enable vehicle makers to take advantage of steel's intrinsic impermeability to meet new regulations on evaporative emissions, such as PZEV (partial zero emission vehicle)."