MPG

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MPGMiles Per Gallon (fuel consumption)
MPGMPEG format file (file name extension)
MPGMax Planck Gesellschaft (Germany)
MPGMinutes Per Game (basketball statistic)
MPGMost Popular Girl
MPGMultiplayer Game
MPGMedizinproduktegesetz (German law, transposing EU-Guidelines for medical devices)
MPGMax Planck Gymnasium (gaming)
MPGMaple Leaf Garden
MPGMoth Photographers Group (Mississippi State University)
MPGMolecular Physics Group (UK)
MPGMillivres Prowler Group (UK)
MPGMinerals Planning Guidance (UK)
MPGMigration Policy Group
MPGMedia Production Group (various organizations)
MPGMiles per Gallon
MPGMultiple Page
MPGMotion Picture Guide
MPGMulti Player Game
MPGMotion Picture Experts Group
MPGMultiple Peer Group
MPGMassively Played Games
MPGManufactured Products Group (Davisburg, MI)
MPGMotor Press Guild
MPGManual Pulse Generator (CNC machine tool)
MPGMedical Physics Group (various locations)
MPGMultipoint Grounding (electrical installation)
MPGMulti-Market Products Group (RF Micro Devices, Inc.)
MPGMean Plasma Glucose (blood level calculation)
MPGMemory Products Group
MPGMcCallum Print Group (Seattle, WA)
MPGManaging Personal Growth (Blessing White)
MPGMega Property Group (Australia)
MPGMulti-Platform Gaming
MPGMaestro Projects Group (software vendor; Fiserv; Malvern, PA)
MPGMeeting Professionals Guide (publication; various locations)
MPGMacintosh Product Guide
MPGManöverpatronengerät (German: Blank-firing adaptor)
MPGMobile Protected Gun
MPGMultiple Point Ground (electrical reference)
MPGMultiple Preferred Guest (IBM mainframes VM)
MPGManagement Procedures and Guidelines
MPGMicrowave Pulse Generator
MPGModem Processor Group
MPGMedium Particle Gun (gaming, Missionforce: Cyberstorm)
MPGMeson Projection Gun
MPGMiller Publishing Group LLC
MPGMission Profile Generator
MPGMagazine Promotion Group
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According to the preliminary EPA data, Mazda was the manufacturer with the highest adjusted fuel economy, 27.5 miles per gallon, followed by Honda and Toyota.
Ten were out by at least 18 miles per gallon, with the Kia Picanto 1.0 performing worst - claiming 67.3mpg but achieving just 41.2mpg in a series of What Car?
According to the plan as formulated by the Obama administration, automakers will double the average, unadjusted fuel-economy rating of their car and light truck vehicle fleets to 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 from today's standard of 27 miles per gallon.
Environmental groups had pushed the administration to implement a standard of 60 miles per gallon. The final figure of 54.5 miles per gallon represents a compromise with automakers who were concerned that technological limitations would keep them from meeting the higher standards.
The firm's director for standardization, Kayvan Vaziri, said Iran Khodro has already dramatically improved the fuel efficiency of its cars from 26.5 miles per gallon in 2009 to 29.7 mpg in 2010.
Expecting Pete's tips to have probably helped save a little fuel, I was astonished when he told me the car's computer was now revealing I had gone from getting 24 miles per gallon out of the car at the start of the lesson, to 60 miles per gallon at the end of it.
By comparison, Toyota's 2011 model-year Prius has an EPA rating of 51 miles per gallon in city driving and 48 in highway driving.
The analysis, by the Union of Concerned Scientists, the Natural Resources Defense Council and New Hampshire Sierra Club, calculates the potential benefits to New Hampshire families of raising average fuel efficiency standards to 60 miles per gallon for cars and light trucks by the year 2025.
AA president Edmund King was speaking in advance of the 2008 UK MPG Marathon (see opposite page), where competing teams aim to drive economically to record the highest miles per gallon and the greatest increase against the car manufacturers' official figures.
The dual-ventilated design has its roots in offshore racing, and the company says this hull features a top speed in the mid-70s and can attain 2 miles per gallon at cruise.
The small, but punchy three cylinder, 1.0-litre engine offers 50 miles per gallon on average which equates to 450 miles between fill ups.
The proposed rule includes miles per gallon requirements under the federal Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards program and would require model year 2016 vehicles to meet an estimated combined average emission level of 250 grams of carbon dioxide per mile.