Though automakers and car reviewers come up with their own numbers for fuel efficiency on any given car, the official MPG rating is determined by the Environmental Protection Agency. This agency has a thorough and involved testing process to figure out these numbers and how the vehicle impacts the environment.
The new 2013 Cadillac ATS has recently been judged by the Environmental Protection Agency, who have given this luxury vehicle a rating of 22 MPG in the city and 33 MPG on the highway, totaling a 26 MPG combined rating. According to automotive media, Cadillac is happy about these ratings as they are on par with what was expected.
As one journalist from MotorTrend put it, “When you consider the competition and factor in the lower pricing and high quality amenities offered by the 2013 Cadillac ATS, you can safely deduct that it could very well be the top pick for luxury sedan drivers that want luxury, power and a cost effective sticker price.”
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