Chapter 4 Light Vehicles and Characteristics

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Table 4.1 Summary Statistics for Cars, 1970–2011
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Table 4.2 Summary Statistics for Two-Axle, Four-Tire Trucks , 1970-2011
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Table 4.3 Summary Statistics on Class 1, Class 2a, and Class 2b Light Trucks
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Table 4.4 Sales Estimates of Class 1, Class 2a, and Class 2b Light Trucks, 1989-1999
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Table 4.5 New Retail Car Sales in the United States, 1970–2012
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Table 4.6 New Retail Sales of Trucks 10,000 pounds GVW and Less in the United States, 1970–2012
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Table 4.7 Period Sales, Market Shares, and Sales-Weighted Fuel Economies of New Domestic and Import Cars, Selected Model Years 1975-2012
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Table 4.8 Definition of Wagons in Model Year 2012
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Table 4.9 Definition of Non-Truck Sport Utility Vehicles in Model Year 2012
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Table 4.10 Period Sales, Market Shares, and Sales-Weighted Fuel Economies of New Domestic and Import Light Trucks, Model Years 1975-2012
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Table 4.11 Light Vehicle Market Shares by Size Class, Model Years 1975–2012
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Figure 4.1 Light Vehicle Market Shares, Model Years, 1975-2012
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Table 4.12 Sales-Weighted Engine Size of New Domestic and Import Cars by Size Class, Model Years 1975–2012
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Table 4.13 Sales-Weighted Engine Size of New Domestic and Import Light Trucks by Size Class, Model Years 1975–2012
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Table 4.14 Sales-Weighted Curb Weight of New Domestic and Import Cars by Size Class, Model Years 1975–2012
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Table 4.15 Sales-Weighted Interior Space of New Domestic and Import Cars by Size Class, Model Years 1977–2012
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Table 4.16 Average Material Consumption for a Light Vehicle, Model Years1995, 2000, and 2011
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Table 4.17 New Light Vehicle Dealerships and Sales, 1970–2011
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Table 4.18 Conventional Refueling Stations, 1993-2011
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Table 4.19 Fuel Economy and Carbon Dioxide Emissions Standards, MY 2012-2025
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Table 4.20 Fuel Economy and Carbon Dioxide Targets for Model Year 2025
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Table 4.21 Car Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standards versus Sales-Weighted Fuel Economy Estimates, 1978–2012
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Table 4.22 Light Truck Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standards versus Sales-Weighted Fuel Economy Estimates, 1978–2012
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Table 4.23 Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Fines Collected, 1983-2011
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Table 4.24 The Gas Guzzler Tax on New Cars
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Table 4.25 List of Model Year 2012 Cars with Gas Guzzlers Taxes
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Table 4.26 Tax Receipts from the Sale of Gas Guzzlers, 1980-2011
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Table 4.27 Fuel Economy by Speed, PSAT Model Results
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Table 4.28 Fuel Economy by Speed, 1973, 1984, 1997 and 2012 Studies
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Figure 4.2 Fuel Economy by Speed, 1973, 1984, 1997 and 2012 Studies
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Table 4.29 Driving Cycle Attributes
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Figure 4.3 City Driving Cycle
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Figure 4.4 Highway Driving Cycle
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Figure 4.5 Air Conditioning (SC03) Driving Cycle
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Figure 4.6 Cold Temperature (Cold FTP) Driving Cycle
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Figure 4.7 High Speed (US06) Driving Cycle
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Figure 4.8 New York City Driving Cycle
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Figure 4.9 Representative Number Five Driving Cycle
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Table 4.30 Projected Fuel Economies from U.S., European, and Japanese Driving Cycles
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Table 4.31 Comparison of U.S., European, and Japanese Driving Cycles
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Table 4.32 Example of Differing Results Using the U.S., European, and Japanese Driving Cycles
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Table 4.33 Summary Statistics on Demand Response Vehicles, 1994-2011
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