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MPG

(jargon)
Miles per gallon, as in "Your MPG may vary", i.e. "Your mileage may vary".

mpg

(filename extension)
A filename extension for a file in MPEG format.

MPG

(1) The extension used on the MPEG file format. See MPEG.

(2) (Miles Per Gallon) A measurement of fuel economy in a vehicle.
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The financing of MPG La Bufa 1 marks a tremendous milestone for our company, team and local community.
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The data, which can be downloaded to a PC and combined with a current odometer reading, can result in a more accurate mpg calculation.
Maria Luisa has served as interim CEO of MPG and Havas Media in North America, in addition to her global role, since 2010.
a[euro]cents Small Trucks and SUVs: The old vehicle must get 18 mpg or less.
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In consideration of Encore funding and ISE developing the MPG for heavy-duty hybrid vehicle applications, Encore said ISE will receive an exclusive territorial license to make, use and sell MPGs in the U.
Although the five may be somewhat controversial, Wallace says that it provides performance as good as many sixes, yet fuel economy like a four (the EPA estimated numbers for the 15 are 19/25 mpg for a two-wheel drive version and five-speed manual; 18/24 mpg with a four-speed automatic).
Independent tests have shown that many cover far fewer mpg than the official figures quoted in new car brochures.
HONDA'S all-new Insight coupe has set a new UK fuel economy record of 103 mpg after completing a non-stop 3,737 mile "Round-Britain" run.
The Sierra Club's Dan Becker, an energy campaigner, served on a Presidential commission that recommended raising the CAFE bar to 45 mpg for cars and 34 mpg for trucks.
In addition, MPG sold its development rights and an adjacent land parcel at San Diego Tech Center and received a payment in consideration for terminating its right to receive certain fees following the closing date.