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42 mpg on the highway. That's what the EPA rates the 2012 Chevy Cruze Eco. It's not a hybrid, but that number seems pretty amazing for a gasoline engine, no batteries, no electric motors. We drive the Cruze Eco from Ohio to NJ for a real-world test on nearly all highway driving. Watch the video to see the results.




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