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MPEG

Moving Pictures Experts Group Informatics The standard compression ratio for data transmission and pixels for video files. See Pixel.
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Including unchanged or tweaked editions for the new model year, the Ram 1500 Quad Cab stands as the fuel economy leader at 21 mpg in city driving and 29 mpg on the highway.
Thirty-three patients tried recanalization therapy while 3 of them had the poor image quality to calculate MPG. The increased MPG was associated with increased total blush, higher syntax score, and EF ( P < 0.05) [Table 2].
Include that with the 500's combined 34 mpg mustered from the 1.4-liter inline-4, and you've got a stylish accessory for a night out in a car that won't burn a hole in your wallet.
In October, Havas creates a new umbrella company, Havas Media, for all of its global media assets: in addition to MPG and Arena, these now include Media Contacts and Havas Sports.
But, in the "True MPG" test it could only manage 41.2 miles, more than 26mpg short.
said Government figures showed the Kia Picanto 1.0 2, for example, did 67.3mpg while the magazine's own test gave a figure of 41.2 mpg.
With a strong offering of fuel efficient models, including Elantra, Sonata Hybrid, Accent and Veloster M/T all achieving estimated 40 mpg highway fuel economy ratings, Hyundai continues to set the industry bar in fuel efficiency.
The European Commission accepted the European ombudsman's proposal for a friendly solution and refunded 70,000 to the NGO Migration Policy Group (MPG), on 24 January.
Fuel consumption (EU combined) of a Volvo S80 D5 is now an impressive 57.7 mpg (129 g/km of CO2) with manual gearbox and start/stop, placing it in the 18% BIK category.
CBS MoneyWatch.com is calling the Hyundai Tucson one of the best SUVs with high MPG. As Jerry Edgerton reports, Car buyers shift away from sport utilities, prompted by high gas prices, may be over.