EPA interior volume is **the amount of total space within the cabin of a vehicle as measured by the EPA**.

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## What is EPA for cars?

**The Environmental Protection Agency tests all vehicles under controlled lab conditions** so consumers can compare the fuel economy between different models. To find out more about these numbers, and for tips on improving your vehicle’s mileage, please visit www.fueleconomy.gov. …

## What is interior volume?

An interior volume index is **calculated from the combined passenger and trunk or cargo space**. After expansion, the module would have measured in length and in diameter, with of interior volume. It takes up less of the vehicle’s interior volume than coil springs.

## What is the interior volume of a car?

Class | Interior volume index |
---|---|

Small | < 130 cubic feet (3,680 l) |

Midsize | 130–159 cubic feet (3,680–4,500 l) |

Large | ≥ 160 cubic feet (4,530 l) |

## Is Hyundai Elantra a full-size car?

The hyundai elantra is listed as a compact car, but is **comparable to a midsize**.

## How do you find interior volume?

Calculate the volume by **multiplying the measured length and width of the space together, then multiply the result by the height of the room**. From the example, 10 * 25 feet = 250 square feet, and 5 * 10 feet = 50 square feet.

## How much room is in a Chevy Equinox?

The Chevy Equinox provides 29.9 cubic feet of cargo space behind its rear seats and **63.9 cubic feet with the rear seats folded**. That’s a decent amount of room for the compact SUV class, though many competitors offer more space.

## Is the EPA banning race cars?

PROTECT YOUR RIGHT TO RACE! **THE EPA IS BANNING RACECARS**. … Street vehicles—cars, trucks, and motorcycles—can’t be converted into racecars according to the EPA. The EPA has announced that enforcement against high performance parts—including superchargers, tuners, and exhaust systems—is a top priority.

## What is the least polluting car?

Greenest vehicles | MPG: city ^{1} |
Green ^{2} score |
---|---|---|

1. Hyundai Ioniq Electric |
4.7 | 67 |

2. Hyundai Ioniq Blue | 57 | 65 |

2. BMW i3 | 3.7 | 65 |

4. Honda Clarity Electric | 3.7 | 64 |

## What is a good EPA mileage?

Don’t expect to attain higher than 20 mpg overall with a non-hybrid, and most offer **less than 30 mpg on the highway**. The best fuel-efficient non-electric vehicles get the following EPA-estimated combined numbers: Small Pickup: Chevrolet Colorado 2WD Diesel and GMC Canyon 2WD Diesel get 23 mpg.

## What does cargo volume mean?

Cargo volume

Cargo volume is **the total cubic feet of space in a car’s cargo area**. In SUVs, minivans and hatchbacks, this measurement is often given twice, once with the seats up and a second time with the seats folded down.

## How much headroom do I need in a car?

We’ve calculated that **38 inches of headroom** is, for most tall-torso folks, the ideal minimum amount. Any less, and you’re unlikely to fit. Likewise, if leg room is a concern, we’ve found 43 inches to be a good dividing line.

## What is the volume of an average car?

Volume of the car passenger compartment is about 105 cubic feet = **about 3,000 litres**, which is about 6,000 water bottles.

## What problems do Hyundai Elantras have?

These cars from the 2019 to 2021 model years use engines that may have been assembled with inconsistently heat-treated piston oil rings. The concern is that the problem could **lead to increased oil consumption, progressing to a knocking sound**, and the engine seizing and stalling.

## What is the most reliable full-size car?

- Toyota Avalon. $463.
- Kia Cadenza. $491.
- Chevrolet Impala. $568.
- $697.
- Chrysler 300. $631.
- Buick Lucerne. $585.
- Nissan Maxima. $540.
- Dodge Charger. $652.

## Do Hyundai Elantras last long?

The Hyundai Elantra can easily last from **200,000 up to 250,000 miles** when properly maintained and driven sensibly. If you drive 15,000 miles annually, then it will last approximately 13 to 17 years before requiring expensive repairs. There are even instances of Elantras reaching up to 300,000 miles.