It’s moving from 2 cycles of tests to 5.
Starts with 2015 models, onwards.
Read it online at Autonet.ca
Or read it counter-clockwise.
It’s good this is happening, because these laboratory, perfect-enviroment tests are unattainable for the average driver.
The air conditioning is switched off, as are all the features and aids, the car is kept as light as possible, and the professional driver is using a very fuel-conscious driving style, which requires deep focus and concentration, and a style I’m not convinced we always drive with.
This also means that in a dealership, a 2014 model could be beside an almost identical 2015, but with a big discrepancy in ratings, like this:
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