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So my baby is a PZEV. I saw that on the sticker and I know what it means but I wonder why would they deliver this car to New York? Does anyone else have one?
Does anyone know of any differences in a PZEV vs a non-PZEV as far as mileage, performance, etc..
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QUOTE (PattyNY811 @ Jul 20 2010, 07:45 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=343366
So my baby is a PZEV. I saw that on the sticker and I know what it means but I wonder why would they deliver this car to New York? Does anyone else have one?
Does anyone know of any differences in a PZEV vs a non-PZEV as far as mileage, performance, etc..
Thanks...
My sticker says "This vehicle is certified to meet emission requirements in all 50 states". City MPG 22, Highway 35.

My dealer is as far from California as yours. My guess is that they are all the same.
 

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i would say they are all the same. I know on my old 2007 subaru legacy, it was a year where they made some PZEV's and some without..mine was one w/o it and I got less mpg than the ones with PZEV BUT I also had like 5 more HP.
 

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From Hyundai's website:
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Another way to measure an engine’s efficiency is whether it meets Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) standards. It does, with a version of the four-cylinder meeting Partial Zero Emission Vehicle9 (PZEV) standards in some states.
(Source: h e r e).

Sounds like different versions to me.
 

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QUOTE (Phil the Canuck @ Jul 21 2010, 04:14 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=343676
The Sonata PZEV loses 8HP over normal GLS/Limited, but you get to save the earth.

just for that, I'm breaking out the wife's aqua net cans......who needs a stinkin ozone layer anyway??? :innocent:
 
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