Which car is your favorite?

The next time you decide to buy a new car, it’s probably because you want to be able to upgrade it with something like a new body kit, which can dramatically reduce emissions.

The latest research from auto-insurance giant Autosmart shows that the average cost of an “eco” car is $2,000 less than the cheapest used car on the market.

And that number only includes the price of the engine, transmission, and suspension components, which will go up in price once you upgrade the suspension.

The most expensive car on AutoInsurance.com is the $50,000 Audi A4, which is now selling for $35,000.

But the $2 million Lexus LS 500 is still cheaper, at $39,000, and the $36,000 Ford Mustang GT is still more expensive than the $35k Nissan Altima.

So it’s a good time to be an eco-car enthusiast, especially if you plan to buy the car in 2019, when the new standards will begin to take effect.

And as you can see in the infographic below, that number could get even higher in 2019: The next big update in the eco-vehicle market, the 2018 standard, is expected to come out this fall.

AutoInsurers say that in 2019 alone, they expect to see an average of 2,000 to 3,000 cars and trucks sold each year.

And if you’re a true eco-fan, the more you care about your vehicle’s emissions, the better off you are.

The best deals for 2018 All of the new car and truck deals on Auto Insurers.com are on sale until September 1.

That’s the same day that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) releases its Clean Air Act regulations for 2018.

In the meantime, you can check out the best deals we found in 2018 here.

The 2018-2019 Ford F-150 and Ford F150R EcoBoost EcoBoost F-350 EcoBoost Raptor EcoBoost 4WD EcoBoost Fusion EcoBoost V6 EcoBoost S Premium Ford F350 F-Series EcoBoost 3.0T EcoBoost 2.0 EcoBoost 2019 Ford F550 EcoBoost AWD EcoBoost 2018 Ford F450 EcoBoost 2017 Ford F250 EcoBoost 1.8L EcoBoost 2020 Ford F Series 2.5T EcoPower 2.6T EcoFuel 2018 Ford Focus EcoBoost Ford Focus 2.4T EcoCooling 2019 Ford Focus E EcoBoost 2015 Ford F35 EcoBoost 2014 Ford F50 EcoBoost 2013 Ford F100E EcoBoost 2012 Ford F500E EcoFuel 2013 Ford Fiesta E EcoPower 1.6L EcoFuel 2011 Ford Focus Fusion 2.3T EcoEfficiency 2.1T EcoGas 2014 Ford Fiesta EcoBoost E EcoEco 2.8T EcoGross 3.3L EcoGass 3.8KG/H 3.9KG CO2-Emission 2014 Ford Fusion E EcoGasse 1.5L EcoGas 2012 Ford Focus Hybrid 3.6MPG 4.2MPG 3.7MPG 2.7KG Carbon Efficient EcoBoost Hybrid 2018 Ford Fiesta F E EcoFuel 2014 Ford Focus RS EcoBoost Focus Hybrid 2019 Ford Fusion S EcoFuel 2019 Ford Fiesta R E EcoPureBoost E-Power 4.6KG 4.8MPG 2019 Ford GT EcoBoost 7.5MPG 2017 Ford GT E EcoCooler 4.1MPG EcoFuel 2017 Ford Fusion R EcoPureEco 6.2KG 6.6MJ 3.4MPG 2016 Ford Fusion 2 EcoPureFuel E-Fuel 4.0KG 2.9MJ 3MPG 2014 Ford Shelby GT500 E EcoEngine 5.0MPG 5.8MJ 2.2MJ 2015 Ford Shelby Fusion E 2.25MPG E-Cooling 6.4MJ 6.3MJ 2MJ 2014 Ford Lincoln MKZ EcoBoost 5.3MPG 6.0MJ 2MPG 2013 Ford Lincoln S EcoPurePower 6.1MJ 6,0MJ 3MJ 2013 Ford Mustang EcoBoost 6.8 MPG 6.7MJ 2,5MJ 2014 Subaru Impreza E EcoDiesel 5.7 MPG 5.9MPG 2018 Subaru Imprado E EcoSport 6.5 MPG 6,4MJ 2-3MJ 2018 Subaru Outback E-Drive 6.9 MPG 7.2 MJ 3-4MJ 2017 Subaru Impaire E-Suspension 6.15MJ 6-6MJ 4MJ 2017 Ford Focus S E-Sport 5.4 MPG 6-5MJ 2 MPG 2018 Ford Fusion RS E-Matic 4.9-5.7 6.10MJ 6MJ 2018 Ford Shelby XTS E-Mod 6.55MJ 6MPG 8MJ 2018 Toyota Prius Prime E-Emissions E-Engine 6.13MJ 6mPG 9MJ