50-70 MPG Production Cars are available

Current 50-70 MPG Production Cars are available - GM Europe
Vauxhall 50.4mpg US Opel - General Motors Company Fiat 34.4 city 51.40 hwy combined 43.5 mpg US
Renault 37.2 city 57.60 hwy combined 47.90 mpg US Citroen city 51.40 68.90 hwy combined 61.40 mpg
Ford Focus ECOnetic 1.6 TDCi Urban Fuel 50.4 mpg Extra Urban 78.3 mpg Combined 65.6 mpg - Range 765 miles - Available in UK
http://www.opel-europe.com/agila2008 / www.opel.com is operated by General Motors Europe
The new Opel mini-monocab bears balanced proportions, soft curves and a distinctive side graphic. Its passengers still sit high and upright, but the roofline has been dynamically lowered and blends into a smooth arc toward the rear. This helps create the Agila's aerodynamic drag coefficient of 0.32 - a relatively low figure for a vehicle of this size.
http://www.vauxhall.co.uk / Vauxhall Corsa The 1.0 is suitably miserly, giving 50.4 mpg and emitting a low-tax 134g/km of carbon dioxide; the 1.2 and 1.4, thanks to Vauxhall/Opel's new Twinport fuel intake technology, deliver 48.7mpg/139 g/km and 47.9mpg/142g/km respectively. The diesels? 61.4mpg/124 g/km from both the 75bhp and 90bhp 1.3 CDT, and 58.8mpg/130 g/km from the 1.7 CDTi.
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Astra is a model-name which has been used by Vauxhall, the British subsidiary of General Motors (GM), on their small family car ranges since 1979. Astras are technically essentially identical with similar vehicles offered by GM's German subsidiary Opel in most other European countries. For the first two generations, the nameplate was applied to UK spec right-hand drive versions of Opel Kadett (which it was sold as in the Republic of Ireland in right-hand drive), and since 1991, Opel also uses the Astra nameplate, so Vauxhall and Opel Astras are essentially identical vehicles.
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I'm curious if any of these vehicles would pass US emissions testing?
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