November 22, 2011

How Fuel Efficient Cars Can Save Money

Bryan Walsh, Time Magazine


carconnection.com

As I was watching the San Diego Chargers play the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon — wishing somehow that both teams could lose — I saw a commercial for Ford's F-150 truck. No surprise there — car companies know their audience, and big parts of this one like to ride around the suburbs in two-ton hunks of metal. But I was surprised to see that the TV spot focused on the fuel efficiency of the F-150, which gets all of 23 m.p.g. on the highway. . .

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