March 5, 2012

Car Buyers Focusing on Fuel Efficiency

Yuval Rosenberg, Fiscal Times


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The specter of rising gas prices didn’t scare off car buyers last month. Instead, consumers looking for more fuel-efficient vehicles drove U.S. auto sales to their best month in four years, rewarding Detroit’s Big Three carmakers for their increased emphasis in recent years on smaller, more fuel-efficient cars. . .

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