March 15, 2012

Prices Fuel Demand for Efficient Cars

Dee-Ann Durbin, Detroit Free Press


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Gasoline prices are headed for record highs this spring. If that happens, a new, more fuel-efficient car may be worth the investment.

Gas has jumped 54 cents to an average of $3.81 per gallon this year. By next month, the price could break the all-time record of $4.11 in July 2008.

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