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Study Shows Nearly Nine in 10 Americans Want Better Fuel Economy, But There’s a Problem

A recent study from Consumers Union — the public policy and advocacy division of Consumer Reports — shows continued interest among U.S. residents in seeing automakers improve fuel economy figures, even as gas prices remain fairly low. While this should come as a shock to no one, nearly nine in 10 surveyed consumers agreed automakers should […] The post Study Shows Nearly Nine in 10 Americans Want Better Fuel Economy, But There’s a Problem appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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