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Despite the High Price of Gas, Americans Still Not Sold on Fuel-Efficient Cars

So with gas prices pushing $4 per gallon in many parts of the country, America must be snapping up fuel-efficient cars, right? Not so.


So with gas prices pushing $4 per gallon in many parts of the country, America must be snapping up fuel-efficient cars, right? Not so, according to USA Today:

With regular gasoline now averaging $3.60 a gallon nationally—up from a 2010 average of $2.84—car buyers are thinking more about fuel economy than they were last year. But replacing a large vehicle with a much smaller one is further than many buyers are going.

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