Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Reaches Highest Levels Ever In January [Headlines]
Gas mileage is increasing as cars with higher mpg are sold at higher rates.
Average fuel economy of cars, light trucks, minivans and SUVs purchased in January was 23.0 miles per gallon, which ties the all-time monthly record set in March 2011. It is also up 4 percent (0.8 mpg) from December—the highest monthly increase since UMTRI researchers began tracking fuel economy in late 2007. Psychorg
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