Ouch: Our Cars Earn Just 4 MPG More Than They Did 92 Years Ago

Automobile accident, Washington, D.C., 1923Fuel economy is a hot topic among auto shoppers Even with today’s lower pump prices, efficiency remains one of the top criteria for folks in search of new rides. After more than a century of making cars, you’d think that the auto industry might’ve made serious headway on the fuel economy front, but today’s new cars earn an average of just 25.4…
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