By Charles Murray – A Consumer Reports survey conducted this year proves that. The magazine didn’t query its respondents about what they would do if gas prices skyrocketed. It merely asked what they would look for in their next vehicle. The responses showed that they are concerned about the future of gasoline-burning cars.
Thirty-seven percent of the survey respondents told Consumer Reports that fuel economy was their most important consideration — more important than quality, safety, value, performance, styling, or technological innovation. more> http://tinyurl.com/c672o4a
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