Fuel Economy of New Cars Continued to Improve in November

by Jonathan Welsh
Driver’s Seat Blog
The Wall Street Journal
December 14, 2012

The average fuel economy rating of new cars keeps rising, reflecting consumers’ continued swing toward vehicles with higher fuel efficiency.

Research and forecasting company TrueCar.comsaid the fuel economy of vehicles sold in the U.S. in November rose to23.2 miles per gallon compared with 22.3 mpg in November of last year.

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